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CHAPTER XIII TOM'S mind was made up now. He was gloomy and desperate. He was a forsaken, friendless boy, he said; nobody loved him; when they found out what they had driven him to, perhaps...
Chapter XVII. And yet our Herminia was a woman after all. Some three years later, when Harvey Kynaston came to visit her one day, and told her he was really going to be married,—what sudden thrill...
The Moon and Sixpence by W. Somerset Maugham Chapter LII I suppose the next three years were the happiest of Strickland's life. Ata's house stood about eight kilometres from the road...
Rain by by W. Somerset Maugham Part 1 It was nearly bed-time and when they awoke next morning land would be in sight. Dr Macphail lit his pipe and, leaning over the rail, searched the heavens for the...
The Moon and Sixpence by W. Somerset Maugham Chapter XXXI Next day, though I pressed him to remain, Stroeve left me. I offered to fetch his things from the studio, but he insisted on going himself; I...