日期:2020-11-12 Come, Philander, let us be a marching, Every one his true love a searching, WOULD be the most appropriate motto for this chapter, because, intimidated by the threats, denunciations, and complaints showered upon me in consequence of taking the libert... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2020-11-12 POLLY wrote enthusiastically, Ned answered satisfactorily, and after much corresponding, talking, and planning, it was decided that Tom should go West. Never mind what the business was; it suffices to say that it was a good beginning for a young man... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2020-11-12 I THINK Tom had the hardest time of all, for besides the family troubles, he had many of his own to perplex and harass him. College scrapes were soon forgotten in greater afflictions; but there were plenty of tongues to blame that extravagant dog, a... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2020-11-12 THE weeks that followed taught the Shaws, as many other families have been taught, how rapidly riches take to themselves wings and fly away, when they once begin to go. Mr. Shaw carried out his plans with an energy and patience that worked wonders,... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2020-11-12 GOING into the Shaws one evening, Polly found Maud sitting on the stairs, with a troubled face. Oh, Polly, Im so glad youve come! cried the little girl, running to hug her. Whats the matter, deary? I dont know; something dreadful must have happened,... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2020-11-12 ON the evening of Fans visit, Polly sat down before her fire with a resolute and thoughtful aspect. She pulled her hair down, turned her skirt back, put her feet on the fender, and took Puttel into her lap, all of which arrangements signified that s... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2020-11-12 IVE won the wager, Tom. Did nt know there was one. Dont you remember you said Polly would be tired of her teaching and give it up in three months, and I said she would nt? Well, is nt she? Not a bit of it. I thought she was at one time, and expected... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2020-11-11 IM perfectly aching for some fun, said Polly to herself as she opened her window one morning and the sunshine and frosty air set her blood dancing and her eyes sparkling with youth, health, and overflowing spirits. I really must break out somewhere... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2020-11-11 DEAR POLLY, The Sewing Circle meets at our house this P. M. This is in your line, so do come and help me through. I shall depend on you. Yours ever, FAN. Bad news, my dear? asked Miss Mills, who had just handed the note to Polly as she came in one n... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2020-11-11 POLLYS happiest day was Sunday, for Will never failed to spend it with her. Instead of sleeping later than usual that morning, she was always up bright and early, flying round to get ready for her guest, for Will came to breakfast, and they made a l... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2020-11-11 THE first few weeks were hard ones, for Polly had not yet outgrown her natural shyness and going among so many strangers caused her frequent panics. But her purpose gave her courage, and when the ice was once broken, her little pupils quickly learne... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2020-11-11 WHAT do you think Polly is going to do this winter? exclaimed Fanny, looking up from the letter she had been eagerly reading. Going to deliver lectures on Womans Rights, said the young gentleman who was carefully examining his luxuriant crop of deci... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2020-11-11 OH, dear! Must you really go home Saturday? said Fan, some days after what Tom called the grand scrimmage. I really must; for I only came to stay a month and here Ive been nearly six weeks, answered Polly, feeling as if she had been absent a year. M... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2020-11-11 WHERES Polly? asked Fan one snowy afternoon, as she came into the dining-room where Tom was reposing on the sofa with his boots in the air, absorbed in one of those delightful books in which boys are cast away on desert islands, where every known fr... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2020-11-11 AFTER being unusually good, children are apt to turn short round and refresh themselves by acting like Sancho. For a week after Toms mishap, the young folks were quite angelic, so much so that grandma said she was afraid something was going to happe... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2020-11-11 ITS so wainy, I cant go out, and evwybody is so cwoss they wont play with me, said Maud, when Polly found her fretting on the stairs, and paused to ask the cause of her wails. Ill play with you; only dont scream and wake your mother. What shall we p... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2020-11-11 ITS time to go to the station, Tom. Come on, then. Oh, Im not going; its too wet. Should nt have a crimp left if I went out such a day as this; and I want to look nice when Polly comes. You dont expect me to go and bring home a strange girl alone, d... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2020-11-11 POLLY soon found that she was in a new world, a world where the manners and customs were so different from the simple ways at home, that she felt like a stranger in a strange land, and often wished that she had not come. In the first place, she had... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2020-11-11 IM going to school this morning; so come up and get ready, said Fanny, a day or two after, as she left the late breakfast-table. You look very nice; what have you got to do? asked Polly, following her into the hall. Prink half an hour, and put on he... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2020-11-11 AS a preface is the only place where an author can with propriety explain a purpose or apologize for shortcomings, I venture to avail myself of the privilege to make a statement for the benefit of my readers. As the first part of An Old-Fashioned Gi... 閱讀全文>>

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