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Ishmael

In the Depths

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Published: 1884
Language: English
Wordcount: 219,310 / 619 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 77.1
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 996
Added to site: 2005.05.07
mnybks.net#: 10276
Origin: gutenberg.org
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ed to entertaining his dependents, but the young gentleman was resolved that they should enjoy themselves. And he had his way.

Nora had no recollection whatever of Herman Brudenell, who had been taken to Europe while she was still a baby; so now, her curiosity being stimulated, she plied Hannah with a score of tiresome questions about him.

"Is he tall, Hannah, dear? Is he very handsome?"

"How can I tell? I have not seen him since he was ten years old."

"But what is his complexion--is he fair or dark? and what is the color of his hair and eyes? Surely, you can tell that at least."

"Yes; his complexion, as well as I can recollect it, was freckled, and his hair sandy, and his eyes green."

"Oh-h! the horrid fright! a man to scare bad children into good behavior! But then that was when he was but ten years old; he is twenty-one to-day; perhaps he is much improved."

"Nora, our sheep have passed through here, and left some of their wool on the bushes. Look at that little bird, it has found a fla

Reader Reviews

Average Rating of 5 from 1 reviews: *****
2011.11.27
Denise
*****

This book swept me away! The author's work is so well written, timeless and classic that I often forgot that I was reading a book written in the 1800's. Ishmael is a wonderful book to be read not only personally, but is also wonderful to read aloud with children.


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