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Marietta

A Maid of Venice

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Published: 1901
Language: English
Wordcount: 118,066 / 327 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 54.1
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 632
Added to site: 2005.06.22
mnybks.net#: 10502
Origin: gutenberg.org

A love story and one of the best he ha ever produced...Picturesque and exciting. It is all delightful... a genuine romance, a pleasure to read and a pleasure to remember.

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on account of the danger of fire, at a time when two-thirds of the houses were of wood. But meanwhile Zorzi had learned the art, in spite of the law, and he hoped in time to overcome the other obstacles that opposed him.

There was strength of purpose in every line of his keen young face, strength to endure, to forego, to suffer in silence for an end ardently desired. The dark brown hair grew somewhat far back from the pale forehead, the features were youthfully sharp and clearly drawn, and deep neutral shadows gave a look of almost passionate sadness to the black eyes. There was quick perception, imagination, love of art for its own sake in the upper part of the face; its strength lay in the well-built jaw and firm lips, and a little in the graceful and assured poise of the head. Zorzi was not tall, but he was shapely, and moved without effort.

His eyes were sadder than usual just now, as he tended the fire in the silence that was broken only by the low roar of the flames within the brick furnace, and t

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