Piccadilly: A Novel

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Page 39 - I shall be quite ready to like anything you wish,' said Virginia, warmly. ' My dear, you shall take your own way. It would be hard at least if I could not give you that,' said Mr. Seyton, looking at her as if he did not quite know what to do with this gaily-dressed, frank-spoken daughter. ' Now let us come to breakfast.
Page 88 - I have seen that happen," said the youth, with a touch of malice. "What are you going to do with yourself?" Nina wanted to know. When he told her that he was trying to make up his mind, she said: "You can't just drift around; if you do, some woman will get hold of you and make you miserable. Why don't you come and live near here, and let Rick and me find you a wife?
Page 18 - Pullman buses sitting as if on shelves in a glass case with comic masks of destinations upon their expressions.
Page 76 - But she began to wonder if it would not have been better to have gone.
Page 121 - He couldn't for the life of him think of anything to say.
Page 192 - She went to the door, opened it, and turned on the threshold. Carinthia was still standing by the dressing-table. " Thanks ever so again. Don't forget to tell Mrs. Mason, and give her my . . . love.

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