One Fair Daughter: A Story

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Mitchell Kennerley, 1909 - 259 pages
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Page 168 - What from the world have I to gain? Thou shalt abstain— renounce— refrain! Such is the everlasting song That in the ears of all men rings,— That unrelieved, our whole life long, Each hour, in passing, hoarsely sings.
Page 174 - A man along that road is led Which he himself desires to tread...
Page 162 - Isabel rose from the chair in which she had been sitting, and came forward even as he snapped on an incandescent.
Page 66 - There was no answer. She tried the door. It was not locked, and she entered.
Page 31 - His colour was that of the tallow upon which the fortunes of his family had been builded.
Page 211 - They stood there, and her head was on his shoulder, and he buried his face in her night of hair.

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