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Chapter 9 - (VERSO)

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longed for that music!”

He took her to the orchard and followed out his crafty plan of surprise perfectly. She rewarded him by doing exactly what he had dreamed of her doing, clapping her hands and crying out:

“Oh, daddy! Why, daddy!”

They finished up with the shore, and then at sunset they came back and sat down on the old garden bench. Before them a sea of splendor,(begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)bu(end superscript)(begin superscript) burning like a great jewel(end superscript) stretched burned  stretched to the gateways of the west. The great long


From "Old Man Shaw's Girl."