Joseph in the Snow, and The Clockmaker

Joseph in the Snow, and The Clockmaker
In Three Volumes. Vol. III

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Joseph in the Snow, and The Clockmaker by Berthold Auerbach

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In Three Volumes. Vol. III

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nzl went to Lenz and exhorted him not to contradict his wife, as it was neither good for her, in her present situation, nor for himself.

Lenz led a quiet yet busy life, and when he succeeded in producing a good tone in his instruments, he would say:--

"Just listen, Annele, how pure that note is; it is just like a bell;" and she answered:--

"What care I? it's no affair of mine. I fear, I sadly fear, that you make a mistake about your work; you spend too much time over it; it can never pay you. To succeed, a man must be quick, and sharp, and not fritter away his time."

"Annele, I must understand that best."

"If you do, then, don't talk to me on the subject. I can only speak as I understand the thing to be. If you want to have a milliner's doll to listen to you, go to the doctor's, and borrow one of his daughters; they have pretty red lips, and never speak a word."

The days passed quietly, and Spring, that now burst forth with such gladness on the earth, seemed to bring

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