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Love and Mr. Lewisham

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Author: H.G. Wells
Published: 1900
Language: English
Wordcount: 66,010 / 202 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 85.8
LoC Category: PR
Downloads: 2,166
Added to site: 2004.07.01 8331

med to find nothing there. She glanced away from him among the trees, and passed, and nothing remained in front of him but an empty avenue, a sunlit, green-shot void.

The incident was over.

From far away the soughing of the breeze swept towards him, and in a moment all the twigs about him were quivering and rustling and the boughs creaking with a gust of wind. It seemed to urge him away from her. The faded dead leaves that had once been green and young sprang up, raced one another, leapt, danced and pirouetted, and then something large struck him on the neck, stayed for a startling moment, and drove past him up the avenue.

Something vividly white! A sheet of paper--the sheet upon which she had been writing!

For what seemed a long time he did not grasp the situation. He glanced over his shoulder and understood suddenly. His awkwardness vanished. Horace in hand, he gave chase, and in ten paces had secured the fugitive document. He turned towards her, flushed with triumph, the quarry in his hand. He

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Average Rating of 3 from 1 reviews: ***
Leah A. Zeldes

A well-written but rather sad Bildungsroman in which a poor but ambitious science student learns there's more to life than study, but that it comes at a high cost.



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