The Hand Of Ethelberta
Perhaps not. And when a man checks all a woman's finer sentiments towards him by marrying her, it is only natural that it should find a vent somewhere. However, she probably does not know of my downfall since father's death. I hardly think she would have cared to do it had she known that.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - nordie - LibraryThing
Read as part of the Hardy group. I'm going to have to call this book quits without finishing. Got most of the way through, got distracted by about 8 other books, and have had difficulty getting back ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - gypsysmom - LibraryThing
I quite enjoyed this fifth book written by Thomas Hardy. Although, If his name had not been on the title page I'm not sure I would have figured it was his. It seemed, at times, too whimsical for Hardy ... Read full review
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