The Red Knight: A Romance

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W. Collins sons & Company, Limited, 1921 - 324 pages
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Page 14 - In the loveseat by the window a statuesque blonde with a face that would have been beautiful if it had been less frozen was trying to fit into the arms of a runty Broadway comic.
Page 4 - She was tall and slight with an oval face, a straight nose, and wonderful eyes.
Page 275 - She turned her face away from him. There was only one way in which she could...
Page 269 - What curiously fortified his fatalism was the fact that he was happy, happier than he had ever been in his life.
Page 248 - Hesitating on the threshold of the palazzo he looked at his watch. It was too dark to see the time, but a neighbouring bell-tower prompted him with a sudden boom of eight.
Page 147 - ... stars that he had been saved from making a fool of himself, for he could scarcely have chosen a moment less fortunate for declaring his nationality.
Page 88 - To begin with, you're a painter, and look like one for the first time in your life. You are going to find a studio on the floor above, and it will be your business to get in touch with the daughter.
Page 84 - It would probably have been better for both of us if I hadn't seen you, if I'd taken no notice of your letter.

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