The book includes the novel "Saint's Progress" and the first part of the trilogy "End of the Chapter" — "Maid In Waiting"
In the novel "Saint's Progress", which was written in 1919, condemned the rabid chauvinism, and also suggests the incompatibility of the doctrines of the Christian faith and live life.
"End of the Chapter" — the last work of Galsworthy, adjacent to the monumental the Forsyte Saga and tells the story of their distant relatives — the heirs of an impoverished noble family Cherrell, the adherents of the traditional lifestyle of old England...
"End of the Chapter" consists of three parts: "Maid In Waiting" (1931), "Flowering Wilderness" (1932), "Over the River" (1933).
The basic plot of the novel "Maid In Waiting", the first part of the trilogy is the struggle of the heroine Dinny Cherrell for saving my brother from impending judgment.
Table of Contents:
BOOK I OF “END OF THE CHAPTER”
MAID IN WAITING