Throstlethwaite, by Susan Morley, Volumen1


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Página 69 - That nothing walks with aimless feet ; That not one life shall be destroyed Or cast as rubbish to the void, When God hath made the pile complete.
Página 205 - ... generally believed in, and could consider the question before him with perfect impartiality. He heartily approved of what she proposed to do; and the knowledge that he did so helped her to nerve herself to the task of speaking to Leonard that evening. The explanation must be painful, and the more clearly she saw, in spite of all his efforts to conceal it, how feverishly anxious Leonard himself was, the more she dreaded it. She waited purposely until late in the evening, for she felt that it would...
Página 44 - ... thus calculated and speculated upon was torture to her. As her eyes followed the boat now pushing out from the Throstlethwaite Cove, she felt something almost like passionate hatred of the two whose happiness was thus to grow out of her misery. Did the law that one existence must prey upon [another hold good in the moral as well as in the physical world ? Why should the joy be taken...

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