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Dear Brutus

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Author: James M. Barrie
Published: 1917
Language: English
Wordcount: 22,116 / 62 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 82.7
LoC Category: PR
Downloads: 847
mnybks.net#: 903
Genre: Drama
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m the nicest.' 'It is a strange house.' 'Don't close the door; I can't see where the switch is.' 'Over here.'

They have been groping their way forward, blissfully unaware of how they shall be groping there again more terribly before the night is out. Some one finds a switch, and the room is illumined, with the effect that the garden seems to have drawn back a step as if worsted in the first encounter. But it is only waiting.

The apparently inoffensive chamber thus suddenly revealed is, for a bachelor's home, creditably like a charming country house drawing-room and abounds in the little feminine touches that are so often best applied by the hand of man. There is nothing in the room inimical to the ladies, unless it be the cut flowers which are from the garden and possibly in collusion with it. The fireplace may also be a little dubious. It has been hacked out of a thick wall which may have been there when the other walls were not, and is presumably the cavern where Lob, when alone, sits chatting

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