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The Wrong Woman

Auhtor: Charles Stewart

Language: english

Genres:

classic
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Review by A. Dent, July 2005


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'The Wrong Woman':

... of tobacco. The big tongue of his busting plow knocked in the ring of the wheelers' yoke the chain clanked idly against it a little cloud of debris-hair ...
... with the honey unspilt, was oblivious to the half of the world that was behind his back but when he turned about and took up the dish of batter, ...
... ahead without making explanations. He seemed deficient in that sort of guile which would prompt a man to forefend suspicion of his motives, or else ...
... him and do her best with other details. She wished he would pay more strict attention. And so, she finally ended, as Mr. Brown went away just ...
... good thing to keep an eye on Aunt Lucy or the best of them. They 're likely to hand out half of the provisions to the rest of the niggers. You see ...
... looking straight at the middle of the path before him. Then deliberately he turned about, put his arm behind her again, and took her hand in his. ...
... up suddenly at the court-house. What!-right now? We might as well get it while we 're right here, don't you think? I might have to come ...
... stirrup. Janet would now hardly have been surprised to see him throw a somersault, as, indeed, he seemed on the point of doing at times when ...
... All of which took but a short while. A lamb, upon arriving, needs a few moments to take notice that this is the Earth but he has not much more than ...
... it all more industriously, making threats with one end of himself and waving a welcome with the other. But no sound came from the other side of the ...
... behind it with some assurance of power against him, some dependence in forces not her own. For a door-sill is definite, and on it rises a formal spectre ...
... she ceased and looked out into the night. The stars, a vast audience, had all taken their places. She leaned forward and began removing the dishes ...
... Rumor worketh in a thousand ways her wonders to perform. On the day of Janet's runaway, Tuck Reedy, of Thornton, rode in at the southeast gate ...
... Harding did n't quit on his own hook? queried Whallen. He did n't quit at all. He's going back in a few days if he gets through being drunk. ...
... Society so much as thought of leaving her out. In her, indeed, the fine flower of aristocracy was still in bloom, and delicately fragrant. The ...
... so much as a child getting its hands on the keyboard of an organ. Steve, as if suddenly admonished of something, rose to his feet, excused himself, ...
... of being stirred by this operation of cleaning up, stretched himself out more contentedly, moved up a little closer, and took still fuller possession ...
... If they were my sheep, he answered, and I was n't responsible for them, I would n't be so particular. Especially with this one he has ...
... between the rails and watch developments. The lamb, probably because it had gone too long without that first drink which is the making of a lamb, ...
... and then reached her destination at Merrill the folks at Merrill would think she was still at the school, all of which was very fortunate, and ...