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  2. THE NOVELIST.

    My uncle's merriment was not contagious. For my part I never in all my life felt less disposed to laugh than after I had said goodnight to him. It was anything but pleasant ...

    Article : 5,481 words
  3. THE STORYTELLER.

    Mrs. Carlisle was a pretty young married woman. Her enemy was another. The former was fair and fairy-like, with hair so golden that it was said she dyed it (though, ...

    Article : 2,049 words
  4. THE CONTRIBUTOR.

    In one of his Ramblers Johnson remarks that "so large a part of man's life passes in a state contrary to our natural desires, that one of the principal topics of moral ...

    Article : 1,767 words
  5. CHAPTER II.

    How did it first happen? At what fateful moment did the tide begin to turn? I believe, but I am not sure, that it was when Mrs. Carlisle's god-daughter, little ...

    Article : 2,394 words
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