Dorian

Author: Nephi Anderson
Published: 1921
Language: English
Wordcount: 50,447 / 146 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 87.1
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 542
Added to site: 2004.07.04
mnybks.net#: 8717
Origin: gutenberg.org
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An interesting story with a big major message and several minor messages. It shows the lives of simple village folk, their hardships and joys, their yearnings and achievements. It leaves the reader better for having read it.

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ou some more, when I get the money, yes I will. Come here and lift me down before you go."

He obeyed. She put a wet arm about his neck and cuddled her dark, damp curls against his russet mop. He lifted her lightly down, and then he slipped a chocolate secretly into her hand.

"Oh girls," exclaimed one of the party, "I know now."

"Know what?" asked Carlia.

"I know who you are going to marry."

"Who?"

"You're going to marry Dorian."

CHAPTER TWO.

The disposition to lie or evade never remained long with Dorian Trent; but that evening as he turned into the lane which led up to the house, he was sorely-tempted. Once or twice only, as nearly as he could remember, had he told an untruth to his mother with results which he would never forget. He must tell her the truth now.

But he would put off the ordeal as long as possible. There could be no harm in that. Everything was quiet about the house,

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