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Excerpt from book: CHAPTER III THE next morning Arnold left the Lodge before daylight. When he started out he looked like part of a procession. He rode his own horse followed by another; and a shaggy little pack horse brought up the rear. "I'll get the bedroom ready, Dad. Which one shall the stranger have?" "The best one?the east chamber is the warmest for it has that south window we patched on." "Do you want Rajah, Dad?" "No; call him back. I look like a Noah's-ark outfit as it is." "Come back, sir!" Glenn commanded, and if ever a dog showed disgust Rajah did as he turned tail. "You ought to be back by middle afternoon, Dad." Arnold was growing dim in the strange light of the morning. "Depends on the stranger," came the words up the trail. "Like as not he don't know how to ride horseback. I may have to hold him on." Glenn laughed at this and went indoors. The strain of the hardest day of the year was past. She was herself again?cheery, carefree, happy. And yet?not quite the same. A girl cannot reach eighteen, even among such surroundings as Glenn's, without Nature having its way with her. Her consciousness of herself the previous day had been a new sensation; it was a coming to the surface of something that had, from the beginning, been in the making. Normally, safely, Glenn had come to womanhood without shock. Then her mother's story had had a deeper effect upon her than she had at first realized. Only after hours of thought did she really comprehend its true significance. She had spoken sincerely to her father when she said, tenderly, that he had given her mother to her; she had been honest, too, in her sudden desire to accept her mother as she saw and felt that her father was doing; but she was glad? she knew it now?that her mother was dead! After a night's sleep sh...
Book Details
ISBN-13: 9780217413435
Publisher: General Books
Binding: Paperback
Language: English
Returnable: N
Spine Width: 5 mm
Width: 186 mm
ISBN-10: 0217413439
Publisher Date: 17 Jan 2012
Height: 242 mm
No of Pages: 90
Series Title: English
Weight: 177 gr
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