T. Tembarom: Easyread Super Large 24pt Edition
Frances Hodgson Burnett's T. Tembarom (1913) picturesquely describes the life styles of the American and British upper classes. Detailing life-long struggles of a young man who tests his metal against in a struggle with the English gentry in England.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
ain't Ann Hutchinson anyhow asked barom beauty beef tea began Braddle Broome Haughton Burrill Captain Palliser Captain Palliser's chair chance darned daughter dear doll's house Duke of Stone exclaimed eyes face feel fellow felt fool Frances Hodgson Burnett friends girl going grace guess Gwynedd hand happened head hear heard Hereward the Wake humor interest Jem Temple Barholm Jem's Joan's keep kind knew Lady Edith Lady Joan Lady Mallowe Lancashire laughed listen lived London look looker Mallowe's marry Miss Alicia mother never once Palliser's story perhaps person pony reason remarked replied Scotland Yard seemed seen servants Sir Moses Monaldini smile sort spoke stare Stone Hover stood Strangeways suddenly sure talk tell Tembarom answered thee There's things thought told took Tummas turn uncon voice walked woman words York young