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Page 432 - A great life has passed into the tomb and there awaits the requiem of winter's snows.
Page 304 - ... about time to dress. Hart paused on the platform of the car. It seemed longer than eight months ago that he had arrived there with his paper parcel under his arm, and the bag he now carried was very different from the old one ; he was very different from what he was then, life was very different ! How it would all end he did not know, and he did not wish to think about it. One thing he knew, however, and regarded it, strange to say, without much dismay. He was rapidly reaching the end of his...
Page 161 - Courtenay covered his face with his hands, and when he raised his head again his countenance was firm and immovable.
Page 104 - I begin to ache with the weariness of keeping on in the middle of the dusty road, in the full glare of the sun and the choke of the dust.