By Thomas Hardy
Retenidos por el mal tiempo en un museo municipal, los miembros del membership de Naturaleza y Arqueología de Wessex deciden entretenerse contando curiosas historias «de hermosas damas, de sus amores y sus odios, de sus alegrías y sus desdichas, de su belleza y su destino». Bodas secretas, hijos ilegítimos, aventuras furtivas, y muchos errores impulsivos que sólo se reconocerán con el paso del tiempo, componen l. a. esencia de estas narraciones.
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