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December 28, 2005

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Frank Allen

For my own part, I am glad to say that during the reading of "Women and Thomas Harrow" my vocabulary improved by almost 100%

J.T. Walker

I read and enjoyed "Women and Thomas Harrow" in my youth, not aware of "modernist" v. "Victorian" world views. Now, in my advanced years, I understand perfectly his thought that "no one could escape from convention too long...". Do I agree with it 100%? I'd have to think long and hard about that but I do know that there is a hell of a lot of truth to that statement.

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