St. George and St. Michael

Published: 1876
Language: English
Wordcount: 165,848 / 456 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 90.3
LoC Category: PR
Downloads: 947
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rd, 'it has been very wrong in me to meet you after this fashion. I know it now, for see what such things lead to! If you knew it, you have done me wrong.'

'Dearest Dorothy!' exclaimed the youth, taking her hand again, of which this time she seemed hardly aware, 'did you not know from the very vanished first that I loved you with all my heart, and that to tell you so would have been to tell the sun that he shines warm at noon in midsummer? And I did think you had a little--something for me, Dorothy, your old playmate, that you did not give to every other acquaintance. Think of the houses we have built and the caves we have dug together--of our rabbits, and urchins, and pigeons, and peacocks!'

'We are children no longer,' returned Dorothy. 'To behave as if we were would be to keep our eyes shut after we are awake. I like you, Richard, you know; but why this--where is the use of all this--new sort of thing? Come up with me to the house, where master Herbert is now talking to my mother in the large

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Average Rating of 5 from 1 reviews: *****
2008.12.08
PB Marler
*****

I was greatly encouraged by this book. You can see The Hand of Providence at work in a troubled (and historically accurate) setting.

You will be glad you read it.


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