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Page 214 - LOVE divine, how sweet Thou art When shall I find my willing heart All taken up by Thee ? I thirst, I faint, I die to prove The greatness of redeeming love, The love of Christ to me...
Page 16 - So far from being annoyed by this strong language, the elder sister seemed quite pleased. " Do you know, Carry, I like to hear you talk like that," she said with a smile. "You almost persuade me that I am not asking him for too great a sacrifice, after all " " A sacrifice ! On his part !" exclaimed the younger sister, and then she added with decision : " But it shan't be, Gertrude White ! I will go to papa !"
Page 320 - I thought so. I'm sorry. I was at a meeting with the bank's president. I couldn't get to a phone. Afterwards, I was so upset . . . LEILA: What's going on, Marcello? MOFETTI: Plenty, Leila. Plenty. (He walks around the piano, sits on the stool next to LEILA.) I don't know how to tell you.
Page 3 - ... judge, Jack. I am speaking to you as your friend." " Thanks," said Jack, briefly ; his heart was full, poor fellow, and to tell the truth he said even that much reluctantly, but honesty drew it out of him. He felt that his father was his friend, and had not been dealing hardly with him. And then he got up and went to the window, and looked out upon the unsuspicious shrubberies, full of bitter thoughts.
Page 210 - There were a dozen questions he would have liked to ask, but his jealous resentment had not entirely vanished and his pride forbade. It was she who spoke first. " Albert," she said, " you must think this very odd.
Page 318 - You don't know what you're talking about. You don't know what it is to...
Page 9 - ... she could say nothing to him ; she could only look at him...