Hardy Review 2

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But yet a Woman" remains so
distinctly and gratefully
in the mind, and heart - the
book itself has become so
congenial a presence on the
hither side of our most con-
fidential table, the promise
of another was a really stim-
ulating anticipation. "The Wind
of Destiny" comes with a
simple yet ominous name,
with little danger of miscon-
struction, as when a college
student asked for "Nevertheless
a Woman", or a brilliant