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The Imaginary Marriage

The Imaginary Marriage
  • Publisher: Mars Yau
  • Genre: Books
  • Released: 4 Jan, 2010
  • Size: 997.6 KB
  • Price: $7.99
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Novel first published in 1922. From the author of The Brute!, The Gipsy Actress, and Shamed by her Husband!

[Sample Read]
"Don't talk to me, miss," said her ladyship. "I don't want to hear any nonsense from you!"

The pretty, frightened girl who shared the drawing-room at this moment with Lady Linden of Cornbridge Manor House had not dared to open her lips. But that was her ladyship's way, and "Don't talk to me!" was a stock expression of hers. Few people were permitted to talk in her ladyship's presence. In Cornbridge they spoke of her with bated breath as a "rare masterful woman," and they had good cause.

Masterful and domineering was Lady Linden of Cornbridge, yet she was kind-hearted, though she tried to disguise the fact.

In Cornbridge she reigned supreme, men and women trembled at her approach. She penetrated the homes of the cottagers, she tasted of their foods, she rated them on uncleanliness, drunkenness, and thriftlessness; she lectured them on cooking.

On many a Saturday night she raided, single-handed, the Plough Inn and drove forth the sheepish revellers, personally conducting them to their homes and wives.



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