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The Professor

Auhtor: Charlotte Bronte

Language: english
Published: 1857

Genres:

fiction,  romance
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Review by Chandler, April 2008


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'The Professor':

Creature in the Teacher is the 13th book in the Spooksville series. In the UK it is named Alien Invasion!

Excerpts from the Book 'The Professor':


... something more imaginative and poetical-something more consonant with a highly wrought fancy, with a taste for pathos, with sentiments more tender, ...
... had bequeathed to me much of her features and countenance-her forehead, her eyes, her complexion. No regular beauty pleases egotistical human ...
... a worse man, a harder master, a more brutal brother than you are has seldom existed. Sirrah! sirrah! reiterated Crimsworth and to complete ...
... called you a treacherous villain. Oh, he hardly knows me yet! I'm one of those shy people who don't come out all at once, and he is only just beginning ...
... so impossible to enjoy a leisurely walk over the city, though I perceived the morning was very fine, until I had first presented Mr. Hunsden's letter ...
... as defined in lines of sense. When I rose to go, I held out my hand, on purpose, though I knew it was contrary to the etiquette of foreign habits she ...
... was right and honourable. The iniquity of the instigation proved its antidote, and when he further added:- Each of those three beautiful girls will ...
... at their sports. I sat down in the window-seat, rested my arm on the sill, and leaned out: above me was the clear-obscure of a cloudless night sky-splendid ...
... could have refrained from giving a kind and encouraging, perhaps an ardent reply now and then but as it was, I found pleasure in answering the glance ...
... contracted her brow and her countenance, if I read it correctly, said-I have done my best I seem to merit blame notwithstanding blame me then ...
... names. Just so and is it the custom of the Genevese to give their children English appellatives? Non, Monsieur mais- Speak English, if you please. Mais- English- But ...
... be dropped which would afford me the information I wished to obtain, without my running the risk of exciting silly smiles and gossiping whispers by ...
... penetrate, quick to determine, and quicker to put in practice, she had in a moment tied a holland apron round her waist then she disappeared, and reappeared ...
... normal state, Pelet's worn out frame could not have stood against my sound one. I got him up-stairs, and, in process of time, to bed. During the operation ...
... covert glance all round my room he marked its narrow limits, its scanty furniture: in an instant he had comprehended the state of matters-had absolved ...
... our positions were reversed. The Dutchman (he was not Flamand, but pure Hollandais) was slow, cool, of rather dense intelligence, though sound and ...
... are impulses we can control but there are others which control us, because they attain us with a tiger-leap, and are our masters ere we have seen ...
... humbug. But I did partly. Hunsden laughed-his laugh of unmitigated scorn. I did, Mr. Hunsden. Are you of the number of those to whom such associations ...
... sundry other children of patrician race, the directress was careful of them as of the others, anxious for their progress, as for that of the rest-but ...
... iron, or covered it with caustic. You gave no time and now it is too late-he is dead! He sank fairly down on the senseless carcase I waited patiently a ...