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A Knight Of The Nineteenth Century

Auhtor: E Roe

Language: english

Genres:

classic
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Review by Dr. Bojan Tunguz, September 2007


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

... that her husband had remembered and complied with her request, she graciously thanked him for giving the young man a little change and diverting ...
... hear I mean that you or any one else in my employ who abuses my trust and breaks the laws shall suffer their full penalty. You are ...
... in her hands, as if to shut out a vision that would blast her, she rocked back and forth in anguish, as she groaned: O Egbert, Egbert! ...
... now seemed to turn people from him as if contagion lurked in it, and he was relieved to find that, as yet, it had to her no disgraceful associations. ...
... new arraignment would occasion, and he felt that he must escape it if possible. Although enraged at Shrumpf's false charge, he was cool enough ...
... your wood-shed and other places like it for the present. I can't understand that. Perhaps not, but there are worse things than ...
... method, and he chose his course not from the bearing of the subject himself, but from certain general theological truths which he believed ...
... him out? Until you came he seemed against me. We will not discuss this matter in general. Take your own experience again. Perhaps ...
... to jumble the true and the false together. You will do me a favor if you will quietly enter the church next Sunday morning and evening, ...
... at St. Paul's would be all that was required. But Mr. Growther needed no argument on this subject, and he had long believed that his only ...
... must be conversion. When he arose from his knees his eyes were full of tears, but a glad radiance shone through them, and grasping the doctor's ...
... course marked out by his mother. He also remembered, with a faint thrill of hope, that whatever recognition he could get at Hillaton as a ...
... was not disposed to be very angry and resentful, for he now had but little confidence in himself. He had been led, however, by his bitter experience ...
... with honor. You are surely winning esteem and confidence. You have kept your faith in God, and maintained your peculiar usefulness to a class ...
... thing to do. There was nothing mercenary or coarse in his delicate analysis and close observation. Far from it. Mr. Beaumont was the ...
... until the faintest sound ceased. She had had her wish. She had seen a man who was good enough and brave enough to face any danger to which he ...
... to be sleeping, and she asked: If Christ is so strong to help and save, why is he not strong to prevent evil? Why is there a cry of agony ...
... man. To the anxious questioning of Mrs. Poland and Amy from time to time, the doctor maintained the fiction, saying that Haldane was watching ...
... the agreeable to the men of their household and circle, not for the sake of a few compliments, but for the purpose of luring them from evil ...
... such a request? I will tell you, and when you know the whole truth you will see how mistaken you are, and how greatly you wrong me. Aunt ...