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A Love Story Reversed

Edward Bellamy

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .I was at the beach, what a ninny I made of myself over that little Mr. Parker? How providential it was for me that he did not reciprocate. It gives me the cold shivers when I think what might have become of me if he' had proposed."

At the door of her room Lucy said again: "Remember, you are to come to me in New York for a long visit soon. Perhaps you will find there are other people in the world then."

Maud smiled absently, and kissed her good-night. She seemed preoccupied, and did not appear to have closely followed what her lively friend was saying.

The following afternoon, as she was walking home after seeing Lucy on the cars, she met a gentleman who lifted his hat to her. It was Arthur Burton. His office was on the one main street of the small New England city which is the scene of these events, and when out walking or shopping Maud often met him. There was therefore nothing at all extraordinary in the fact of their meeting. What was . . . Read More

Community Reviews

This is a cute story...one I'd like to be true in today's times, but no man today will almost have a heart attack if a woman tells him she loves him without him saying it first. If only. Still, I liked the sweet old-fashionedness of it.

The storyline is quit nice and fondly heartwarming, definitely old fashioned way of writing -which is awesome- and how the story went on; for a matter of fact, kind of wish that this is how it is nowadays, a man fully respecting a woman expressing her feelings to him and yet, still treat her with ki