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ReadHowYouWant.com, Aug 15, 2008 - 296 pages
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Published in 1852, William Makepeace Thackeray's Men's Wives showcases Mr. Walker, who, after pondering over the beauty of a theatre actress, approaches her and makes several attempts to get information about her. Discovering the reality of the heroine, he is then caught up in distressing circumstances. The narrative also reveals the tragic relationship between Mr. and Mrs. Frank Berry.
 

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Contents

THE RAVENSWING
1
DWELLING OF MORGIANA
35
DASHING FIGURE IN THE WORLD
73
MANY FOOLISH ATTEMPTS TO RESCUE HIM
103
RESIGNATION UNDER HIS MISFORTUNES
135
WHICH SEVERAL GREAT LITERARY CHARACTERS MAKE THEIR
156
IN WHICH MR WALKER SHOWS GREAT PRUDENCE AND FORBEARANCE 182 MR AND MRS FRANK BERRY
207
DENNIS HAGGARTYS WIFE
248
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