Clark Field ebook
by Robert Herrick
Herrick is here satirizing the wealthy and in doing so comes close to over-idealizing his heroine by making her almost too eager to give her money away; but he's realist enough to make Adelle not want to go back to a life of poverty again, but just to be careful how and where she spends her inheritance.
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This is a truly wonderful book with amazing plot which describes readers the life of a poor girl who inherited a large piece of land. Readers will see the main character go to school, then travel, th.n marry a man who was not worth her and then understand her goal in life. The book is highly recommended for readers who like interesting and qualitative novels. MoreLess Show More Show Less.
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The other day I happened to be in the town where I was born and not far from the commonplace house in the humbler quarter of the town where my parents were living at the time of my birth, half a century and more ago. I am not fond of my native town, although I lived in the place until I was seventeen or eighteen years old.
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