But I am very glad of that, because it has been a great pleasure to me, and even some profit, and it has lighted up
many meanings in literature, which must always have remained dark to me.
I really think I'd like to be a minister's wife when I grow up
We was dressed up fine, and we played it on them in broad daylight.
We done up the di'monds in a paper and put our names on it and put it in the keep of the hotel clerk, and told him not to ever let either of us have it again without the others was on hand to see it done; then we went down town, each by his own self--because I reckon maybe we all had the same notion.
He took to Heathcliff strangely, believing all he said (for that matter, he said precious little, and generally the truth), and petting him up far above Cathy, who was too mischievous and wayward for a favourite.
Hindley threw it, hitting him on the breast, and down he fell, but staggered up immediately, breathless and white; and, had not I prevented it, he would have gone just so to the master, and got full revenge by letting his condition plead for him, intimating who had caused it.
I can't get up
,' said the child, 'because my back's bad, and my legs are queer.
Old Highland Sandy was alive then and he got up
and said, 'If she for go let her for went.
they flew to their mummy and daddy, and pen cannot describe the happy scene, over which we draw a veil.
He twisted up
one leg, and with the foot (or hind-hand) made so savage an onslaught upon my abdomen as to threaten to disembowel me.
He passed up
to his rooms, ordered a Martini cocktail, took off his shoes, and sat down to think.
Rachel says, `Avonlea must keep up
with the procession, that's what.