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Two on a Tower: A Romance (Penguin Classics) [Paperback]

Thomas Hardy , Sally Shuttleworth , Patricia Ingham
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On an early winter afternoon, clear but not cold, when the vegetable world was a weird multitude of skeletons through whose ribs the sun shone freely, a gleaming landau came to a pause on the crest of a hill in Wessex. Read the first page
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