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A Duet with An Occasional Chorus

Auhtor: Arthur Conan Doyle

Language: english
Published: 1899

Genres:

romance,  fiction and literature
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Review by Dr. Bojan Tunguz, September 2007


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Duet with An Occasional Chorus':

This is not a mystery -- its more like a romance novel. No mystery plot. Weird but true. It should definitely be recategorized.

Excerpts from the Book 'A Duet with An Occasional Chorus':


... by your love and cannot see them. But then some day the scales will fall from your eyes, and you will perceive the whole hundred thousand at once. ...
... trimmings of life. They are not the essentials. YOU and your love are the essentials. Some one who will love me with all his heart. Some one whom I can ...
... it would be just the same. You see I become for the time part of you, as it were, and you are brave enough for two.'. 'I don't ess to be so ...
... coffin was pursued to the gates of the Abbey by a raging mob who wished to tear out his corpse, of Fox the libertine philosopher, of Palmerston the gallant ...
... man, Rupton Hale, dined at the Raleigh Club with Maude's brother, Jack Selby, who was a young lieutenant in a Hussar regiment. Jack was a horsy, slangy ...
... to the cheese,' said he, when the procession had withdrawn. 'I did my best, Frank. I contradicted you.'. 'Oh, it was a shocking display of temper.'. 'And ...
... will not be far from the station. Those windows among the trees are where Hale lives-my best man, you know. Now it is only one lamp-post.' They quickened ...
... wives speak to their husbands with less courtesy and consideration than to any casual male visitor. They mean no harm, but they get into a slack way. ...
... it was only right.'. 'Were you fondest of dark women or fair.'. 'Oh, I don't know. I was never pernickety in MY tastes. You know those lines I read ...
... settled down to such enjoyment as men go to the ends of the earth to seek, while it awaits them, if they will but atune their souls to sympathy, beside ...
... They could even illuminate all that was around them, by the beauty and brightness of their own love. It went the length of open praise for their abominable ...
... and forty pounds, and a cheque for that sum at your early convenience would oblige us, as we are anxious to bring so unpleasant a business to a conclusion.-Yours ...
... please bring the bond back with you,' said Maude. So it was that Frank, coming down upon the morning of his birthday, perceived a pretty silver cigarette-box ...
... all over my bodice and skirt, with a long comet right across the front. Father upset a cup of milk over me at supper, and said afterwards that it ...
... wrinkle your brow though-that is not allowed.'. 'But it is a great responsibility, Frank.'. 'Yes, we must not lose it.'. 'No, dear, we ...
... leave me. You know I would give any of them up for you. And you have a good influence over me-you have really. You call't think how hard I am ...
... raised them. And yet the work goes cheerfully and uncomplainingly on. Then when every preparation has been made for the dinner-that solemn climax ...
... But it was not to admire it that the cabman had halted. 'I beg your pardin', sir,' said he, in the softly insinuating way of the Cockney, 'but ...
... time. With a curious double current of feeling, she was pleased and disappointed at the same time, but more pleased than disappointed, so she kissed ...
... he 'you could keep all these bulbs, and pot them then. By the way, I'll go round and get the others. Don't bother about the door. I shall leave it ...