The Jew

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Dodd, Mead, 1890 - Jews - 469 pages
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Page 86 - Do not forget that Jesus said that he came not to destroy the law, but to complete it.
Page 73 - For a minute Prosper was silent; then he said: "I have finally decided. My honor is a sacred trust for which I must account to my family. I am ready to follow you to the end of the world; dispose of me as you judge proper." That same day Prosper, faithful to his promise, sold his furniture, and wrote to his friends announcing his intended departure for San Francisco. In the evening he and M. Verduret installed themselves at the hotel of the Grand Archangel. Madame Alexandre gave Prosper...
Page 177 - He threw himself on the bed, and his thoughts kept him awake the greater part of the night. He arose early to seek an interview with Jankiel, whom he did not know personally.
Page 395 - There is no use beating about the bush with a man like you. In two hours they are coming to arrest you.
Page 149 - One day when we were alone he suddenly turned to me and said he wished to ask me a question.

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