B. J. Harrison Reads The Baron of Grogzwig
Baron Grogzwig lives a life full of pleasure, drinking and hunting with his friends. But when he decides ' to marry one of his fellow baron's daughter, his days change drastically. First he has to send his friends away as per his wife's demands. Then his responsibilities start growing bigger with time as his wife gifts him with twelve children. When the thirteenth child is on the way, baron Grogzwig's despair and lack of money become unbearable. He decides to end his life. Will he commit suicide or will someone or something be able to make him rethink his decision? Find out the answers in "The Baron of Grogzwig".
- Dickens, Charles
- Harrison, B. J.
- Saga Egmont
- Publication year
- The Classic Tales with B. J. Harrison