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Trilby"s Fate

Miriam Anna Franklin

Trilby"s Fate

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Published by Pageant-Poseidon Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fiction,
  • Horses

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages123
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11388639M
    ISBN 100818103701
    ISBN 109780818103704
    OCLC/WorldCa4083416

    Little Billee brought her a chair, which she refused; so he sat down on it himself by her side, and talked to her, just as he would have talked to any young lady at home—about the weather, about Verdi's new opera which she had never heardthe impressiveness of Notre Dame, and Victor Hugo's beautiful romance which she had never readthe mysterious charm of Leonardo da Vinci's Lisa Gioconda's smile which she had never seen —by all of which she was no doubt rather tickled and a little embarrassed, perhaps also a little touched. The very name had always been one to conjure with, whether he thought of it as a mere sound on the lips and in the ear, or as a magical written or printed word for the eye. Were any topics mentioned that you'd like to learn more about? He looked at his two friends, and wondered if any one, living or dead, had ever had such a glorious pair of chums as these. People exist as ghosts in the graveyard where they were buried.

    And when one within the immediate circle of our intimates is gifted in this abnormal fashion, we either hate or love him for it, in proportion to the greatness of his gift; according to the way we are built. Trilby had respected Mother Nature's special gift to herself—had never worn a leather boot or shoe, had always taken as much care of her feet as many a fine lady takes of her hands. Most often when writing humorously or attempting to do soas with David the Jew in this book, Baum willingly exploited the ethnic and racial stereotypes that were current in his era. And then—well, I happen to forget what sort of day this particular day turned into at about six of the clock. And yet the film, now in a new print, stands up so well because of its prescience about the postwar period. The Lady on the Grey is a personification of death.

    Questions About Good vs. Please call before going to store. But at least am I scholar enough to enter one little Latin plea on Trilby's behalf—the shortest, best, and most beautiful plea I can think of. This strange medley of garments was surmounted by a small bare head with short, thick, wavy brown hair, and a very healthy young face, which could scarcely be called quite beautiful at first sight, since the eyes were too wide apart, the mouth too large, the chin too massive, the complexion a mass of freckles.


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