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#164223 12/12/06 12:10 PM
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Can someone tell me the famous English novel (or one of them) in which a woman 'wrongs' a man by marrying him and then quickly decides he isn't really her true love before moving on to a new man on a whim. I'm thinking perhaps it's Thomas Hardy, but I can't think of the book of hand. Ta.

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Btw, I'm thinking the female character's caprice causes the man to subsequently become sinister and bitter after which something ensues to cause her to regret her acitons towards him. I realise, this is probably sounding like many romantic novels.


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