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Wife’s Right to Expect Happiness – April 1903

There is talk of a new volume of the letters of Jane Welsh Carlyle, which I should very much like to read; for these letters are said to be certain which were suppressed by Froude (James Anthony Froude, Carlyle’s biographer)  … Continue reading

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