The Divine Fire

The Divine Fire

by May Sinclair
     
 

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"[...]embarrassing acquaintance with the man. That, again, was where Lucia had come in. Her vision of him would be free and undisturbed by any suggestion of his bodily presence.
Meanwhile, Rickman's poem, or rather the first two Acts of his neo-classic drama, Helen in Leuce, lay on Lucia's lap. Jewdwine had obtained it under protest and with much… See more details below

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"[...]embarrassing acquaintance with the man. That, again, was where Lucia had come in. Her vision of him would be free and undisturbed by any suggestion of his bodily presence.
Meanwhile, Rickman's poem, or rather the first two Acts of his neo-classic drama, Helen in Leuce, lay on Lucia's lap. Jewdwine had obtained it under protest and with much secrecy. He had promised Rickman, solemnly, not to show it to a soul; but he had shown it to Lucia. It was all right, he said, so long as he refrained from disclosing the name of the person who had written it. Not that she would have been any the wiser if he had.
[...]".

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"In all our new fiction I have found nothing worthy to compare with 'The Divine Fire.' "—The Atlantic Monthly.

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ISBN-13:
9781603126168
Publisher:
Alan Rodgers Books
Publication date:
12/01/2007
Pages:
532
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.31(d)

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