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A Changed Man And Other Tales

Auhtor: Thomas Hardy

Language: english
Published: 1913

Genres:

fiction,  short stories
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Review by M. Erb, October 2008


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Changed Man And Other Tales':

A dozen minor novels that have been published in the periodical press collected together.

Excerpts from the Book 'A Changed Man And Other Tales':


... you.? I???ve made his acquaintance.? He is not a bad sort of man.??? Laura asked if either Maumbry or some others of the officers did not give the ...
... to speak to you particularly, or I should not have stayed.? How came you to be dining at this time o??? night???? ???Father has been out all day, ...
... such an atmosphere.? They stood by the altar-rail in silence, Christine???s skirt visibly quivering at each beat of her heart. Presently a quick step ...
... he did not know its entire cause.? He had lately foreseen something of this sort as possible. ???It serves me right,??? he thought, as he trotted homeward.? ???It ...
... rose-coloured dream was immediately toned down to a greyish tinge. ???I did not marry till many years after you had left,??? she continued in the ...
... but stirred the fire and sat on. After a long period she heard a creaking of the chamber floor and stairs at the other end of the house, and knew that ...
... to cope with any difficulty.? Such an errand, too the journey will be sad enough at best.? I almost think I ought to have been the one to go to ...
... in my own mind than she did in hers. The revulsion of feeling, as soon as she really comprehended all, was most distressing.? After her grief had in some measure ...
... times he read it over.? Howsomever, the Lord???s will be done, since it must, whether or no.??? The grave was filled up and levelled, no mound being ...
... I thought seems true.? They buried en wi??? a new six-foot hurdle-saul drough???s body, from the sheep-pen up in North Ewelease though they won???t own ...
... widow, for such she seemed to herself to be, and clothed little Johnny in sables likewise.? This assumption of a moral relationship to the deceased, which ...
... whom neither weather, darkness, nor difficulty seems to have any relation or significance, so entirely is his soul wrapped up in his own deep intentions, ...
... the ear. The boy remained in the hut, confronting the trilithon as if he expected yet more actors on the scene, but nobody else appeared.? How long he ...
... I want to see you.? Come alone.? Believe me, I would not ask this if my happiness did not hang upon it???God knows how entirely!? I am too agitated ...
... yes.??˛ ?????°Good morning, Mademoiselle.??˛ ?????°Good morning.??˛ ???They did not meet again till one evening at the theatre (which my mother???s friend ...
... had been suckling, though now it had fallen asleep so had the young mother herself for a few minutes, under the drowsing effects of solitude.? Hearing ...
... three children, was in truth and deed, though unconsciously, the wife of another man.? Sir John had married her several years before, in the face of ...
... missing the boat.? That same afternoon they travelled up the line to Trufal. Charles Stow (as his name was), despite his disdainful indifference to ...
... acquiescence, strolled away immediately, and minutely inspected the surface of the funnel, till some female passengers of Giant???s Town tittered at ...
... house, when she saw passing along the road a personage clad in a greasy black coat and battered tall hat, which, common enough in the slums of a city, ...