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The Kentons eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 231 pages of information about The Kentons.
    Not what their mothers but what their environments made them
    Pain of the preparations for a day’s pleasure
    Part of her pride not to ask
    Performance of their common duty must fall wholly to her
    Petted person in her youth, perhaps, and now she petted herself
    Place where they have been so happy and so unhappy
    Provoked that her mother would not provoke her further
    Question whether the fellow was more a fool or a fraud
    Relationship when one gives a reproof and the other accepts it
    Relieved from a discoverer’s duties to Europe
    Renunciation of his judgment in deference to the good woman
    Waiting with patience for the term of his exile
    We have to make-believe before we can believe anything
    When he got so far beyond his depth
    Why, at his age, should he be going into exile
    Wife was glad of the release from housekeeping
    Worst whim was having no wish that could be ascertained

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