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The Christian

Sir Hall Caine

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .name, a name of contempt and loathing—the name of prostitute!"

Crushing the pamphlet in his hand, John Storm had taken a step toward the canon, but he was too late. Some one was there before him. It was Glory. With her head erect and her eyes flashing, she stood between the weeping girl and the black-coated judge, and everybody could see the swelling and heaving of her bosom.

"How dare you!" she cried. "You say you have been taught to think of a woman as sweet and pure. Well, I have been taught to think of a man as strong and brave, and tender and merciful to every living creature, but most of all to a woman, if she is erring and fallen. But you are not brave and tender; you are cruel and cowardly, and I despise you and hate you!"

The men at the tables were rising from their seats.

"Oh, you have discharged my friend," she said, "and you may discharge me, too, if you like—if you dare! But I will tell everybody that i. . . Read More

Community Reviews

The Christian A story

I chose the rating because I could not put it down. I loved the story , the characters are like u can imagine happened in times written.

For the first fourth of this book, I thought I'd be giving it five stars. The characters were well-drawn, the plot was shaping nicely, and, above all, there were deep, profound, and rare Christian truths and perspectives embedded in the views of one of the main characters.

The further I read, the le

Good Christian Story

Good story, though a bit long as tales of the period tend to describe everything. Enjoyable for the history and the depiction of relationships. Nice to read a tale which has Christian commitment as a centerpiece.