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Catherine Furze

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Author: William Hale White (Mark Rutherford)
Published: 1893
Language: English
Wordcount: 67,509 / 191 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 81.3
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 600 6041

One of the notable books of the season. There are two leading characters, Catherine and the rector 'Cardew.' They deserve a place as great character studies in classic literature.

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hat hour, but every now and then a maidservant could be seen, and she was better than nothing for the purpose of criticism. A round table stood in the middle of the room with a pink vase on it containing artificial flowers, and on the mantelpiece were two other pink vases and two great shells. Over the mantelpiece was a portrait of His Majesty King George the Fourth in his robes, and exactly opposite was a picture of the Virgin Mary, which was old and valuable. Mr. Furze bought it at a sale with some other things, and did not quite like it. It savoured of Popery, which he could not abide; but the parson one day saw it and told Mrs. Furze it was worth something; whereupon she put it in a new maple frame, and had it hung in a place of honour second to that occupied by King George, and so arranged that he and the Virgin were always looking at one another. On the other side of the room were a likeness of Mr. Eaton in hunting array, with the dogs, and a mezzotint of the Deluge.

Mr. Furze had just awaked on



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