Moonbeams -- The dream muff -- Rose petals -- In a field -- Incalculable -- A Neapolitan street song -- In Algiers -- Candles -- Igor -- Two had lived -- The fifth symphony -- The mad artist -- Old scores -- The last -- Ashes -- Nancy Turner -- The pawn shop keeper -- Something provincial -- Conflict -- That night his sorrow was lifted.
e of a whole continent.
NOTRE DAME D'AFRIQUE.
THE sun had smiled as it shone on the city by the sea.
IT grew colder.
A TRAIN came into sight on the vast field of snow.
ON that train the man she loved and had married was coming to her.
THAT enchanted period in Algiers--He was returning--perhaps a wreck of his once splendid self--a cripple
IT had shattered homes--brought skeletons--where once children laughed.
BROUGHT famine--once birds had eaten crumbs.
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HIS eyes were aghast--eyes that had seen death--murder--horror--side by side--
THERE was no more laughter. He took Anna into his arms. Then the report was not true. He had not given his right arm.
ANNA, he whispered, My brave Anna
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I HAVE been thinking of Algiers, she murmured. We planned to have sunshine--and roses--even among the snows of our country. But we faced blood--blood on t