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The Breaking of the Storm, Vol. II.

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Published: 1877
Language: English
Wordcount: 85,068 / 243 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 67.1
LoC Category: PT
Downloads: 692
Added to site: 2010.12.15
mnybks.net#: 29908
Origin: gutenberg.org
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ce to protect her from any shadow of suspicion as far as they were concerned. But what prudence, however cunning, what acting, however clever, would protect her from Antonio's gleaming black eyes? It was true, he had returned to his work in the farthest corner of the room, and hammered and chiselled away, apparently quite unconcerned with anything that passed around him. But this very quietness, which was only apparent, alarmed her a thousand times more than if his glittering eyes had been continually upon her. What he did not see he heard. She knew the incredible sharpness of his senses; if he did not look round before, he would do so at the moment which she saw approaching. And that moment had come. Ottomar, thinking himself safe, approached her and whispered a word that she did not understand, so low was it breathed. But what matter? She read it in his eyes, on his lips: "I must speak to you alone--in your studio!"

But how was it to be managed? The moments were passing; there was so much to be seen

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