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Of Human Bondage
Of Human Bondage
Author: W. Somerset Maugham
The greatest novel of our time. When W. Somerset Maugham was 23, and had taken his medical degrees at St. Thomas' Hospital, he went to Seville determined to earn his living as a writer. His 1st novel "Liza of Lambeth" had been a modest success. His next manuscript was called "The Artistic Temperament of Stephen Carey" and he sent it to Fisher Un...  more »
ISBN: 91264
Pages: 373
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Publisher: Pocket Books, Inc.
Book Type: Paperback
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This was very interesting ... even if the end was slightly predictable. I turned the last page wanting to read more and wishing it would continue on with his life. You had to feel sorry for Philip who had such a rough life and things falling against him as he tries to decide what to do with himself. Although this is an abridged edition, I don't feel like I missed out on anything. I think if it was any longer it would have dragged out.


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