Vittoria — Volume 6 eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 83 pages of information about Vittoria — Volume 6.

In the great red of sunset the Tyrolese riflemen and a body of Italians in Austrian fatigue uniform marched into the village.  These formed in the space before the inn.  It seemed as if Count Karl were declaiming an indictment.  A voice answered, “I am the man.”  It was clear and straight as a voice that goes up in the night.  Then a procession walked some paces on.  The woman followed.  She fell prostrate at the feet of Count Karl.  He listened to her and nodded.  Rinaldo Guidascarpi stood alone with bandaged eyes.  The woman advanced to him; she put her mouth on his ear; there she hung.

Vittoria heard a single shot.  Rinaldo Guidascarpi lay stretched upon the ground. and the woman stood over him.


As the Lord decided, so it would end!  “Oh, delicious creed!”
By our manner of loving we are known
Every church of the city lent its iron tongue to the peal
Fast growing to be an eccentric by profession
I always respected her; I never liked her
Too well used to defeat to believe readily in victory
Will not admit the existence of a virtue in an opposite opinion

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