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Evan Harrington - Complete

George Meredith

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. . .o an end in hollow exclamations, and put a finish to the undeclared controversy, by a traverse of speech, as if she were taking up the most important subject of their late colloquy. 'But Evan is not in his own hands—he is in the hands of a lovely young woman, I must tell you. He belongs to her, and not to us. You have heard of Rose Jocelyn, the celebrated heiress?'

'Engaged?' Mrs. Wishaw whispered aloud.

The Countess, an adept in the lie implied—practised by her, that she might not subject herself to future punishment (in which she was so devout a believer, that she condemned whole hosts to it)—deeply smiled.

'Really!' said Mrs. Wishaw, and was about to inquire why Evan, with these brilliant expectations, could think of trade and tailoring, when the young man, whose forehead had been growing black, jumped up, and quitted them; thus breaking the harmony of the table; and as the Countess had said enough, she turned the conv. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Top-notch entry into that esteemed category of fiction, Victorian era British comedy, in which manners are king and the euphuists rule with velvet gloves. The titular Evan here is one born to serve in a snipocracy, but who not-so-secretly aspires to the good life, sampled at Beckley Court and in the