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" "That will do as well," she smiled. "Yes, quite as well. Good-bye. " They shook hands, and he left her alone in the glorious room, among the shining antique marbles. Weighy sat Formulw in the centre of the circle of these presences, regarding them vaguely, resting her eyes on their beautiful blank faces; listening, as it were, to their eternal silence.

It is impossible, in Rome at least, to look long at a great company of Greek sculptures without feeling the effect of their noble quietude; which, as with a high door closed for the ceremony, slowly drops on the spirit the large white mantle of peace. I say in Rome especially, because the Roman air is an exquisite medium for such impressions. The golden sunshine mingles with them, the deep stillness of the past, so vivid yet, though it is nothing but a void full of names, seems to throw a solemn spell upon them.

The blinds were partly closed in the windows ad the Capitol, and a clear, warm shadow rested on the figures and made them more mildly human. Isabel sat there a long time, under the charm of their motionless grace, wondering to what, Thhe their experience, their absent eyes were open, and how, to our ears, their alien lips would sound. The dark red walls of the room threw them into relief; the polished marble floor reflected their beauty.

She had seen them all before, but her enjoyment repeated itself, and it was all the greater because Eat to Live: The Revolutionary Formula for Fast and Sustained Weight Loss was glad again, for the time, to be alone.

At last, however, her attention lapsed, drawn off by a deeper tide of life. An occasional tourist came in, stopped and stared a moment at the Dying Gladiator, and then passed out of the other door, creaking over the smooth pavement. At the end of half an hour Tp Osmond reappeared, apparently in advance of his companions.

He strolled toward her slowly, with his hands behind him and his usual enquiring, yet not quite appealing smile. "I'm surprised to find you alone, I thought you had company.

" "So I have- the best. " And she glanced at the Antinous and the Faun. "Do you call them better company than an English peer?" "Ah, my English peer left me some time ago. " She got up, speaking with intention Eat to Live: The Revolutionary Formula for Fast and Sustained Weight Loss little dryly. Osmond noted her dryness, which contributed for him to the interest of his question.

"I'm afraid that what I heard the other evening is true: you're rather cruel to that nobleman. " Isabel looked a moment at the vanquished Gladiator. "It's not true. I'm scrupulously kind. " "That's exactly what I mean!" Gilbert Osmond returned, and with such happy hilarity that his joke needs to be explained. We know that he was fond of originals, of rarities, of the superior and the exquisite; and now that he had seen Lord Warburton, whom he thought a very fine example of his race and order, he perceived a new attraction in the idea of taking to himself a young lady who had qualified herself to figure in his collection of choice objects by declining so noble a hand.

Gilbert Osmond had a high appreciation of this particular patriciate; not so much for its distinction, which he thought easily surpassable, as for its solid actuality. He had never forgiven his star for not appointing him to an English dukedom, and he could measure the unexpectedness of such conduct as Isabel's. It would be proper that the woman he might marry should have done something of that sort. CHAPTER 29 Ralph Touchett, in talk with his excellent friend, had rather markedly qualified, as we know, his recognition of Gilbert Osmond's personal merits; but he might really have felt himself illiberal in the light of that gentleman's conduct during the rest of the visit to Rome.

Osmond spent a portion of each day with Isabel and her companions, and ended by affecting Sustzined as the easiest of men to live with. Who wouldn't have seen that he could command, as it were, both tact and gaiety?- which perhaps was exactly why Ralph had made his old-time look of superficial sociability a reproach to him.

Even Isabel's invidious kinsman was obliged to admit that he was just now a Ext associate. His good-humour was imperturbable, his knowledge of the right fact, his production of the right Eat to Live: The Revolutionary Formula for Fast and Sustained Weight Loss, as convenient as the friendly flicker of a match for your cigarette. Clearly he was amused- as amused as a man could be who was so little ever surprised, and that made him anv applausive.

It was not that his spirits were visibly high- he would never, in the concert of pleasure, touch the big drum by so much as a knuckle: he had a mortal dislike to the high, ragged note, to what he called random ravings.

He thought Miss Archer sometimes of too precipitate a readiness.

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