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Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1909 to 1922

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Published: 1922
Language: English
Wordcount: 108,575 / 303 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 88.9
LoC Category: PR
Downloads: 2,595
Added to site: 2008.03.20 20369

A Golden Wedding
A Redeeming Sacrifice
A Soul that Was Not At Home
Abel And His Great Adventure
Akin to Love
Aunt Philippa and the Men
Bessie's Doll
Charlotte's Ladies
Christmas at Red Butte
How We Went to the Wedding
Miss Sally's Letter
My Lady Jane
Robert Turner's Revenge
The Fillmore Elderberries
The Finished Story
The Garden of Spices
The Girl and the Photograph
The Gossip of Valley View
The Letters
The Life-Book of Uncle Jesse
The Little Black Doll
The Man on the Train
The Romance of Jedediah
The Tryst of the White Lady
Uncle Richard's New Year Dinner
White Magic

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oom and dance no more, since she would dance with only one man. Joan looked at Paul. That look meant that she would do as he, and none other, told her. Paul nodded easily--he did not want any fuss just then--and the girl went obediently into the room. As she turned from him, Paul coolly reached out his hand and took the rose from her hair; then, with a triumphant glance around the room, he went out.

The autumn night was very clear and chill, with a faint, moaning wind blowing up from the northwest over the sea that lay shimmering before the door. Out beyond the cove the boats were nodding and curtsying on the swell, and over the shore fields the great red star of the lighthouse flared out against the silvery sky. Paul, with a whistle, sauntered down the sandy lane, thinking of Joan. How mightily he loved her--he, Paul King, who had made a mock of so many women and had never loved before! Ah, and she loved him. She had never said so in words, but eyes and tones had said it--she, Joan Shelley, the pick a



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