Anecdotes of Destiny ; and, Ehrengard - The Immortal Story, VI- XI, pp. 155-172 Summary & Analysis

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The Immortal Story, VI- XI, pp. 155-172 Summary

VI. The Heroine of the Story— Elishama comes by Virginie's house and quickly learns of Virginie's hostility to Mr. Clay. Elishama tells Virginie the story that Mr. Clay wants to enact, and she also has heard the sailor's story. Virginie sees that Mr. Clay is old and insane to try to make this story happen. Virginie is near suicidal in her feelings about her present life, and soon becomes interested in Elishama's project. She alleges that Elishama will receive 30 pieces of silver, a Judas-traitor price.

VII. Virginie— Virginie's father had interested her in the royal court of Napoleon III and in comedy and drama. After the father dies, Virginie is left to grow up in poverty but still with dreams of riches and royalty. Her first lover is a...

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