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The Scarlet Car

The Scarlet Car

The Scarlet Car For a long time it had been arranged they all should go to the...
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Author: Davis, Richard Harding,1864-1916
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Language: English
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The Scarlet Car

The Scarlet Car

$262.54 $4.68

The Scarlet Car

$262.54 $4.68
Author: Davis, Richard Harding,1864-1916
Format: eBook
Language: English

The Scarlet Car

For a long time it had been arranged they all should go to the Harvard and Yale game in Winthrop's car. It was perfectly well understood. Even Peabody, who pictured himself and Miss Forbes in the back of the car, with her brother and Winthrop in front, condescended to approve. It was necessary to invite Peabody because it was his great good fortune to be engaged to Miss Forbes. Her brother Sam had been invited, not only because he could act as chaperon for his sister, but because since they were at St. Paul's, Winthrop and he, either as participants or spectators, had never missed going together to the Yale-Harvard game. And Beatrice Forbes herself had been invited because she was herself. When at nine o'clock on the morning of the game, Winthrop stopped the car in front of her door, he was in love with all the world. In the November air there was a sting like frost-bitten cider, in the sky there was a brilliant, beautiful sun, in the wind was the tingling touch of three ice-chilled rivers. And in the big house facing Central Park, outside of which his prancing steed of brass and scarlet chugged and protested and trembled with impatience, was the most wonderful girl in all the world. It was true she was engaged to be married, and not to him. But she was not yet married. And to-day it would be his privilege to carry her through the State of New York and the State of Connecticut, and he would snatch glimpses of her profile rising from the rough fur collar, of her wind-blown hair, of the long, lovely lashes under the gray veil. ......Buy Now (To Read More)

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Ebook Number: 358
Author: Davis, Richard Harding
Release Date: Nov 1, 1995
Format: eBook
Language: English

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