Author: Wilkie Collins
Title: Man and Wife
Original publication date: 1870
Epigraph: 'May I not write in such a style as this?In such a method too, and yet not missMy end, thy good? Why may it not be done?Dark clouds bring waters, when the bright bring none.'JOHN BUNYAN'S Apology for his Book
Dedication: Affectionately dedicated to Mr and Mrs Frederick Lehmann
First words: On a summer's morning, between thirty and forty years ago, two girls were crying bitterly in the cabin of an East Indian passenger ship bound outwards, from Gravesend to Bombay.
Quotations: 'Can't we interest you in anything but severe muscular exertion, Mr Delamayn?' . . . .
Last words: Lady Lundie looks at the woman who has taken her place at the head of the family; and sees - ANNE SILVESTER!
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