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The house at Richmond is finished at last, but Soames takes Bosinney to court for exceeding the budget. The final judgment of their case turns on 'a very fine point' in their correspondence.

The architect does not heed Young Jolyon's warning and continues to pursue Irene - with fatal consequences.

Old Jolyon effects a complete reconciliation with his son and changes his will as a result, further distancing himself from his brother James in the process. The rift will continue through into the next generation.

The old man purchases Robin Hill and spends the remaining days of his life in the company of Irene, now teaching music and 'assisting the Magdelenes of London'. This charming interlude brings Galsworthy's Book 1 of the Saga to a close.

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    " Excellent book.I would read it again if I did not have so many, many other books I want to read. "

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    " This is a wonderfully written book. It is a joy to read a well crafted sentence. The characters really come alive. "

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    " This book and all subsequently sequels has been on my to read list forever. I sometimes feel it is my Everest. It will give me something to do in retirement. "

  • 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 by Flora | 4/3/2011

    " At the intersection of Dickens and Joyce, there's Galsworthy. Why he's so underrated is beyond me. His writing is sublime, his characters complex, their dilemmas intractable. The interlude, "Indian Summer of a Forsyte," is one of the most touching pieces of short fiction I've ever read. "

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