The Life-builders: A Novel

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Harper & Brothers, 1915 - Illinois - 409 pages
 

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Page 251 - Janniss did not propose to walk farther with him. He wanted to be alone. He was in no mood for conversation, and least of all with Janniss. "You've been looking at the water," Janniss said, as they started off together.
Page 371 - I want to be so busy that I have no time to think.
Page 140 - But there was no spring in her step, or light in her eye.
Page 179 - There is no respect in which we are more backward than in our understanding of women.
Page 361 - I love you — a thousand times more than I did when I was ready to be untrue to both you and myself.

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