Tess of the Storm Country

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The Floating Press, Oct 1, 2012 - Fiction - 386 pages
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The gripping novel Tess of the Storm Country was a very popular bestseller that inspired no fewer than four film versions. The story centers on Tess Skinner, a beautiful but impoverished young woman from the wrong side of the tracks. The book offers a gritty look at poverty and social mores in turn-of-the-twentieth-century America, but this note of realism is nicely balanced out by the against-all-odds romance that blossoms between Tess and the man of her dreams.
 

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Contents

Chapter I
6
Chapter II
13
Chapter III
18
Chapter IV
27
Chapter V
34
Chapter VI
39
Chapter VII
47
Chapter VIII
56
Chapter XXIII
189
Chapter XXIV
200
Chapter XXV
207
Chapter XXVI
220
Chapter XXVII
229
Chapter XXVIII
237
Chapter XXIX
246
Chapter XXX
263

Chapter IX
65
Chapter X
76
Chapter XI
86
Chapter XII
94
Chapter XIII
101
Chapter XIV
108
Chapter XV
118
Chapter XVI
130
Chapter XVII
141
Chapter XVIII
152
Chapter XIX
156
Chapter XX
163
Chapter XXI
170
Chapter XXII
176
Chapter XXXI
271
Chapter XXXII
281
Chapter XXXIII
289
Chapter XXXIV
298
Chapter XXXV
306
Chapter XXXVI
313
Chapter XXXVII
322
Chapter XXXVIII
334
Chapter XXXIX
344
Chapter XL
352
Chapter XLI
359
Chapter XLII
369
Chapter XLIII
379
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