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A Romance Of Youth

Auhtor: Franois Coppe

Language: english

Genres:

romance,  fiction and literature
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Review by Bob Tobias, August 2006


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Romance Of Youth':

... were on the walls the doors were always open, and the children could always play where they liked, chase each other through the apartments or pillage ...
... Wait a little before you send him to school. He is very quiet, and if Maria did not excite him so-upon my word, she is more of a boy than he-your Amedee ...
... some poor person, a woman in a cap dragging along a crying child, a workman burdened with his tools, a belated invalid, and sometimes in the middle. of ...
... Isidore Gaufre had founded and made successful a large house for Catholic books and pictures, to which he had added an important agency for ...
... was then that Amedee made the acquaintance of one of his comrades-he no longer went to M. Batifol's boarding-school, but was completing his studies ...
... home and avoid the expense of a cab, left with his three marriageable daughters, and Amedee in his turn took his departure. In the ante-chamber, ...
... There they told him that his father had just left, saying that he would dine at Grand Montrouge with an old friend and Amedee, a trifle reassured, decided ...
... never be consoled while life lasts. M. Violette never was consoled. . Chapter Ix.CHAPTER IX. THORNS OF JEALOUSY. Now Amedee had no family. The ...
... could remain the same. All marquises looked alike to Pere Issacar he only exacted that they should all be provided with two black patches, one under ...
... wine which is turning blue in that carafe, and of which I advise you to be suspicious. I say, Lebuffle, my friend here, Monsieur Amedee Violette, will ...
... of an illustrious actor who had become blind and reduced to poverty. This dramatic solemnity, to use the language of the advertisement, began by ...
... That is not forbidden at my age, is it. But this ball disgusts me. You have no appointment here. No. Is it truly no. Very well, take my arm and ...
... That will be a response. If such a man is not elected, universal suffrage is hopeless.. Amedee was not at that time so disenchanted with political ...
... limbs of Mademoiselle Ketty, the majestic fairy, in tights. The journals, which print Jocquelet's name, treat him sympathetically and conspicuously, ...
... his walk. A duty-I have an engagement.. Amedee had the feeling that he had come at an unfortunate time, and discreetly took his departure. ...
... carried them toward Montmartre. The easy-going Maurice, reconciled to his future, sketched out his plan of life. Once married, he would work seriously. ...
... porter with his gold-banded cap, murdering all the European languages, greeting all the newcomers, and getting mixed in his Yes, sir, Ja, wohl, ...
... in the foyer. His recompense consisted in metaphysical conversations and sentimental seances, in which he was not long in discovering that his heart ...
... the city to the hospitals, but the carriages sometimes stopped, only a hundred steps from the position occupied by the National Guards, before a house ...
... hands, while between the dying man's gasps he could hear in the distance, upon the battlefield, the uninterrupted rumbling of the cannon as it mowed ...