Dorothy Forster; A Novel Volume 2

Dorothy Forster; A Novel Volume 2

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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. 1884 edition. Excerpt: ... to think that all is concealed. Mr. Hilyard gave no sign of his discovery save by tell-tale eyes, which, dissimulator of looks though he was, could not hide from me the truth that he knew my trouble and sorrow. A day or two before my lord arrived, he began, Tom being present, to speak very briskly about badgers, otters, cub-foxes, seafowl, and other things with which his lordship might be amused; and presently, Tom having withdrawn, he said to me gravely: ' Miss Dorothy, I would that I could hope to see the roses return to your cheeks when my lord comes. Believe me, those others who love you (in thine own station and with the respect due) take it greatly to heart that they see you thus going in sorrow and trouble.' At these kind words I began to cry and lament. 'Nay, ' he said, 'there is, be assured, no man in the world worth your tears. And there is remedy for those who will find it, as is shown in the " Remedium Amoris." Cressida forsook Troilus for Diomede; Paris left CEnone for Helen; Helen preferred, to the tender care of the best of husbands, Paris and the flouts of the Trojan ladies; one Cupid is painted contending with another, because one love driveth out another.' ' I know not, ' I replied, ' how there can be two loves in one life. These are idle words, Mr. Hilyard. "What is Helen or Cressida to me?' ' It were much to be desired, ' said Mr. Hilyard, without replying to this question, ' that the passion of love could be treated as copiously and minutely by ingenious women as it hath been by men, who have written all the love-stories and poems on love, so that the world may very well learn the miseries caused by that passion in men, and its incitements, growth, violence, and remedies. Yet for women there has been nothing (a few fragments...
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  • Paperback | 50 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 109g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236673328
  • 9781236673329