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A Freeze Out

Auhtor: Francis Scott Fitzgerald

Language: english
Published: 1931

Genres:

fiction,  short stories
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eBook size: 75Kb

Review by Timothy B. Riley, May 2009


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Freeze Out':

... at New Haven was applied to sorting furs the hand that had signed the Junior Prom expense checks had since rocked in a sling for two months with mild ...
... Sonata wrapped face to face with Huggable, Kissable You, Forrest quitted the shop. There was a new book store down the street, and here also he entered, ...
... customer. As Forrest stalked out, passing within the radius of the girl's perfume, he heard her ask: Have you got anything of Louis Arragon's, either ...
... Rikker to you? It'll be hard to get anyone to second him. Who are they? Eleanor asked. Somebody awful? She was eighteen and a d??butante. Her current ...
... of a crook putting on all that dog! He sympathized passionately with his father's refusal to second Rikker for the Kennemore Club. Are they rich? ...
... up confidently and cracked a long drive down the fairway. Must be Mrs. Horrick, said his friend. No other woman can drive like that. At that moment ...
... the liberal Hannan family stood by the Rikkers, and their attitude aroused considerable resentment, and their attempt to launch them with a series of ...
... encountered Alida Rikker, they crossed eyes in the curious way of children who don't know each other. For a while he was haunted by her curly yellow head, ...
... old. The story, floating in her clear, crisp voice upon the intimate air, disarmed Forrest. It had nothing to do with what had taken place in Washington ...
... not going. That's different. I would if I were you. You see, you don't care what her father did. Of course, I care. No, you don't. And all this ...
... on the floor, coolly meeting the surprised and interested glances of his friends, a mood of desperation had come over him. He rushed Alida Rikker, until ...
... told me coming back in the car? Do you actually want to marry Alida Rikker? Not this morning. That's all right then. Now, look: the family are furious. Why? ...
... She sat back in her chair. Her mother came in, stayed only a moment, and threw Forrest a glance of resentment and suspicion as she left. But her passage ...
... were starry and crystalline. The town lay under a cold glory the smell of her furs was incense, her bright cheeks were flames upon a northern altar. An ...
... Hour by hour he saw the past being irreparably spoiled, and save when he was with Alida, he was deeply unhappy. One spring day when the situation had ...
... the storm broke in earnest. Crest Avenue rang with gossip???how Mrs. Rikker had called on Mrs. Winslow, who was not at home. How Forrest had gone ...
... you say good-by to father? Why? I'll see him tomorrow in the office. Forrest, I was thinking, why don't you go to a hotel instead of the University ...
... blood is bad blood. The house seemed unusually quiet. He went upstairs and looked into his wife's room, but she was not there old Mrs. Forrest was slightly ...
... maid. Where's Mrs. Winslow? She's not in for dinner. Everybody's out. The old lady remembered. Oh, yes, they've gone over to get married. Give me ...
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