A daughter of the Sioux: a tale of the Indian frontier

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The Hobart Company, 1903 - Fiction - 298 pages
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Page 296 - There is no fiercer, more intense, devotion than that the Sioux girl gives the warrior who wins her love. She becomes his abject slave. She will labor, lie, steal, sin, suffer, die, gladly die for him, if only she believes herself loved in turn...
Page 16 - There was something actually radiant, almost dazzling, about her face. Her figure, though petite, was exquisite, and women marked with keen appreciation, if not envy, the style and finish of her varied and various gowns.
Page 297 - It's the strain of the Sioux. We call her conduct criminal : — they call it sublime.
Page 39 - he asked, at length, " and what on earth are you doing out here this time of night?

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