Outpost: A Literary Classic By Jane G. Austin!

Outpost: A Literary Classic By Jane G. Austin!

by Jane G. Austin
     
 
Excerpt:

they are willing to allow their friends the first chance of appropriating the happiness in store for all. If none of these, what is the reason, children, that, at grown parties, the struggle is to see who shall arrive last, while at ours it is to see who shall come first?

" 'Toinette was dressed, and in the drawing-room ready to receive her

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Excerpt:

they are willing to allow their friends the first chance of appropriating the happiness in store for all. If none of these, what is the reason, children, that, at grown parties, the struggle is to see who shall arrive last, while at ours it is to see who shall come first?

" 'Toinette was dressed, and in the drawing-room ready to receive her little friends, by half-past two; and very nice she looked in her light-blue merino frock, with its pretty embroideries, her long golden hair curled in the feathery ringlets Susan was so proud of making, her sleeves looped up with new bracelets, and a little embroidered handkerchief just peeping out of her pockets

Mrs. Legrange, who sat reading by the fire, watched with some amusement and more anxiety the movements of the little beauty, who walked slowly up and down the room, twisting her head to look now at one shoulder and now at the other, now at the flow of her skirts behind, and now at the dainty fit of her bronze cloth gaiter-boots. At last, stopping”...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013169050
Publisher:
BDP
Publication date:
08/07/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
244 KB

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