Publisher Description

The evening was already beginning to close, and Clarence was yet wandering in the park, and retracing, with his heart's eye, each knoll and tree and tuft once so familiar to his wanderings. At the time we shall again bring him personally before the reader, he was leaning against an iron fence that, running along the left wing of the house, separated the pleasure-grounds from the park, and gazing with folded arms and wistful eyes upon the scene on which the dusk of twilight was gradually gathering. The house was built originally in the reign of Charles II. ; it had since received alteration and additions, and now presented to the eye a vast pile of Grecian or rather Italian architecture, heterogeneously blended with the massive window, the stiff coping, and the heavy roof which the age immediately following the Revolution introduced.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
1873
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
86
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SIZE
71.2
KB

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