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A Fourth Form Friendship

Auhtor: Angela Brazil

Language: english
Published: 1913

Genres:

young readers,  fiction and literature
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Review by M. Erb, August 2006


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Fourth Form Friendship':

... with me, she said reproachfully. I was counting upon you to hold my water tin while I painted.. Keith detached his mind from tropical Africa with ...
... listen with an air of don't-care indifference, and do just the same next time. Yet if her aunt could have given her one warm kiss, the battle would have ...
... to reverse her unfavourable opinion. I'm glad we shall be eight in class now, said Mabel. It's a much nicer number than seven. Don't you remember, ...
... your judgment, and that you would not allow yourself to be intimate with anyone who is not thoroughly worthy of your confidence.' You needn't turn ...
... was to bring in and remove the soup and the cheese, Mabel the meat course and the dessert, and Dora the sweets and the coffee. While the others, ...
... in arm. What are you four doing here. asked Freda briskly. Why aren't you playing tennis with the others.. There isn't room, replied Phoebe. ...
... of mind, but perhaps might be cajoled into not reporting the matter at head-quarters. Freda is particularly fond of popcorn, I know, said Myfanwy. We'll ...
... would not tolerate Aldred's conceit. She quickly discovered that if she wished to be popular, it was unwise to claim too much credit for her achievements. ...
... darling and yet-. What are you two crouching over the fire in the dark for. exclaimed Dora Maxwell, bursting suddenly into the room. We are ...
... handing you an exercise-book. remonstrated Aldred. And as for the cupboard scene, you look inside and say, 'Oh.' as casually as if there were nothing ...
... only kissed the sweet, pink cheek that was pressed against hers, and thought how blissful it was to occupy so large a place in Mabel's heart, and to ...
... I want to send one to Cousin Marion-she's gone to live in Germany for a year she'll be so interested, because, you know, it was she who was staying ...
... of Miss Drummond had brought a mandoline and a guitar, and played lively selections, sometimes giving a song with a chorus, in which all could join, ...
... when I can myself see that you are not wasting your time. I have also asked Miss Webb to bring me the register at the end of each morning. I shall ...
... Risk'.. Yes, or 'Live Stock Immediate, suggested Mabel. Then we could have gone in the guard's van, and she would have been perfectly easy ...
... of despair. Do you really feel so poorly. Are you in pain. Perhaps we ought to send for the doctor. I'll go and fetch Mother immediately she's ...
... counted the spots on the muslin blinds and the roses on the chintz bed curtains, and tried to imagine faces in the pattern of the wall paper she recited ...
... North, who is most seriously ill, and is scarcely expected to recover, explained Freda Martin. She sent for a carriage at once, and started off to ...
... while the big bell that rang for classes was clanging lustily. There was a curious smell in the air, very different from the scent of the roses ...
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