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Chapter 2 - (VERSO)

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the road after her ne his fickle lady and her new admirer. The boys and irresponsible young men crowded after, expecting some excitement; but they were disappointed. Ludovic strode on until he overtook Theodora and Arnold, an Arnold Sherman, and then fell meekly in behind them.

Theodora strode on until he overtook Theodora and Arnold.

Theodora hardly enjoyed her walk home, although Arnold Sherman laid himself out to be especially entertaining. Her heart yearn yearned after Ludovic, whose what shuffling footsteps she heard behind her. She feared that she had been very cruel,



Passages from "The Hurrying of Ludovic."