Had Cśsar been such a fool , he How did the dear creature look , had never
passed the Rubicon . Dorcas ? But after he had passed it , had he She was
dressed . She turned retreated re infecta , intimidated her face quite from me ;
and by a ...
... I to a woman of family - having will try to account to you for had a palsy - blow
— and one that . would think a penitent - Thus then it came about - S should
recommend such a " Miss Lardner ( whom you house ( why , my dear , he could
as you were pleased with your K Say , my dear creature - I changed prospects , I
forbore . say — shall I not execrate the And the rather forbore , as the wretch ? -
But words are weak matter is so laid , that Mrs . - what can I say , that will Hodges
... unhappily for herself , at See , my dear , how naturally an ageso tender ,
unacquainted all this follows from the dis as she was with the world , and covery
made by Miss Lardner . with the vile arts of libertines , IKS See how the monster ,
Alas , my dear , Il you not forgive him ? knew you loved him ! He is , as I fear
nothing ( as I know Is you relate , every hour more who has said that devil carand
more an encroacher upon nate or incarnate can fairly do it . He has seemed to ...
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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
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