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A Rose Of A Hundred Leaves

Auhtor: Amelia Edith Barr

Language: english
Published: 1891

Genres:

romance
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Review by Bob Tobias, February 2006


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Rose Of A Hundred Leaves':

... take up at midnight.. As he spoke, Aspatria, who had been sitting with folded hands and half-shut eyes, straightened herself suddenly, and threw up ...
... I am to see you once more.. She might have been his only love, he kissed and embraced and kissed her again so fondly. Oh, wondrous tie of blood ...
... II. FORGIVE ME, CHRIST. The ultimatum reached by Fenwick in the consideration of any subject was, to please himself. In the case of Aspatria Anneys ...
... said Ulfar. And I shall write constantly to you, and you will write to me and when we meet again it will be to part no more. Oh, the poverty of ...
... Ulfar, Sarah, interrupted Elizabeth. You said so to me last night.. Did I. Nevertheless, life does not give us time really to question ourselves, ...
... passion that filled the room as if it had been suddenly charged with electricity. The two men looked steadily at each other, neither of them flinching, ...
... and she greatly feared her eldest brother when he was in what Brune called one of his rages. A long lull was followed by a sharp call. It was Will ...
... made. But neither to her nor yet to Aspatria did he speak of Fenwick's avowed intention to leave his wife after the ceremony. In the first place, he ...
... had laid it in the neatest order for the emergency. On the top of one pile lay a crimson Canton crape shawl. Her mother had worn it constantly during ...
... would say, Aspatria. I know it, I feel it.. If you will not give up your revenge for me, nor yet for father, then I ask you for mother's sake. ...
... Ulfar. You know what these liberal ideas come to,-always socialism.. Do not be foolish, Elizabeth. Socialism never comes from liberality of thought: ...
... there is as much two-facedness in a woman as there is meat in an egg.. Brune, you are thinking wrong. I did not know he was in the country till ...
... but they all carry stout riding-whips. And Brune looked at the lady with a sombre intentness which made further speech unnecessary. She had been ...
... to Ulfar's feelings instead of to his judgment. When Ulfar considers how savagely primitive these dalesmen are in their passions, he will understand ...
... it was to her a very important anniversary, for she received as its gift her freedom and her fortune. There was no hitch or trouble in its transfer from ...
... and, as Will met her precisely as he would have met an entire stranger, Alice's excuse was doubtless a valid one. There were abundant exclamations and ...
... Is your brother a better wrestler than you.. My song. he is that. Will has his match, though. We had a ploughman once,-Aspatria remembers him,-Robert ...
... Sarah. I was just feeling as if it were twenty years.. Sarah looked critically at the woman who was going to cast her last die for love. She was so ...
... and then it was that she sat down and filled the room with tinkling notes, that made every one remember the mountains, and the merry racing of ...
... to a vicious duel and public disgrace while her brother futilely loves a pious Jewish girl. Then the setting shifts to England and the novel becomes ...