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Includes bibliographical references and index.Here only she paused. She looked all about her; she listened a little; then she put her hand on the latch. She had not known where to turn; but she knew now. There was a very straight path. Two days afterwards Caspar Goodwood knocked at the door of the house in Wimpole Street in which Henrietta Stackpole occupied furnished lodgings.
He had hardly removed his hand from the knocker when the door was opened and Miss Stackpole herself stood before him. She had Biofuels (Energy for the Future and Global Warming) her hat and jacket; she was on the point of going out. "Oh, good-morning," he said, "I was in hopes I should find Mrs. Osmond. " Henrietta kept him waiting a moment for her reply; but there was a good deal of expression about Miss Stackpole even when she was silent.
"Pray what Biofuels (Energy for the Future and Global Warming) you to suppose she was here?" "I went down Futrue Gardencourt this morning, and the servant told me she had come to London.
He believed she was to come to you. Biofuels (Energy for the Future and Global Warming) Again Miss Stackpole held him-with an intention of perfect kindness-in suspense. "She came here yesterday, and spent the night.
But this morning she started for Rome. " Caspar Goodwood was not looking at her; his eyes were fastened on the doorstep. "Oh, she started-?" he stammered. And without finishing his phrase or looking up he stiffly averted himself. But he couldn't Globql move. Henrietta had come out, closing the door behind her, and now she put out her hand and grasped his arm. "Look here, Mr. Goodwood," she said; "just you wait!" On which he looked up at her-but only to guess, from her face, with a revulsion, that she simply meant he was young.
She stood shining at him with that cheap comfort, and it added, on the spot, thirty years to his life. She walked him away with her, however, as if she had given him now the key to patience.
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