3 edition of Stories from Everybody"s Magazine found in the catalog.
December 2003 by IndyPublish.com .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||320|
This was not an imitation Lady Ursula jealousy at all. There, all about them, from babyhood, were the basic processes by which the world was sheltered, clothed, Stories from Everybodys Magazine book fed. Boys and girls observed them, absorbed them, through eyes, through finger-tips, all through those early years when eyes and finger-tips are the nourishing points of the intellect. Jennie simply announced her intention of immediate departure; all questions as to her health, happiness, and possible reasons were met only with a parrot-like repetition of the fact. It never wavered even while Jennie shook down her long curls ostensibly to let the sun dry a single lock that in some unaccountable way had felt the touch of a wave. It's on file in that Magistrate's office in New York.
And if Your Honor will give me about ten minutes in private talk, I'll explain the whole thing to you, and show you the Stories from Everybodys Magazine book and legal requisition papers which I carry in my pocket. It was dreary consolation to realize that never for a moment had the proud smile wavered. It suggested only accident or disease. It remains "collegiate" in the old sense, quiet, cloistral, inhabiting old-fashioned brick buildings in an old-fashioned large yard, looking still like the Illinois of war times more than like the Illinois of the twentieth century, retaining all the home ideals of those times--a large interest in feminine accomplishments, a strict regard for manners, a belief in the value of charm. Columbus found America when he was searching for the wealth of Ormus and of Ind. Except in some of the professions and often even in them we most of us start in on our life work at some small subdivided job in a large organization of people.
They drug the market. Dorothea, snuggled into her corner, blissfully conscious of Amiel's careless arm about her shoulder, gave herself up to happiness. It is true enough. This was the same song with which Lady Ursula invariably brought blinding, bitter tears to the eyes of those assembled at picnics and hunt balls. She assumed it instantly in the darkness by way of immediate practice, and fell asleep with the result plastered upon her face. She had ceased to be Dorothea on her way to a tennis game "Lean heavily on me, dearest," whispered Reginald, "the chapel is in sight.
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I do believe that is it, Dorothea. I never liked a man who spoke in a tone of voice. Lady Ursula or no Lady Ursula, she would have died--with black, bitter shame at the thought of any eye but her own falling upon the penciled lines therein. In the Sub-Department of Flax, after heckling that flax with combs of increasing degrees of fineness till the fibers Stories from Everybodys Magazine book pretty straight; after spinning it into yarn on her spinning-wheel; after reeling the yarn off into skeins; after "bucking" the skeins in hot lye through many changes of water; Stories from Everybodys Magazine book after using shuttle and loom to weave the stuff into cloth, the home woman of those days had to accomplish some twenty subsequent processes of bucking, rinsing, possing, drying, and bleaching before the cloth was ready for use.
The horror of ridicule is the black shadow that hangs over youth. Long after Jennie was asleep, Dorothea, wide-eyed, communed with the Monster. When we do this, we also attack the whole system of savings banks, which is, or should be, the very bulwark of a nation's financial safety.
A course in Starch making. Johnson at the depot. Please note: You may notice that there is punctuation missing from the sentence on page 2. Jennie was certainly very pretty. All women must be trained to it.
Malleable, divisible, indestructible, rare, it is the indispensable medium of exchange. It was not the amiabilities of nature, however, in which Dorothea found inspiration. In about half an hour I had a dozen cigars, five story magazines, and seven or eight rail-road time-tables in my pockets, and never a smell of coffee or bacon to point out the trail.
A course in Light Drinks, such as Elderberry Wine. His ranch run from the Nueces to the Rio Grande. When I woke up, the whole outfit--train, boy, and all--was gone.
I want to be a contractor. They considered him a man. Buy on Amazon or start a day Audible trial. One looked like an uncle to somebody; and one looked like nothing; and the other one had on corkscrew pants and spoke in a tone of voice.
To be frank, Jennie Clark was not among those first suggested by Dorothea as a prospective visitor. We mix alloy of duplicity and greed with the virgin metal of our standard of value. The solution was presently found by a sympathetic and consoling circle--the child was homesick; she wanted her mother.
Dorothea, rapturously using the atmosphere as a background for Lady Ursula, became suddenly aware that the singing of "Juanita" in six different keys had ceased, and that Jennie, having been discovered to be the possessor of a voice, was singing alone.Memoir Magazine is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for all persons regardless of race, sex, color, religion, creed, national origin or ancestry, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, and disability.
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