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Chapter 6 - (VERSO)

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stealthily watched his visitors go away. Just as they entered on the maple path Mr. Leonard laid his hand on Felix’s head and looked down at him. Instantly the boy flung his arm up over the old man’s shoulder and smiled at him. In the smile look they exchanged there was boundless love and trust – ay, and good-fellowship. Old Abel’s scornful eyes again held the golden flash.

“How those two love each other!” he muttered enviously. “And how they torture each other”!


Mr. Leonard went to his study to pray when he got home. He knew



From "Each in His Own Tongue."