Behind The Veil (1906) by Ethel Rolt-Wheeler, Austin Osman Spare PDF
By Ethel Rolt-Wheeler, Austin Osman Spare
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I had never ' PAST INCARNATIONS seen men dress. I 39 so full-blooded and handsome, or such richness of knew a mortal terror. ' cried the other lord, to parley on Lift her on my horse graceful a 'If ' ' ' ' ' ' ! these matters ' I arms. ' whispered. But the overseer had me in his I did not call to Jean. There were three men, and only one. The end would be the same, but I should do not go,' I He must be sleeping very soundly, for first. the lords spoke in loud voices, and the tramping of the horses made a sound like thunder.
On my return from India the London doctors advised me to try the waters at Vichy, and thither I repaired, intending THE CURL to find out On the my if very old friend first evening still 45 lived in the neighbourhood. came across him unexpectedly. I had dropped into the Cercle Prive" to watch the gambling, and amid the grasping and repulsive faces of those present my attention was attracted by an old man of great benevolence of aspect. I could not be mistaken. I knew him at The once, in spite of his white hair and his wrinkles.
Know not whence, that the raids had begun again, fiercer and more daring than before. A stillness of terror was upon our village, and in all Then rumours drifted to us, blown I men's faces the strain and pallor of fear. Many planned for a flight to the woods at the first certainty of danger, for even the boldest hearts deemed resistance to be impossible. One night there came a fugitive flying from a village which used to stand not thirty miles distant which stood no more, but was marked by smouldering ashes.
Behind The Veil (1906) by Ethel Rolt-Wheeler, Austin Osman Spare