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The Son Of Clemenceau

Auhtor: Alexandre fils Dumas

Language: english

Genres:

classic
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Review by C. F. Hill, February 2006


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'The Son Of Clemenceau':

... there was something markedly novel in his work. His odd training helped him. He came from the Polish University into an unromantic society which, ...
... feathery edging. You must not talk so-at least-here, she said, with her glance in contradiction to her words. I am happy, or contented, strictly ...
... and intending to pay her a visit since she was married honorably, was stricken with a malady. He awaited her at a hotel. Even Von Sendlingen could ...
... C'esarine gloomily. You did not want me to know, madame? questioned the servant in surprise and with a trace of suspicion. Not even ...
... girlish curiosity, she went over to the steel-plated chest and avariciously contemplated it, Not at all, madame. That is where they lock up the ...
... bound to enlighten you and save you, am I not? From the feeling you harbor can spring only an additional shame for C'esarine, and certain, perhaps irreparable ...
... this morning. I wonder how she had the courage to walk along the road in the dawn, when she might have met the ghost of our poor Gratian von ...
... of M. Cantagnac and it was he whom Clemenceau soon after presented to his wife. Let me add, M. Cantagnac, that you must be my guest as long ...
... or knowing man-for civilization has come round the circle to the point where savagery commenced and the wise man rules-to the wizard, power, riches, ...
... Alexander! Ranged at length in a long row, cripples, the blind, the young, the aged, it was a company of mendicants which eccentric painters would ...
... since he was of the age to sympathize, prepared to leave his nook. But it was fated that continual impediments were to be thrown in his path ...
... behold Rebecca on the threshold of the unknown land where they would be united tor infinity. Her creed did not warrant such a hope-his said that in ...
... is necessary, on the eve of a change in our mode of life, so extreme as a home broken up in favor of a stay at a hotel. I am listening to you, ...
... drawing-room where every thing else was consumed, it may be believed that the night was memorable. The Daniels were telegraphed to at Paris, and ...
... in imitation the others were stately and were classical, and the avenues became spacious. All at once, while the student was watching the semi-military ...
... of an old Bavarian line, famous in story. One of his ancestors was eagle-bearer to Caesar after the defeat of Hermann. The continuators had always ...
... the little domicile, supplied with a porter's chair so ample as to be the watcher's bed, and a stove where a fire merrily burned, crackling with billets ...
... which-reproduced in the precious and the mean metals, in clay, in parian, in plaster-made the round of the civilized world? 'The Bather!' That was ...
... revocation of the bad opinion of the rough suitor of his daughter. Still the Jew had not laid aside all his habitual caution and he did not by word ...
... lacerated the horse of the gendarme on his right that it screamed, reared and fell sidewise with a crash into the brook. The man, although encumbered ...