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Page 3 - Wood garden. Its atmosphere is exceedingly bright and cheerful: the furniture and pictures, curtains and hangings, all bearing evidence of artistic and tasteful selection. A semi-grand piano, with a harp by its side, occupies one corner: in another a revolving bookcase stands, laden with books, whose covers proclaim them of a somewhat serious nature, while others fill various little dainty shelves let into the wall. An old-fashioned writing-desk stands by the window.
Page 93 - DICK. I opened that letter quite by accident. I hadn'ta suspicion. Then I saw it began
Page 225 - And so, to do you this service, notwithstanding yourself and in spite of yourself, gives me pleasure.
Page 226 - And it's .sweet to me to feel that the money she refused—she, who could spare it so well—/ bring you, /, at the cost of myself. And you dare not refuse.
Page 239 - I knew it was a dream, and tried to wake, and couldn't . . . and she laughed, and came close to me, so close that I felt her breath ; and...