John Galsworthy (1867 –1933) was an English novelist. Significant works range from the Forsyte Saga (1906–1921) as well as sequels, A contemporary Comedy and End of the Chapter. He won the Nobel Award in Literature in 1932. In this remove the building of house continues and Soames has some financial problems with it. He had an argument with Bosinney because of funds. Soames begins to remember his courtship and suddenly remembers that he gave a swear to Irene and forgot about this in a few days. The problem raised by author may be the impact of our acts that people committed in past about our present life. The idea of this remove probably is that people ought not to forget about promises they have given. There is a third person liaison in this extract, interlaced with descriptive passages and dialogs of character types. The prevailing mood with this extract is definitely lyrical and sentimental. The exposition with the moment once Soames can be thinking that he'd be retained out of house. In the development of plot Soames has an disagreement with Bosinney, that they can came to general opinion and Soames starts to bear in mind his previous (period of courtship). The climax – Soames remembers about his forgotten claim to Irene. The denouement is he regrets about past. We can see the metaphors in this draw out (for former mate. cold-hearted), customization (" the entire world gave on a farming warmth”, ”to roll their very own bodies in her”, " put all their lips to her breast”. Additionally, there are epithets (golden buds; fairly sweet savour), oxymoron (painful sweetness), exclamations (in the end with the extract). In conclusion, I think it's a beautiful remove that is packed with stylistic equipment, with lyrical description of spring characteristics and emotional memories.