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Daisy in the Field

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Author: Susan Warner (Elizabeth Wetherell)
Language: English
Wordcount: 114,960 / 318 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 92.8
LoC Category: BL
Series: Melbourne House
Downloads: 1,447
Added to site: 2006.06.27
mnybks.net#: 13668
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one before I thought of mamma and papa. It was all done - it is done; and I cannot undo it now, even for them."

"My dear, you would not marry without your parents' consent?"

"No, Miss Cardigan. They may forbid that."

"What then? What harm would be done by your letting them know at once how the case stands. They would care for your happiness, Daisy."

Not with a Northerner, a farmer's son, and an officer in the Northern army. I knew how it would be; but I could not tell Miss Cardigan.

"What is it you cannot undo, little Daisy?" she said softly, I suppose seeing me look troubled. And she stretched out a kind hand and took hold of mine. It was very hard to bear. All this was a sort of dragging things into light and putting things in black and white; more tangible and more hard to deal with for ever after.

"What is it you cannot undo? Since you confess, that if they desired, you would undo the whole."

"Not my faith, nor my affection," - I said, slowly. "Som

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