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The Master-Christian

Marie Corelli

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. . .re of the hue of a ripe nectarine just gathered, and the delicate mouldings and traceries and statues on the porch of the Cathedral appeared like so many twinings of grey gossamer web glistening in a haze of gold. Now and then neighbours passed, and nodded or called a greeting which Madame Patoux answered cheerily, still knitting vivaciously; and the long shafts of sunshine grew longer, casting deeper shadows as the quarters chimed. All at once there was a cry,—a woman's figure came rushing precipitately across the square,—Madame Patoux sprang up, and her children ran out of the porch as they recognised Martine Doucet.

"Martine! Martine! What is it!" they all cried simultaneously.

Martine, breathless, dishevelled, laughing and sobbing alternately, tried to speak, but could only gesticulate and throw up her hands in a kind of ecstasy, but whether of despair or joy could not be guessed. Madame Patoux shook her by the arm.

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Marie Corelli was a favourite of Queen Victoria. Therefore you might expect this book to be out of touch for 2014. Yet strangely, it isn't.
It follows the fortune of a humble, good man, who also happens to be a Cardinal in the Roman Catholic Church. The thrust of her story says we should follow the

An excellent imagination showing what profess Christians and clergy people should be.