Anecdotes of Destiny ; and, Ehrengard - The Immortal Story, XII- XV, pp. 173-199 Summary & Analysis

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The Immortal Story, XII- XV, pp. 173-199 Summary

XII. The Speech of the Old Gentleman— Virginie has spent a good deal of money in adorning herself and making her fit for the part in the sailor's story. Despite her hate for Mr. Clay, Virginie honestly prepares for the part that she has been paid to do. Late in the evening, Mr. Clay and the sailor arrive at the bedroom. Mr. Clay is excited that he is bringing the sailor's story to life, as he admires Virginie lying in bed. XIII. The Meeting— Virginie is frightened as the young sailor nears the bed. The sailor is tall and his hair is too long, so he looks a bit like an animal. The sailor calls Virginie beautiful, and thinks that they are both aged 17. He lies down, and admits...

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