The Wife Of Sir Isaac Harman Pdf
The Wife of Sir Isaac Harman is a 1914 novel by H. G. Wells. H.G. Wells wrote most of The Wife of Sir Isaac Harman in late 1913 and early 1914; the novel was published in October 1914. Wells claimed that the title character derived from Maud Pember Reeves and Agnes Eleanor Jacobs née Williams.
The Wife Of Sir Isaac Harman Summary
The protagonist of The Wife of Sir Isaac Harman is Lady Harman, née Ellen Sawbridge. The moral, emotional, and intellectual conflicts that this tall, sensitive, graceful woman confronts arise in the context of a loveless marriage with Sir Isaac Harman, a self-made man who has grown rich as the proprietor of International Bread and Cake Stores and Staminal Bread. Sir Isaac meets his future wife when she is only seventeen and still a student in a boardinghouse in Wimbledon; she marries him largely out of pity. But the marriage is not a happy one, despite great wealth and the birth of four children. Sir Isaac is inherently domineering, and in an age of Suffragettes, he encounters a desire for greater freedom in his wife.
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Name Of the Novel: The Wife Of Sir Isaac Harman
Author: H. G. Wells
Country: United Kingdom
Publication date: 1914
Published in English
Book Type: Pdf / ePub
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