The Red Window
"[...] Bernard looked round, surprised. It was not usual to hear the light-hearted Dicky moralize thus. He was as sententious as Touchstone, and for the moment Gore, who usually gave advice, found himself receiving it. The two seemed to have changed places. Dick noticed the look and slapped Gore on the back. "I've been seeing life since we parted at Eton, old boy," said he, "and it-the trouble of it, I mean-has hammered me into shape." "It hasn't made you despondent, though." "And it never will," said Conniston, emphatically, "until I meet with the woman who refuses to marry me. Then I'll howl." "You haven't met the woman yet?" "No. But you have. I can see it in the telltale blush. Bless me, old Gore, how boyish you are. I haven't blushed for years."[...]."
- Paperback | 222 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 10.67mm | 335.66g
- 09 Mar 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white