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Hawtrey's Deputy

Harold Bindloss

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .It gave him a key, he fancied, to the lives the cultured English led, for there was no sign of strain and fret and stress and hurry here. Everything, it seemed, went smoothly with rhythmic regularity, and though it is possible that a good many Englishmen would have regarded Garside Scar as a very second-rate country house, and seen in Major Radcliffe and his wife nothing more than a somewhat prosy old soldier and a withered lady, old-fashioned in her dress and views, this Westerner had what was, perhaps, a clearer vision. He could imagine the Major standing fast at any cost upon some minute point of honour, and it seemed to him that his lady might have stepped down from some old picture with all the graces of an earlier age and the smell of the English lavender upon her garments. Then he remembered that, after all, Englishwomen lived somewhat coarsely in the Georgian days, and that he had met hard-handed men grimed with dust and sweat who could also stand fast by a poi. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Set in the beginning of the 20th Century, a book of its time - fascinating.

This book jumped around a bit, and as a result, was less appealing to me than most of the other Bindloss books I've read.

We begin on the prairies of Manitoba. People are turning over the turf and planting wheat, oats, and so forth. Gregory Hawtrey has come over form England to make good. He's sort

Hawtrey loves Sally. Maybe. He's also planning to marry Agatha. Probably. Wyllard loves nobody, we think, but he's a really good guy. Hawtrey breaks his leg (oh, Hawtrey) and sends Wyllard out to England to fetch Agatha, because really, why not get married after serious accident? But Agatha's not so