"Courage": A Story Wherein Every One Comes to the Conclusion that the Courage in Question Proved a Courage Worth Having

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Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1893 - 112 pages

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Page 20 - His slightest gift; no fears Nor any doubts are mine. Dark skies must clear, and when the clouds are past, One golden day redeems a weary year; Patient I listen, sure that sweet at last Will sound His voice of cheer. Then vex me not with chiding. Let me be. I must be glad and grateful to the end.
Page 89 - The sun had gone down in a blaze of gold and crimson...

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