From the same . Accuses her of explaining away her concession . Made
desperate , he seeks occasion to quarrel with her . She exerts a spirit which
overawes him . He is ridiculed by the infamous co - partnership . Calls to Belford
to help a gay ...
Lovelace to Belford . Has an interview with Mr . Hickman . On what occasion . He
endeavours to disconcert him , by assurance and ridicule ; but finds him to
behave with spirit . LXXIX . From the same . Rallies him on his intentional
Who says , that , sleeping and waking , I have not fine helps from some body ,
some spirit rather , as thou ' lt be apt to say ? But no wonder that a Beelzebub has
his devilkins to attend his call . I can have no manner of doubt of succeeding in ...
... meditated escape ; obliged , against her will , to meet me in the dining - room ;
and perhaps apprehensive of being upbraided for her art in feigning herself ill ; I
expected that the dear perverse would begin with me with spirit and indignation .
... more spirit , Let me go , said she : I am but a woman - but a weak woman - - but
my life is in my own power , though my person is not - I will not be thus
constrained . You shall not , madam , quitting her hand , bowing ; but my heart at
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This was just way too drawn out. I read the abridged version, and I still thought 2/3 of it was way too wordy. If building suspense was the plan, they overdid it and took it into "I don't care anymore" instead. But, the middle third of the book was good! Volledige review lezen