The Tempting of Tavernake

Edward Phillips Oppenheim

The Tempting of Tavernake
Legare Street Press
18 July 2023

The Tempting of Tavernake

Edward Phillips Oppenheim

This early 20th-century novel explores the theme of class conflict in England, as seen through the eyes of a young man who rises from poverty to wealth. The narrative is marked by a complex plot, multiple perspectives, and psychological depth, as well as by the author's satirical wit and moral skepticism. The book offers a compelling portrait of a society in transition and the human dramas that unfold within it.

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