Two on a Tower: Easyread Super Large 18pt Edition

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ReadHowYouWant.com, Mar 19, 2009 - Fiction - 556 pages
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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Contents

Chapter I
1
Chapter V
69
Chapter VI
82
Chapter VII
94
Chapter VIII
108
Chapter IX
121
Chapter X
136
Chapter XI
144
Chapter XXIV
300
Chapter XXV
309
Chapter XXVI
324
Chapter XXVII
334
Chapter XXVIII
347
Chapter XXIX
365
Chapter XXX
375
Chapter XXXI
388

Chapter XII
152
Chapter XIII
165
Chapter XIV
177
Chapter XV
192
Chapter XVI
205
Chapter XVII
219
Chapter XVIII
227
Chapter XIX
242
Chapter XX
260
Chapter XXI
267
Chapter XXII
275
Chapter XXIII
289
Chapter XXXII
396
Chapter XXXIII
409
Chapter XXXIV
419
Chapter XXXV
435
Chapter XXXVI
451
Chapter XXXVII
463
Chapter XXXVIII
474
Chapter XXXIX
490
Chapter XL
505
Chapter XLI
516
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