Title page of the first edition
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Will keeps his fate secret from his friends and his family and lives a life of humiliation and privation. It is only when the woman with whom he is falling in love discovers he is a grocer, and throws him over, that Will realizes that there is no shame in being a grocer.
- Adcock, A. St. John (1905). "Gissing's Last Novel," The Bookman, Vol. XXVIII, No. 167, p. 162.
- Halperin, John (1985). Introduction to Will Warburton. London: Hogarth Press.
- Partridge, Colin (1981). Introduction to Will Warburton. Brighton, Sussex: The Harvester Press.
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