Two on a Tower: Easyread Super Large 18pt Edition
Early critics of Two on a Tower (1985), Hardy writes, thought that ""the novel was an 'improper' one in its morals, and, secondly, that it was intended to be a satire on the Established Church of this country."" Lady Constantine, whose husband is either absent or dead, meets and becomes enamored with the young astronomer Swithin. Her brief time of happiness ends in tragedy.
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