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A Court Of Inquiry

Auhtor: Grace Richmond

Language: english
Published: 1909

Genres:

fiction and literature
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Review by Dr. Bojan Tunguz, May 2009


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Court Of Inquiry':

By the same author: p. ii.

Excerpts from the Book 'A Court Of Inquiry':


... my old country home. As I went in I stumbled over a rug whose corner had been drawn into a bunch by the edge of a trunk which had been pulled too far ...
... only temporarily upset. I was a trifle bowled over myself. She's certainly a stunning girl. But when I try to recall what she and I talked about when ...
... which he had hastily extracted from his pocket. It was merely a brief business communication in type, as I could not help seeing over his shoulder, ...
... and handed it to her with his best boyish bow. The old lady beamed. Quite evidently this was the sort of thing to which she was accustomed. At luncheon ...
... arm as the boy stood on the porch step below him. You do-if she does, replied Lad. Lots of times you'd never notice what I say if she didn't ...
... might get his feet entangled in a cunningly laid . And so it happened to the essor.. The essor. I ejaculated. Not-our essor.. The Skeptic ...
... unsuited to him. Yet he looked at Dahlia as if he cared for her very much, and was only a trifle bewildered by her manner with other men. What dear ...
... reminded him. We had to do it for you. You don't mind our recalling his temporary paralysis of intellect. he questioned Hepatica suddenly. ...
... hearing a wail from either Bud or Dot. And that's not worth while.. Won't you sing now, then, I begged, while they are awake. I really can't go ...
... and the Promoter politely listening-or appearing to listen. This really drew too heavily upon my imagination, and I gave it up. At a late hour we escaped. ...
... with Grandmother's wheel-. She paused. Metaphors are sometimes difficult things to handle. The Philosopher, musing, did not notice that she had ...
... on the subject of my loneliness was past. WISTARIA-AND THE PHILOSOPHER. Friendship needs delicate handling. -Hugh Black. After all this dining ...
... one. You have so many.. Have I. Yes, so I have, and pleasant friends they are, too. But friendship-with only one. Come, Rhexia-you understand ...
... to herself. These were two of her specialties, which the elderly ladies were accustomed to enjoy without mentioning it. Pickles and jellies such ...
... on West Peak. explained Sue. Jack Weatherbee offered to do that. Tim's got boys at all those places to keep up the fires-and put 'em out afterward. ...
... said. He smiled back at her. Three people looked in here this evening and told me you thought you ought.. She answered indignantly: I didn't ...
... boundaries of friendship. Somehow from the lips of such a girl as Nan this sort of thing was the most appealing flattery at the same time it was unquestionably ...
... course I will go, he said, but he did not speak with enthusiasm. And-your word of honour.. Certainly, sir. The hesitation before the promise ...
... a little, grandfather.. Dinner will be served the moment we are off. We've only six minutes to wait. I'm afraid-I'm very much afraid-the old ...
... a common thing for the hospital nurses and doctors to see a patient in military clothes arrive accompanied by four other military figures-the uniforms ...