The Trumpet Major, John Loveday, A Soldier In The War With Buonaparte, And Robert His Brother, First Mate In The Merchant Service; A Tale
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“Thomas Hardy was a man for all seasons. Born near Dorchester to working folks in 1840 he became an architect, artist, historian and through his great novels and poetry one of the world's greatest authors. The Trumpet-Major was written in the 1880's c...”
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