A Tale of a Lonely Parish
The Reverend Augustin Ambrose would gladly have given up taking pupils. He was growing old and his sight was beginning to trouble him; he was very weary of Thucydides, of Homer, of the works of Mr. Todhunter of which the green bindings expressed a hope still unrealised, of conic sections-even of his beloved Horace.
Paperback, Large Print, 608 pages
Published by Tutis Digital Pub
(first published 1886)
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