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A Laodicean / Thomas Hardy ; edited with an introduction by Jane Gatewood.

By: Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928.
Contributor(s): Gatewood, Jane | Gatewood, Jane.
Material type: TextTextSeries: World's classics: Publisher: Oxford [England] ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1991Description: xxviii, 477 pages ; 19 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0192827839; 9780192827838.Report number: 91008262Subject(s): Castles -- Conservation and restoration -- Fiction | Architects -- Fiction | Wessex (England) -- Fiction | Architects | Castles -- Conservation and restoration | England -- Wessex | Castles -- Conservation and restoration -- Fiction | Architects -- Fiction | Wessex (England) -- Fiction | English fictionGenre/Form: Fiction. | Love stories. | Love stories.Additional physical formats: Online version:: Laodicean.Online resources: Table of contents | Publisher description Summary: Paula Power has two suitors: Captain De Stancy, an Army officer with the aristocratic background she yearns for, and George Somerset, an architect who represents the 'new nobility of talent and enterprise.' No elegy for a lost past, the story of Paula's dilemma was meant to be a comic investigation of the 'incongruities that were daily shaping themselves in the world under the great modern fluctuations of classes and creeds.' --From publisher's description.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 433-477).

Paula Power has two suitors: Captain De Stancy, an Army officer with the aristocratic background she yearns for, and George Somerset, an architect who represents the 'new nobility of talent and enterprise.' No elegy for a lost past, the story of Paula's dilemma was meant to be a comic investigation of the 'incongruities that were daily shaping themselves in the world under the great modern fluctuations of classes and creeds.' --From publisher's description.