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The Landscape Chamber

Sarah Orne Jewett.

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Paragraph The King of Folly Island Atlantic
1 copy of "The Sentimental Journey." copy of The Sentimental Journey.
2 to some farm-house to some farmhouse
10 I interrupted, impatiently; and he gave me an eager look and then 

pretty creature!" he said, admiringly,

I interrupted impatiently; and he gave me an eager look, and then

pretty creature!" he said admiringly,

17 a step forward to get

uneasy, and I stood looking

a step forward, to get

uneasy, as I stood looking

22 he said, grudgingly, with a new he said grudgingly, with a new
25 salt from the tide-pools to flavor salt from the tide-pools, to flavor
26 I must confess; they talked  I must confess: they talked 
32 went out at the door

to fancy some clew to

went out of the door

to fancy some clue to

41 under the charge of her great-grandfather under the care of her great-grandfather
43 He believes that he fights He thinks that he fights
45 I was bareheaded and the I was bareheaded, and the
47 clutch at my throat while I smiled clutch at my throat, while I smiled
49 he answered with unexpected patience he answered, with unexpected patience
54 a strange eager tone a strange, eager tone
59 old man bitterly[.]  old man bitterly. 
60 yet I looked forward yet I look forward

 
 
 
King of Folly Island

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