Elizabeth Gaskell

  • Nast Huertahas quoted9 months ago
    Mr. Thornton was a good deal more surprised and discomfited than she. Instead of a quiet, middle-aged clergyman, a young lady came forward with frank dignity,—a young lady of a different type to most of those he was in the habit of seeing.
  • Лена Штатолкинаhas quoted2 years ago
    partly for the pleasure she had in being coaxed out of her dislike by her fond lover, and partly because anything of a gipsy or make-shift life was really distasteful to her.
  • b2231737606has quoted2 years ago
    I beg your pardon,—but, can you tell me how Mr. Hale is? And
    Miss Hale, too? I should like to know how they both are.'
  • b2231737606has quoted2 years ago
    berth in the force.'
  • Flying Cathas quoted7 days ago
    Mr. Hale's over-praise had the usual effect of over-praise upon his auditors; they were a little inclined to rebel against Aristides being always called the Just.
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