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In short, Sophia says, "no one was more impenetrable than Ormond, though no one's real character seems more easily discerned." From Sophia's point of view, Ormond's greatest flaw is his wrongheaded attitude toward women.
In the privacy of the room they share in Constantia's house, Sophia warns her friend about Ormond. Constantia agrees to terminate the relationship and to accompany Sophia to England, but in her final interview with Ormond he acts ...
This remark may seem only to explain Constantia 's initial reluctance to encourage Ormond to marry Helena when she has become interested in him herself. Yet, it also may provide grounds for viewing Constantia 's rejecting him as her ...
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American writers: a collection of literary biographiesUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
This supplement, the latest addition to the well-known "American Writers'' series, includes 29 authors. All except Frederick Douglass, the 19th-century orator and writer, are 20th-century poets ... Read full review