Oswald Cray (Hardcover)

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Oswald Cray is so often praised for his strong values and nobility, that it is easy for him to forget that he still has flaws. After a nosy servant, who meddles in others' belongings, finds a letter he deems to be suspicious, he presents false charges against Dr. Davenal, a kind and patient man who previously held a sterling reputation. Unaware that it was all a misunderstanding, Cray places too much trust in his own suspicions and breaks off his engagement with the doctor's daughter. As chaos ensues as broken hearts, criminal activity and ruined reputations continue to feed the drama, escalating an issue that could have been easily avoided. Written by an internationally bestselling author, Mrs. Henry Wood, Oswald Cray: A Novel is rarely found in print. Though lesser known than her other novels, Oswald Cray: A Novel deserves recognition for its elegant prose and amusing tone. Featuring complex characters and impactful themes, this work of Victorian sensation fiction is compelling and intricate, fueled by the relatable flaws of the characters and their misfortunes. Decorated with detail of specific aspects of culture, such as women's fashion, Oswald Cray: A Novel allows modern readers an uncommon perspective on the culture of social norms of Victorian England. Though first published in 1864, Mrs. Henry Wood's Oswald Cray: A Novel remains to feel fresh and relatable, while simultaneously allowing modern readers to be immersed in this 19th century community. This edition of Oswald Cray: A Novel by Mrs. Henry Wood now features an eye-catching new cover design and is printed in a font that is both modern and readable. With these accommodations, this edition of Oswald Cray: A Novel creates an accessible and pleasant reading experience for modern audiences while restoring the original sentiment and drama of Mrs. Henry Wood's work.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781513205977
ISBN-10: 1513205978
Publisher: Mint Editions
Publication Date: August 10th, 2021
Pages: 558
Language: English