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Morganatic (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 7 feb 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1905 Excerpt: ... BOOK III Siegfried had spent the afternoon at a dress rehearsal at one of the Boulevard theatres; he had been vastly bored, had gone afterwards to his shooting-gallery, had placed a dozen bullets with his usual skill, and, much pleased with himself, went home in time to dress for dinner. He found Coppee and Posner in the drawing-room, and vouchsafed them a curt greeting. Inquiring for his mother, Janusz informed him that she had not been out that afternoon, and was now dressing. He went to his room, accompanied by Janusz, who gave him a helping hand. He performed his task in silence, for he considered it superfluous to tell his young master what had happened in his absence. Siegfried was ready in a quarter of an hour. Passing Nicoline's door on his way down, he knocked and called out cheerfully--"Are you ready, Nicoline?" Now Janusz thought it time to open his mouth. "Fraulein Nicoline is not there, your highness." "Is she down already?" asked Siegfried. "No, your highness; Fraulein Nicoline has gone away." "Gone away? To dinner?" "Away from the house, your highness, with her things." Siegfried opened his eyes wide, and looked at the servant's cunning, smooth face with the greatest astonishment. His habitual self-control helped him to restrain his movements. Without a word he left Janusz, and knocked at the door of his mother's boudoir. Bertha opened it, and looked somewhat embarrassed when she saw who it was. He did not notice it, bat walked straight up to the baroness who, sitting in front of her triple mirror in her dressing-jacket, was occupied in rouging her heavy, pale cheeks. She looked up at her son, and gave him her hand to kiss. He responded formally, and said quickly--"What does Janusz mean? He says Nicoline has left the house. What am I to under...

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