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Unleavened Bread

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Author: Robert Grant
Published: 1900
Language: English
Wordcount: 123,791 / 348 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 53.4
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 415
Added to site: 2006.10.23 15026

This most ambitious work deals frankly and fearlessly with modern social conditions and with their effect upon the heroine in town, city and metropolitan life, in a vein at once serious and satirical. It is a story of absorbing interest.

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married life. It was just what he had hoped, only better. His imagination in entertaining an angel had not been unduly literal, and it was a constant delight and source of congratulation to him to reflect over his pipe on the lounge after supper that the charming piece of flesh and blood sewing or reading demurely close by was the divinity of his domestic hearth. There she was to smile at him when he came home at night and enable him to forget the cares and dross of the varnish business. Her presence across the table added a new zest to every meal and improved his appetite. In marrying he had expected to cut loose from his bachelor habits, and he asked for nothing better than to spend every evening alone with Selma, varied by an occasional evening at the theatre, and a drive out to the Farleys' now and then for supper. This, with the regular Sunday service at Rev. Henry Glynn's church, rounded out the weeks to his perfect satisfaction. He was conscious of feeling that the situation did not admit of improvemen



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