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Rebel women
     

Rebel women

by Evelyn Sharp
 
"I The Women at the Gate
"Funny, isn't it?" said the young man on the top of the omnibus.
"No," said the young woman from whom he appeared to expect an answer, "I don't think it is funny."
"Take care," said the young man's friend, nudging him, "perhaps she's one of them!"
Everybody within hearing laughed, except the woman, who did not seem to be aware that

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"I The Women at the Gate
"Funny, isn't it?" said the young man on the top of the omnibus.
"No," said the young woman from whom he appeared to expect an answer, "I don't think it is funny."
"Take care," said the young man's friend, nudging him, "perhaps she's one of them!"
Everybody within hearing laughed, except the woman, who did not seem to be aware that they were talking about her. She was on her feet, steadying herself by grasping the back of the seat in front of her, and her eyes, non-committal in their lack of expression, were bent on the roaring, restless crowd that surged backwards and forwards in the Square below, where progress was gradually becoming an impossibility due to the stream of traffic struggling towards Whitehall. The thing she wanted to find was not down there, among the slipping horses, the swaying men and women, the moving lines of policemen; nor did it lurk in those denser blocks of humanity that marked a spot, here and there, where some resolute, [...]".

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BN ID:
2940022773583
Publisher:
New York, John Lane company
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Format:
NOOK Book
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