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A Modern Mephistopheles and A Whisper in the Dark

Louisa May Alcott

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .gh the poet wrote of love, it was evident he had never felt it.”

56“Who shall say that?” with sudden warmth.

“I, for one. You know nothing of love, though you may flatter yourself you do. So far, it has been pretty play enough, but I will not have you waste yourself, or your time. You need inspiration, this will give it you. At your age, it is easy to love the first sweet woman brought near you, and almost impossible for any such to resist your wooing. An early marriage will not only give heart and brain a fillip, but add the new touch of romance needed to keep up the world’s interest in the rising star, whose mysterious advent piques curiosity as strongly as his work excites wonder and delight.”

Composure and content had been gradually creeping back into the listener’s mien, as a skilful hand touched the various chords that vibrated most tunefully in a young, . . . Read More

Community Reviews

Quite a Thriller

Very well characterized, all the characters seems more real than one can fathom. You would feel goosebumps while reading few of the scenes. And might even feel heart broken after reaching the very end. More than any character in the book Gladys is one to look up to here. She is a fig