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A Modern Mephistopheles, and A Whisper in the Dark
A Modern Mephistopheles, and A Whisper in the Dark
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A Modern Mephistopheles, and A Whisper in the Dark
A Modern Mephistopheles, and A Whisper in the Dark
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1889 Excerpt: ...stretched her arms towards her husband, as if in music she had found a tongue to plead her cause. The involuntary gesture recalled to her that other verse which Vivien added to her song; and something impelled her to sing it, standing erect, with face, figure, voice all trembling with the…
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1889 Excerpt: ...stretched her arms towards her husband, as if in music she had found a tongue to plead her cause. The involuntary gesture recalled to her that other verse which Vivien added to her song; and something impelled her to sing it, standing erect, with face, figure, voice all trembling with the strong emotion that suddenly controlled her: --"My name, once mine, now thine, is closelier mine, For fame, could fame be mine, that fame were thine; And shame, could shame be thine, that shame were mine; So trust me not at all or all in all." Down fell the curtain there, and the two men looked at one another in silence for an instant, dazzled, troubled, and surprised; for in this brilliant, impassioned creature they did not recognize the Gladys they believed they knew so well. "What possessed her to sing that? She is so unlike herself, I do not know her," said Canaris, excited by the discoveries he was making. "She is inspired to-night; so be prepared for any thing. These women will work wonders, they are acting to the men they love," answered Helwyze, warily, yet excited also; because, for him, a double drama was passing on that little stage, and he found it marvellously fascinating. "I never knew how beautiful she was!" mused Canaris, half aloud, his eyes upon the blue draperies which hid her from his sight. "You never saw her in such gear before. Splendor suits her present mood, as well as simplicity becomes her usual self-restraint.-You have made her jealous, and your angel will prove herself a woman, after all." "Is that the cause of this sudden change in her? Then I don't regret playing truant, for the woman suits me better than the angel," cried Canaris, conscious that the pale affection he had borne his wi...
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1889 Excerpt: ...stretched her arms towards her husband, as if in music she had found a tongue to plead her cause. The involuntary gesture recalled to her that other verse which Vivien added to her song; and something impelled her to sing it, standing erect, with face, figure, voice all trembling with the strong emotion that suddenly controlled her: --"My name, once mine, now thine, is closelier mine, For fame, could fame be mine, that fame were thine; And shame, could shame be thine, that shame were mine; So trust me not at all or all in all." Down fell the curtain there, and the two men looked at one another in silence for an instant, dazzled, troubled, and surprised; for in this brilliant, impassioned creature they did not recognize the Gladys they believed they knew so well. "What possessed her to sing that? She is so unlike herself, I do not know her," said Canaris, excited by the discoveries he was making. "She is inspired to-night; so be prepared for any thing. These women will work wonders, they are acting to the men they love," answered Helwyze, warily, yet excited also; because, for him, a double drama was passing on that little stage, and he found it marvellously fascinating. "I never knew how beautiful she was!" mused Canaris, half aloud, his eyes upon the blue draperies which hid her from his sight. "You never saw her in such gear before. Splendor suits her present mood, as well as simplicity becomes her usual self-restraint.-You have made her jealous, and your angel will prove herself a woman, after all." "Is that the cause of this sudden change in her? Then I don't regret playing truant, for the woman suits me better than the angel," cried Canaris, conscious that the pale affection he had borne his wi...

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