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Cousin Phillis [& other tales]

wo de le huo xiao wo = Home life : joyful life style

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      • Bibliography: p. xiii.

        LC Classifications1970
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 74 p. :
        Number of Pages95
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100460006150
        2no. 615
        3Everymans library,

        nodata File Size: 10MB.

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Cousin Phyllis by Elizabeth Gaskell

Phillis looked at me once or twice with a little surprise at my silence; but I did not know the words. 'Bring him out here,' said the minister. Besides, I did not like pushing myself upon strangers, who perhaps had never heard of my mother's name, and such an odd name as it was—Moneypenny; and if they had, had never cared more for her than she had for them, apparently, until this unlucky mention of Heathbridge. ' She gave her daughter some whispered directions, and Phillis left the room.

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Cousin Phillis [& other tales] And if he had not resumed his old place that night, he would have done so the next day, when, after my father's departure, Mr Holdsworth spoke about him with such just respect for his character, such ungrudging admiration of his great mechanical genius, that I was compelled to say, almost unawares,— 'Thank you, sir.

She looked me steadily in the face with large, quiet eyes, wondering, but untroubled by the sight of a stranger. But in introducing them to his charming boss, he inadvertently causes teenaged Phillis romantic agony. Carter, Harry, and many others were made up as well.

Of course this led to greater facility of intercourse with the Hope Farm people. But she was there in a minute; it was her regular plan to give him his welcome home—by a look, by a touch, nothing more—as soon as she could after his return, and he had missed her now.

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