It was not now any longer that she wanted to stay near Mrs. Lehntman. There was no one now that made anything important, but Anna was certain that she did not want to take a place where she would be under some new people. No one could ever be for Anna as had been her cherished Miss Mathilda. No one could ever again so freely let her do it all.
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Review: Three LivesUser Review - James - Goodreads
The prose itself is wonderfully, beautifully written. However, the book shows its age in the overtly racist and nationalist sentiments that are found within it. Still worth reading for the beauty of the language. Read full review
Review: Three LivesUser Review - Charlotte - Goodreads
To me, this book was unreadable. Once I realized that the characters had been speaking in the same circles for 20 pages, I recognized that I needed to find a different book to read. Read full review