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A Fool And His Money

Auhtor: George Barr Mccutcheon

Language: english

Genres:

classic
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Review by A. Dent, May 2009


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Fool And His Money':

... all kinds of a fool. It was necessary for me to bribe all of your servants, Mr. Smart, she said. You did not offer the rascals money, ...
... Go right ahead, said he. She scrambled the whole alphabet across his neat sheet but he didn't seem to mind. Isn't it jolly, Mr. Smart? If ...
... within the next few days will be satisfactory. Take your time, sir. I appreciate that it requires time to arrange for the- I held up my hand ...
... him to any expense whatsoever. It's only fair to her, I say. And now I'll tell you something else: the Countess, who has stood out stubbornly ...
... I cried earnestly. You had never been in love. You did not know. I have told you that I believed myself to be in love with Maris. Doesn't-doesn't ...
... spending our honeymoon here in Schloss Rothhoefen, Mr. Smart, she said. Her face was very pale. I could see that the dark associations filled ...
... relentless. I am confident that I asked for coffee in a very mild and ingratiating tone, in direct contrast to his command to get out, and was somewhat ...
... I laughed. 'Love thy neighbour as thyself,' I quoted. You are my neighbour, Countess don't forget that. And it so happens that your mother ...
... as this condition forced itself upon me. He was the man he had been the man from the beginning. My heart was like lead for the rest of the day, and, ...
... to have my last sip of honey from her delectable neck. The Countess paid but little attention to us. She sat over in the window and stared out into ...
... help the men from Linz in the enterprise. There were so many of them that they were constantly getting in each other's way and quarrelling over matters ...
... bereft of my baronial possessions but not at all sorry. My romance had been short-lived. It is one thing to write novels about mediaeval castles and ...
... But every one speaks very highly of Lord Amberdale. I'm sure she can't be making a mistake in marrying him. I wish she'd pick out a good, ...
... keep on saying they are completely ravished, sir,-with joy, I take it. Your great sideboard in the dining-room is to go to Mrs. Riley-Werkheimer, ...
... children. All the shabby short-comings in the character of an author, artist or actor are blithely charged to genius, and we are content to let it ...
... keys, sir! But not to-night, not to-night, he pleaded. She will be very angry. She will not like it, mein herr. Ach, Gott! She will drive ...
... trusty men-servants as they descended. I like this! Are they my servants or yours? Oh, I suppose they are yours, Mr. Smart, she said carelessly. ...
... other. If you choose to tell the world what you think of me, all well and good. But please don't tell me. I can't convince the world what ...
... a very joyous season here not so many years ago. Hohendahl is a bosom friend. When he was quite out of hearing, Billy Smith leaned over and ...
... tread. As if I could ever forget it! Oh, how I hate him! He- Don't stop here to tell me about it, I cut in sharply. Make haste! Get up to ...