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A Child Of The Covenant

Auhtor: Eva Wilder Mcglasson

Language: english

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Review by Michael Gallagher, September 2007


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Child Of The Covenant':

... The other boarders were, for the most part, young men who went to work in the morning just as he was getting well to sleep, and who came back at ...
... presence, with a Quakerish part in her black hair and a flutter of little curls at the brow. She was from Kansas, the landlady said, and was spending ...
... a journalist, that he seemed to work only at night. God knows, said the landlady, and her tone was not pious. She was a large ...
... put up with him for he's a bad lot - he is that. The girl wondered dimly as to the color of his sinning. Then remembering the acrimony of ...
... breakfast at three o'clock of the afternoon. There was distant interest in his eye as it rested on the slight figure in dark blue serge. ...
... her hands at the parlor register she heard voices in the hallway. The elder of the hygienic ladies was in speech with the landlady, and the listless ...
... plans for the benefit of our poorer classes. But I fear his sympathies will do him injury. Last week I sent him means toward aiding a poor young musician ...
... There was an indignant murmur, in which the Kansas girl distinguished terms of protestation. She ought to know! cried the landlady. She ...
... night his neighbor was occasionally awakened by the sound of a fumbling step on the stairs. Following it would be an uncertain metallic resonance, the ...
... He's not lift his bed the two days, and me with me face like beef with toastin' bread fer him that he don't touch when I bring it. She thrust her tray ...
... keen with decision. She intimated that in her own house she was mistress. Oh, well, sniffed the doctor. His voice carried a sense of ...
... And she added: I'll wait. I won't telegraph yet. He'll pull through. No use throwing money away. The Kansas girl felt a burning indignation ...
... attack. But the next morning, while it was yet dark, the landlady sent a message to Georgia. The child of the covenant had died at ...
... brooch at the wrinkled, slender throat would have sufficed, for the portrait painted delicately on the ivory was that of a blue-eyed man, who, but ...
... my selfish love I have warned him against the air of the poor quarters of the city. But his love for his fallen brothers - Her eyes filled. He meant ...
... her sob out, My boy! my baby! Staring through the blinds the next morning the Western girl saw two glittering ovals just below - the ...
... and the shadow of a smile haunted her lips. She had an air of majesty, as of one whose motherhood is glorified by some special consecration of the child. ...
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