"Doc." Gordon

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Authors and newspapers association, 1906 - American fiction - 322 pages
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Contents

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II
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III
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IV
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V
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VI
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VII
137
VIII
154
X
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XI
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XII
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XIII
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XIV
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XV
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XVI
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Page 28 - Talma is not enough of a pleasure to prevent my feeling so dull. I don't know what I should have done if you had not come...
Page 257 - Brandeis says that he is a personal friend of yours," which was true, "and he asked me to say to you that he would like to have you give a proxy...
Page 41 - ... reasonable surmise that the one hemisphere is employed in that function while the other is employed in conversation. When he first learnt to play that piece of music he was obliged to attend to each note as he struck it and to laboriously associate in action the proper tracts in the two hemispheres ; at that time he could not for the life of him have carried on a conversation at the same time ; but afterwards, when he has perfected the necessary mechanism of association by repeated practice,...
Page 321 - I did not think at first that it would be necessary for me to say what I am going to...
Page 316 - He felt the buggy tilting to its fall, he heard a crashing sound and a fierce kicking, and then he knew no more. When he came to himself he was on the lounge in Doctor Gordon's office.
Page 37 - Then he looked about the room in much the same dazed fashion in which he had contemplated the woman.
Page 42 - Gordon, who seized him by the shoulder, and whispered in his ear, " Not a word before Mrs. Ewing about what happened this afternoon.
Page 269 - I am not saying that it was or was not. I am not going to discuss Doctor Gordon's secrets with you.
Page 284 - I was wrong to try to shift it upon you, wrong and cowardly, but she was bone of my bone and flesh of my flesh; it was a double crime for me, murder and suicide.
Page 311 - You don't know, and you don't even know that you don't know.

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