The refined Lady Isabel Carlisle, after leaving her family and enduring nearly a decade of hardships, learns that her son has fallen ill. Despite being nearly blinded as the result of an explosion, she returns home to see her son again.
TEMPTED by a man more charming than sincere. Offered escape from the dull duties on an unromantic marriage. Promised the carefree gayety of Paris and Vienna, instead of the dreary drabness she could not endure. Who could condemn her if she yielded? (Print Ad- New York Sun, ((New York NY)) 18 February 1931)
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Capt. William Levison
The most pathertic figure in life: the man who chooses a career over the woman he loves.
Version of East Lynne