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The Untilled Field

Book Description
1903. Irish novelist, playwright, poet and critic. The Untilled Field is a collection of short stories, which were strongly influenced by Turgenev and Dostoevsky. Contents: In the Clay; Some Parishioners; The Exile; Home Sickness; A Letter to Rome; Julia Cahill's Curse; A Play-house in the Waste; The Wedding Gown; The Clerk's Quest; Alms-Giving; So On He Fares; The Wild Goose; and The Way Back. Se... More
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PublisherNorth Books
BindingHardcover (62 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages460
Publication Date01/2003
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About George Moore (Author) : George Moore is a published author and an editor. Some of the published credits of George Moore include Memoirs of my dead life, Esther Waters (Oxford World's Classics), The Collected Works of George ... more
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