Far From the Madding Crowd
With an essay by Ronald Blythe.
'I cannot allow any man to - to criticise my private conduct!' she exclaimed. 'Nor will I for a minute.'
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This is a love story, and there are five people who fall in love with someone. However, there were only two people who at last became happy, and others couldn’t be happy at all. I felt sorry for them, but anyway, it was good that Gabriel, a quite earnest became happy. Read full review
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Random's Modern Library is reproducing this Hardy standard as a tie-in to a Masterpiece Theater presentation and offering a quality hardcover for a reasonable price. Read full review
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