Book summary: Ormond


When Harry Ormond--an orphan--is involved in a near-fatal shooting, he is sent away to live with his wealthy yet neglectful guardian's kind cousin. Owning neither property nor a fortune, he's determined to succeed. One of Edgeworth's most famous novels, "Ormond" examines issues of moral development as it also looks at Ireland's political future.

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