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Maurice Guest

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Author: Henry Handel Richardson (Ethel Florence Lindesay Richardson)
Published: 1908
Language: English
Wordcount: 231,219 / 640 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 59.5
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 680
mnybks.net#: 5902
Origin: gutenberg.org
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roup that was forming round the back entrance to the building; here the lank-haired Belgian violinist would appear, the wonders of whose technique had sent thrills of enthusiasm through his hearers, and whose close proximity would presently affect them in precisely the same way. Others again made off, not for the town, with its prosaic suggestion of work and confinement, but for the freedom of the woods that lay beyond.

Maurice Guest followed them.

It was a blowy day in early spring. Round white masses of cloud moved lightly across a deep blue sky, and the trees, still thin and naked, bent their heads and shook their branches, as if to elude the gambols of a boisterous playfellow. The sun shone vividly, with restored power, and though the clouds sometimes passed over his very face, the shadows only lasted for a moment, and each returning radiance seemed brighter than the one before. In the pure breath of the wind, as it gustily swept the earth, was a promise of things vernal, of the tender beauties of a

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