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Harmer John; An Unworldly Story

by Hugh Walpole

It is a delightful novel that tells the story of John Harmer, a young man who lives a sheltered and unworldly life. This charming book was written by the popular British novelist Hugh Walpole and it was first published in 1929. The story of Harmer John takes place in the English countryside and it follows John as he sets out on a journey of self-discovery. Along the way, John encounters a variety of interesting characters and he learns about the world and himself. This novel is full of humor, insight, and wisdom, and it is a testament to Walpole's skill as a storyteller. Hugh Walpole was a popular and prolific writer who was known for his charming and imaginative novels. He was a master of character development and he had a talent for creating memorable and endearing characters. Harmer John is one of his most beloved works, and it remains a popular and well-regarded novel to this day. In addition to being a charming and entertaining novel, "Harmer John; An Unworldly Story" is also notable for its themes of self-discovery and growth. Through John's journey, Walpole explores the importance of embracing the world and learning from experience. This book is a celebration of the joys and challenges of life, and it is a testament to the power of the human spirit. Overall, "Harmer John; An Unworldly Story" by Hugh Walpole is a delightful and timeless novel that is sure to charm and entertain readers of all ages. Whether you are a fan of classic literature or simply looking for a good book to read, this charming novel is sure to captivate and inspire you.

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Sir Hugh Seymour Walpole was an English novelist. He was the son of an Anglican clergyman, intended for a career in the church but drawn instead to writing. Among those who encouraged him were the aut...

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