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 - 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
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - startingover - LibraryThing
It has to be said that this is not one of Hardy's best novels. But it's not awful, either, and is definitely worth reading if you have an interest in Hardy's work. First published in 1876, it appeared ... Read full review
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