Great Short Works - Book 1, The Short Stories : Chapter 12, Gentle Spirit Cont. Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, The Short Stories : Chapter 12, Gentle Spirit Cont. Summary

Whereas, in this story, the pawnbroker goes to bed wondering how this will play out while suffering from a headache. Section 3 'The Noblest of Men, though I Don't Believe it Myself': He brought her into the house - sternly. He was very much older than she - he is 41 and she is just 16 years old. By the time she enters his home she does so with what he calls an evil smile and an ability to listen. There are four sections to Part 2. Section 4: 'Plans and Plans.' He takes her into the house. She is openly quite affectionate to him. He took her in before he married her. He is trying to teach her about life, and to be her guardian and protector. He teaches her to be...

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