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The Children's Pilgrimage

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Author: L.T. Meade (Elizabeth Thomasina Meade Smith)
Published: 1893
Language: English
Wordcount: 83,569 / 233 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 85.4
LoC Categories: BL, PZ
Downloads: 797
mnybks.net#: 4842
Origin: gutenberg.org
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r I did not know her nature. My news seemed to change her all over.

"From being so sweet and gentle, she seemed to have the very devil woke up in her. First soft, and trembling and crying, she went down on her knees and begged me to give yer father up; but I liked him, and I felt angered with her for taking on what I called foolish, and I wouldn't yield; and I told her she was real silly, and I was ashamed of her. They were the bitterest words I ever flung at her, and they seemed to freeze up her whole heart. She got up off her knees and walked away with her pretty head in the air, and wouldn't speak to me for the evening; and the next day she come to me quick and haughty like, and said that if I gave her a stepfather she would not live with me; she would go to her Aunt Fanny, and her Aunt Fanny would take her to Paris, and there she would see life. Fanny was my youngest sister, and she was married to a traveler for one of the big shops, and often went about with her husband and had a gay time. She had

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