e-books in John Galsworthy category
by John Galsworthy - Scribner , 1928
It's 1922 and Fleur Forsyte is now married to Michael Mont. Fleur throws herself into the roaring 20s, taking life as it comes. But the marriage is haunted by the ghost of a past love affair, and those closest to Fleur sense her unhappiness.
by John Galsworthy - Scribner , 1921
We are now in 1920, about twenty years since Irene married Young Jolyon and gave birth to John and since Soames married Annette. Two sides of the family have not met since those times and John and Fleur do not even know of each other's existence.
by John Galsworthy - William Heinemann , 1920
The marital discord of both Soames and his sister Winifred is the subject of the second novel. They take steps to divorce their spouses, Irene, and Montague Dartie respectively. However, Soames is not willing to go through a divorce himself.
by John Galsworthy - eBooks@Adelaide , 2012
Jon has returned to England. His return brings an end to the peace of mind of Fleur and Michael. Jon may have moved on and fallen in love again with Ann, but Fleur has never loved everyone but Jon. A worthy ending to the second Forsyte trilogy.
by John Galsworthy - eBooks@Adelaide , 2010
Fleur and Michael Mont entertain the glittering society characters of the day in their new, elegant, and fashionable house. As always, Fleur's father -- Soames Forsyte -- is constantly by the side of his daughter, spoiling and watching over her.
by John Galsworthy - Charles Scribner's Sons , 1922
A series of three novels and two interludes that chronicle the vicissitudes of the leading members of an upper-middle-class British family. Galsworthy's examines not only their fortunes but also the wider developments within society.
by John Galsworthy - eBooks@Adelaide , 2004
Dinny Cherrell has been proposed to numerous times, but no one has ever come close to touching her independent spirit. That is, until she encounters Wilfred Desert. The spark of attraction develops into a deep, all-consuming love.