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The Adventures of Elizabeth in Rügen

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Author: Elizabeth von Arnim (Mary Annette Beauchamp)
Published: 1904
Language: English
Wordcount: 77,689 / 217 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 83.3
LoC Category: PR
Downloads: 822
Added to site: 2010.09.20
mnybks.net#: 29044
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e permit that I speak a few words?'

'Speak them, August.'

'It is very windy.'

'Not very.'

'It is far to go on water.'

'Not very.'

'Never yet have I been on the sea.'

'Well, you are going on it now.'

With an expression made up of two parts fright and one resignation he put on his hat again and relapsed into a silence that was grim. I took Gertrud with me to give me a countenance and walked across to the inn, a new red-brick house standing out boldly on a bit of rising ground, end ways on to the sea. The door was open and we went in, knocking with my sunshade on the floor. We stirred up no life of any sort. Not even a dog barked at us. The passage was wide and clean with doors on each side of it and an open door at either end--the one we had come in by followed by the afternoon sun, and the other framing a picture of sky with the sea at the bottom, the jetty, the smack with folded sails, and the coast of Rügen. Seeing a door with Gaststube pa

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