The Man of Property


Author: John Galsworthy

The vicissitudes of the leading members of the newly propertied Forsyte family are followed in this captivating series set at the turn of the century. London of the 1880s: The Forsyte family is gathered—gloves, waistcoats, feathers, and frocks—to celebrate the engagement of young June Forstye to an architect, Philip Bosinney. The family is intrigued but wary of this strang….Read More

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