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A Professional Person

Auhtor: A Goodrich Freer

Language: english

Genres:

classic
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Review by Daniel G. Lebryk, November 2009


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Professional Person':

... entirely refusing to quit his hold in spite of Adelaide's commands. She feared for the safety of the dog rather than of the man, remembering Maitland's ...
... the village lawyer on the way, she begged that the dog-cart might be sent for him and that she herself might accompany her father. The hills ...
... through the village. A Professional Person V Adelaide Crediton had never been her father's companion in the degree to which many girls ...
... one day, the last day in October- Jessie became breathless-flushed, and put her hand to her side. Adelaide led her to the seat beneath ...
... he might have done so, for he knew the cause of his restlessness well enough, and could remember the very hour when the faculty which had marred ...
... she has a sick headache to-day, replied Mrs. Dyer, laughing. Diana has such constant headaches. The medical man we consulted in Paris considered ...
... returned on his steps and was at the station in Milan when Diana and Francesca reached it. Francesca saw him and gave a mute sign of recognition, but ...
... days. It all began with the ceiling tumbling down in the school-room and in our bedroom one day in September, so that Alice and I had to move into ...
... And you shall do the same with the clerical, Vicar! And they parted, the Doctor chuckling, the Vicar smiling genially. The MS. ...
... him. I took him on my knee and cuddled him off to sleep, for even the little exertion of dragging round the garden- walks holding his father's hand ...
... turned slowly away and I went on into the house. I was very ill at ease-far too perturbed to have any communication with my little spirit- ...
... of course, he said. I knew the whole family from a boy, but I had been already ten years in practice here when Miss Anna was found dead in her bed. ...
... Deborah was aroused by being violently shaken in her bed, and sitting up in the pitch darkness, cried aloud to know who was there, getting in reply ...
... please explain. She told him, then, of the two appearances of the fair-haired woman-told him so simply and directly, that he could not help but feel ...
... attenuation of her finely-proportioned figure. My God! she said aloud, after twenty years! . . . My God! How long it takes to die! A Professional ...
... medi'm. Mos' folks likes me best. My medi'm's moder wis'es it was always Lulu an' never Jeanie. Jeanie's so quiet, an' s'e don't like giving clairvoyance, ...
... a confused murmur only, and even this ceases in response to Lady Sarah's authoritative Hush-sh, as after a short prelude the music begins. ...
... exclamation of annoyance. For Heaven's sake, Ewart, leave those things alone. You drove me crazy with your fidget this morning. I am not in a ...
... the story. The ring was of immense value, not merely for the size and beauty of the brilliants, but because it had been a royal gift to an early Methleydale, ...
... hope was added work. As was characteristic, her meditation led to practical result. The west wind brought her the sound of the church clock. She counted ...