The Chalk Line

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John Lane Company, 1915 - Man-woman relationships - 278 pages
 

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Page 195 - But — there has never been any doubt in my mind as to what I felt for you, John.
Page 161 - ... and now I don't know what to do. I don't know what I am — I don't know anything. '
Page 22 - He wheeled round in his chair, and the eyes of the two men met; in a long, steady gaze. "So it was you, back there in Vienna...
Page 51 - ... she was more beautiful as a woman than she had been as a girl. "For that matter," he added, thinking of Nash, "I don't see that any- rights were being considered.
Page 253 - She had to struggle not to clap her hands over her ears and scream, to shut it out.
Page 209 - I'll have her if I have to go through hell to get her...

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