Sir George Tressady Vol.-II

Sir George Tressady Vol.-II

Mrs. Humphry Ward

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Double9 Books LLP
Año de edición:
2024
Materia
Filosofía social y política
ISBN:
9789360469924
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' Sir George Tressady Vol. II' by Mrs. Humphry Ward is a unique that delves into the difficult social and political landscape of overdue nineteenth-century England. Mary Augusta Ward, writing beneath the pseudonym Mrs. Humphry Ward, become a prolific British creator known for her insightful portrayals of cutting-edge society. The narrative revolves across the imperative character, Sir George Tressady, a younger and ambitious baby-kisser navigating the complexities of both his non-public and public lifestyles. The novel explores issues of affection, duty, and the moral dilemmas confronted by people inside the pursuit of political achievement and societal expectancies. As Tressady rises thru the political ranks, the tale unfolds with an eager eye at the societal norms and demanding situations of the time. Ward’s writing captures the essence of the late Victorian generation, depicting the clash among traditional values and the changing dynamics of a society in flux. 'Sir George Tressady Vol. II' is characterized with the aid of Ward’s insightful characterizations, shiny descriptions, and a nuanced exploration of the tensions among non-public goals and public responsibilities. The novel stands as a big painting within the realm of Victorian literature, imparting readers a compelling glimpse into the ethical and political dilemmas confronted by individuals striving for success in a swiftly evolving international.

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