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|11 Personally, I can't see why it would be any less romantic to find a husband in a |
nice four-color catalogue than in the ... 17 You know I won't turn over a new leaf I
am -so obstinate, but then I am no less obstinate in being your affectionate ...
|You know I won't turn over a new leaf I am so obstinate, but then I am no less |
obstinate in being your affectionate husband. William Hogarth * Our only security
is our ability to change. John Lilly * The chief beauty about time is that you cannot
|It's humiliating if you fail and commonplace if you succeed. - Hampton, |
Christopher You know I won't turn over a new leaf I am so obstinate, but then I am
no less obstinate in being your affectionate Husband. - Hogarth, William Those
men are ...
|He was the man who stole the wallet and put it in my trunk to incriminate me.“ \ |
CHAPTER XV. JAKE AMSDEN TURNS oven A NEw LEAF. ... No, squire,"
answered Jake. " What then ?" "Ithou ht you might like a guide, considerin this is
your first visit to ... It isn't all over. That false accusation of yours has bli hted my
life. It has driven me from actory to factory, and finally ... ''I am offered employment
,"answered Jake, " but my health won't allow me to do hard work, so I gave my
chance to ...
|And, then, the pegtop sleeves were worth looking at ; they puffed out so |
handsomely, and gave such an elegant sweep ... The young man blushed
slightly, as he hastily replied — " Of course not ; but you see she was telling me
the other day that, ... I'm not so bad as the old gentleman, at any rate, for the
woman declares the list of his liuen to be two shirts and a half, ... that he himself
ought to 'come in' for some terrible number of thousands of pounds ; only his
grandmother, the obstinate ...
|A conspicuous, and it is hoped not unpleasant, feature of the book is its abundant illustrative quotations from eminent poets.|
|A tale of a happy household of 19th century English country life until the arrival of a mysterious stranger.|
|The story concerns a young married woman, Constance (Lady Chatterley), whose upper-class husband, Clifford Chatterley, described as a handsome, well-built man, has been paralysed from the waist down due to a war injury.|
|Unique in its attention to the thoughts and feelings of a female protagonist, Jane Eyre was ahead of its time as a proto-feminist text.|