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The Whirlpool by George Gissing

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The Whirlpool
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Publisher: Lawrence and Bullen
ISBN/ASIN: B017PB8JKY
Number of pages: 453

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A grim, pessimistic and thoughtful examination of materialistic, fast-paced urban life and of the difficulties of what today is frequently described as companionate marriage. Of all Gissing's novels, this book is probably the most modernistic in tone.

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