Ladies Whose Bright Eyes

A Romance

Author: Ford Madox Ford
Published: 1911
Language: English
Wordcount: 109,322 / 293 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 63.9
LoC Category: PR
Downloads: 2,436
Added to site: 2008.09.25
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t of militant assertion of his rights and rectitude. He had been nearly married several times, and he had had one or two affairs of the heart that he did not particularly care to think about, and in one case he had burned his fingers rather severely. His rival in the affections of an erratic married lady having persuaded her to give up to him Mr. Sorrell's letters, which the rival afterwards, to save his own skin, handed over to a remarkably injured husband, it was only by the most extraordinary exertions that Mr. Sorrell had kept out of the Divorce Courts, and this had proved to him such a warning that, as he stood there reflecting, nothing in the world would have persuaded him, except on shipboard, to have had anything whatever to do with Mrs. Lee-Egerton. It was not that anybody knew anything against her: it was that there was always enveloping her such a perpetual and cloudy feeling of insecurity. Her husband was the sort of man who was always shooting in the Rockies. He was, indeed, shooting in the Rocki

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Average Rating of 4 from 1 reviews: ****
2008.09.29
Matthew
****.

An interesting switch from Twain's "Connecticut Yankee" -- this guy has no luck with technology, but does do pretty well with the people.


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