Known as one of the foremost literary realists of his era, British author Archibald Marshall was a master of drawing subtle distinctions and comparisons between the haves and the have-nots in his home country. In The Hall and the Grange, Marshall homes in on the lives of a family ensconced in comfort and luxury on their country estate and the social unrest that is beginning to boil over all around them.
|Publisher:||The Floating Press|
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