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Where we are not at ease , we cannot be happy ; and therefore it is not surprising
that Edward Waverley supposed that he disliked and was unfitted for society ,
merely because he had not yet acquired the habit of living in it with ease and ...
But the letter of his commanding officer contained a friendly recommendation to
him not to spend his time exclusively with persons who , estimable as they might
be in a general sense , could not be supposed well affected to a government ...
The clergyman who had married the young couple was so much pleased with the
supposed student of divinity , that he came next day from Penrith on purpose to
pay him a visit . This might have been a puzzling chapter had he entered into ...
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Review: WaverleyReseña de usuario - Lauren - Goodreads
It was better than his Tales from my Landlord series, but I guess there's still a little too much random Scottish battles in this one for me, though this was much easier to read than some of his others. Leer reseña completa
Review: WaverleyReseña de usuario - L'Orpailleuse - Goodreads
I read that one in a rush. Couldn't put it down! Leer reseña completa