A newly rich man, he hosts dinner parties in which he invites people in society. He is forty years old with wavy hair and a stocky build. He becomes a member of parliament by buying the seat in a corrupt borough
Our Mutual Friend
Our Mutual Friend, Dickens' last novel, addresses the issues of money, social class, and human values. John Harmon, heir to his father's fortune made as a dust collector, pretends to be dead in order to find out what people thought about him. He...
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