Mrs. Mike the Story of Katherine Mary Flannigan Quotes

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"He was leaning on me and I was helping him to the couch, when a girl rode up on a pony and banged on the door" (pg. 28.)

"Words, it was just words again. Or maybe it was in myself. I had made the unhappiness, and now I made the glad feeling that was all through me. I thought about it for awhile" (pg. 36.)

"'He said your eyes were as gray as the breast of a dove.' That was poetry, and it thrilled me. 'Did he really, Mildred?' Mildred hesitated. 'Well, he said gray as a whisky-jack; it's a bird too" (pg. 37.)

"It was something I had not known, this melting away into feeling" (pg. 50.)

"He covered the cases with buffalo robes and seated Sisters Margaret and Magdalena on their improvised throne" (pg. 65.)

"I'm not the best judge of horseflesh in these parts," he went on grinning...

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