Hardy Review 6

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of promise. The first brief
chapter opens with a dainty
picture of the natural beauty
of Ashurst, which with
Anseremne, are the alterna-
ting localities of the story, and
a striking portrait of Schonberg,
the figure head of the book,
after Life had done its work
upon him, with this brilliant
as it's closing sentence, apropos
of biography - "After all the man
escapes you, hid within that
zone of infinite repulsion which