Romance: A Novel

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Doubleday, Page, 1922 - 428 pages

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“And on this ghostly sigh, on this breath, with the feeble click of beads in the nun’s hands, a silence fell upon the room, vast as the stillness of a world of unknown faiths, loves, beliefs, of ... Read full review

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its confusing

Contents

I
3
II
11
III
17
IV
24
V
35
VI
45
VII
53
VIII
65
XIX
195
XX
206
XXI
218
XXII
232
XXIII
243
XXIV
266
XXV
279
XXVI
292

IX
76
X
85
XI
92
XII
102
XIII
111
XIV
120
XV
133
XVI
146
XVII
164
XVIII
180
XXVII
303
XXVIII
315
XXIX
340
XXX
365
XXXI
375
XXXII
392
XXXIII
405
XXXIV
423
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Page 41 - Here's the mahn ye were speerin' after. Here's Macdonald." It was the voice of Barnes, and the voice of the every day. I discovered that I had been tremendously upset. The pulses in my temples were throbbing, and I wanted to shut my eyes — to sleep! I was tired; Romance had departed. Barnes and the Macdonald he had found for me represented all the laborious insects of the world; all the ants who are forever hauling immensely heavy and immensely unimportant burdens up weary hillocks, down steep...

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