The World's Warrant

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Houghton, Mifflin, 1907 - 293 pages
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Page 73 - She should never have looked at me If she meant I should not love her! There are plenty . . . men, you call such, I suppose . . . she may discover All her soul to, if she pleases, And yet leave much as she found them : But I'm not so, and she knew it When she fixed me, glancing round them.
Page 22 - Tis as easy now for the heart to be true As for grass to be green or skies to be blue,— Tis the natural way of living: Who knows whither the clouds have fled?
Page 297 - Of all the children of Mrs. Wiggin's brain, the most laughable and the most lovable is Rebecca." Life, NY " Rebecca creeps right into one's affections and stays there." Philadelphia Item, "A character that is irresistible in her quaint, humorous originality.
Page 46 - t is a pain that pain to miss ; But of all pains, the greatest pain It is to love, but love in vain. C,ota. A. COWLEY. Tlio sweetest joy, the wildest woe is love ; The taint of earth, the odor of the skies Is in it.
Page 297 - Life, New York. Native wit and the wholesome charm of untrammeled American girlhood brighten every page. Rebecca is a favorite in the hearts of thousands. She has become almost a national character, as she certainly is a national type. " A nicer, jollier girl never danced through the pages of fiction. A brighter, sweeter, sunnier story one could hardly imagine.
Page 183 - Callie stood before her eight-inch mirror, looking through it to the " vision of the world and all the wonders that would be.
Page 279 - I have come two thousand miles to hear what you have to say to me, and I have much to say to you, much on my own account and much on yours ; and it may be that when I have done, you will know what to say to me. I hope so.
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Page 62 - Carlysle' s, and for a moment it seemed as if he was about to retaliate, but the impulse of courage faded into caution ; he took refuge in a generality. " Jourd 's ben erginst ever'thing in Gawd A'mighty's world sence th' creation er man down to th' organization uv this here Development Company,

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