The Works of Thomas Hardy in Prose and Verse, with Prefaces and Notes: Life's little ironies : a set of tales, with some colloquial sketches entitled A few crusted characters. An imaginative woman ; The son's veto ; For conscience' sake ; A tragedy of two ambitions ; On the western circuit ; To please his wife ; The fiddler of the reels ; A few crusted characters (Tony Kytes, the arch-deceiver ; The history of the Hardcomes ; The superstitious man's story ; Andrey Satchel and the parson and clerk ; Old Andrey's experience as a musician ; Absent-mindedness in a parish choir ; The Winters and the Palmleys ; Incident in the life of Mr. George Crookhill ; Netty Sargent's copyhold)

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Contents

AN IMAGINATIVE WOMAN
3
THE SONS VETO
35
FOR CONSCIENCE SAKE
55
Copyright

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