Book: An Imaginative Woman
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TITLE: An Imaginative Woman
AUTHOR: Thomas Hardy
"An Imaginative Woman" was written by Thomas Hardy . While Hardy is known mostly for his novels, he also wrote many short stories. William Marchmill is a gun manufacturer and his wife "an imaginative woman" who becomes enthralled with the poet whose rooms they sublet. Even though she never meets Robert Trewe, the poet, her husband believes that their fourth child, during whose birth Ella died, was fathered by Robert Trewe.
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