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Robert Elsmere - Mrs. Humphrey Ward
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Complete and unabridged, this edition is sure to become the definitive modern text of this epic novel from 1888 by Mrs. Humphrey Ward. This book caused a sensation when it was originally published, challenging established cultural mores regarding the practice of religion. This edition has been carefully crafted from the original with the spelling updated to modern American standards, and the foreign words and phrases faithfully annotated so that an English speaking readers may enjoy the work Complete and unabridged, this edition is sure to become the definitive modern text of this epic novel from 1888 by Mrs. Humphrey Ward. This book caused a sensation when it was originally published, challenging established cultural mores regarding the practice of religion. This edition has been carefully crafted from the original with the spelling updated to modern American standards, and the foreign words and phrases faithfully annotated so that an English speaking readers may enjoy the work fully without knowing Latin, Greek, German, or French. This was one of the most influential books of its time, and holds up well today both as a compelling story and as a study in late Victorian culture-Excerpt-About four o'clock on the afternoon of the day which was to be marked in the annals of Long Whindale as that of Mrs. Thornburgh's 'high tea,' that lady was seated in the vicarage garden, her spectacles on her nose, a large couvre-pied over her knees, and the Whinborough newspaper on her lap. The neighborhood of this last enabled her to make an intermittent pretence of reading; but in reality the energies of her house-wifely mind were taken up with quite other things. The vicar's wife was plunged in a housekeeping experiment of absorbing interest. All her solid preparations for the evening were over, and in her own mind she decided that with them there was no possible fault to be found. The cook, Sarah, had gone about her work in a spirit at once lavish and fastidious, breathed into her by her mistress. No better tongue, no plumper chickens, than those which would grace her board to-night were to be found, so Mrs. Thornburgh was persuaded, in the district. And so with everything else of a substantial kind. On this head the hostess felt no anxieties. Books, Fiction~~Classics, Robert-Elsmere~~Humphry-Ward, 999999999, Robert Elsmere, Mrs. Humphrey Ward, 0984220011, GREGORIVS Publishing LLC, , , , , GREGORIVS Publishing LLC

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Gregorivs Publishing LLC. Paperback. New. Paperback. 634 pages. Dimensions: 21.1in. x 13.9in. x 1.6in.Complete and unabridged, this edition is sure to become the definitive modern text of this epic novel from 1888 by Mrs. Humphrey Ward. This book caused a sensation when it was originally published, challenging established cultural mores regarding the practice of religion. This edition has been carefully crafted from the original with the spelling updated to modern American standards, and the foreign words and phrases faithfully annotated so that an English speaking readers may enjoy the work fully without knowing Latin, Greek, German, or French. This was one of the most influential books of its time, and holds up well today both as a compelling story and as a study in late Victorian culture. ---Excerpt--- About four oclock on the afternoon of the day which was to be marked in the annals of Long Whindale as that of Mrs. Thornburghs high tea, that lady was seated in the vicarage garden, her spectacles on her nose, a large couvre-pied over her knees, and the Whinborough newspaper on her lap. The neighborhood of this last enabled her to make an intermittent pretence of reading; but in reality the energies of her house-wifely mind were taken up with quite other things. The vicars wife was plunged in a housekeeping experiment of absorbing interest. All her solid preparations for the evening were over, and in her own mind she decided that with them there was no possible fault to be found. The cook, Sarah, had gone about her work in a spirit at once lavish and fastidious, breathed into her by her mistress. No better tongue, no plumper chickens, than those which would grace her board to-night were to be found, so Mrs. Thornburgh was persuaded, in the district. And so with everything else of a substantial kind. On this head the hostess felt no anxieties. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Gregorivs Publishing LLC

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[EAN: 9780984220014], Neubuch, [PU: Gregorivs Publishing LLC, United States], Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Complete and unabridged, this edition is sure to become the definitive modern text of this epic novel from 1888 by Mrs. Humphrey Ward. This book caused a sensation when it was originally published, challenging established cultural mores regarding the practice of religion. This edition has been carefully crafted from the original with the spelling updated to modern American standards, and the foreign words and phrases faithfully annotated so that an English speaking readers may enjoy the work fully without knowing Latin, Greek, German, or French. This was one of the most influential books of its time, and holds up well today both as a compelling story and as a study in late Victorian culture. ---Excerpt--- About four o clock on the afternoon of the day which was to be marked in the annals of Long Whindale as that of Mrs. Thornburgh s high tea, that lady was seated in the vicarage garden, her spectacles on her nose, a large couvre-pied over her knees, and the Whinborough newspaper on her lap. The neighborhood of this last enabled her to make an intermittent pretence of reading; but in reality the energies of her house-wifely mind were taken up with quite other things. The vicar s wife was plunged in a housekeeping experiment of absorbing interest. All her solid preparations for the evening were over, and in her own mind she decided that with them there was no possible fault to be found. The cook, Sarah, had gone about her work in a spirit at once lavish and fastidious, breathed into her by her mistress. No better tongue, no plumper chickens, than those which would grace her board to-night were to be found, so Mrs. Thornburgh was persuaded, in the district. And so with everything else of a substantial kind. On this head the hostess felt no anxieties.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780984220014
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0984220011
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2010
Editeur: Gregorivs Publishing LLC
634 Pages
Poids: 0,835 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9780984220014

ISBN - Autres types d'écriture:
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