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" She wanted a good excuse for loving him as frankly as before, and now he had given her one. She used to throw it in his teeth in the prettiest way. Whenever she confessed a fault, she was sure to turn slyly round and say, "But what could one expect of... "
Griffith Gaunt: Or, Jealousy - 307. oldal
szerző: Charles Reade - 1866
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Griffith Gaunt: Or, Jealousy

Charles Reade - 1891 - 410 oldal
...Heaven itself into his eyes, she said, " My life is very dear to me now. "Tis a present from thee." She wanted a good excuse for loving him as frankly...But once she told Father Francis, quite seriously, thai she had never been quite the same woman since she lived by Griffith's blood; she was turned jealous...

North American Journal of Homoeopathy, 16. kötet

1868
...kind?" The author of the story of Griffith Gaunt, struck with the same idea, makes Mrs. Gaunt say, " Once she told Father Francis, quite seriously, that...lived by Griffith's blood; she was turned jealous." The French satans were also at the same time busy experimenting. " M. Qayant put the blood of a young...

The Atlantic Monthly, 18. kötet

1866
...throw it in his teeth in the prettiest way. Whenever she confessed a fault, she was sure to turn slyly round and say, " But what could one expect of me ?...blood in my veins." But once she told Father Francis, (|uite seriously, that she liad never been quite the same woman since she lived by Griffith's blood...

The North American Journal of Homeopathy, 16. kötet

1868
...kind?" The author of the story of Griffith Gaunt, struck with the Same idea, makes Mrs. Gaunt say, " Once she told Father Francis, quite seriously, that...lived by Griffith's blood; she was turned jealous." The French savans were also at the same time busy experimenting. " M. Oayant put the blood of a young...

The Atlantic Monthly, 18. kötet

1866
...the prettiest way. Whenever she confessed a fault, she was sure to turn slyly round and say, " !tut what could one expect of me ? I have his blood in my veins." But once she told Father Francis, tjuite seriously, that she had never been quite the same woman since she lived by Griffith's blood...




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