• 日期:2021-05-07 Let other pens dwell on guilt and misery. I quit such odious subjects as soon as I can, impatient to restore everybody, not greatly in fault themselves, to tolerable comfort, and to have done with all the rest. My Fanny, indeed, at this very time, I... 閱讀全文>>

    日期:2021-05-07 It had been a miserable party, each of the three believing themselves most miserable. Mrs. Norris, however, as most attached to Maria, was really the greatest sufferer. Maria was her first favourite, the dearest of all; the match had been her own co... 閱讀全文>>

    日期:2021-05-07 As Fanny could not doubt that her answer was conveying a real disappointment, she was rather in expectation, from her knowledge of Miss Crawfords temper, of being urged again; and though no second letter arrived for the space of a week, she had stil... 閱讀全文>>

    日期:2021-05-07 At about the weeks end from his return to Mansfield, Toms immediate danger was over, and he was so far pronounced safe as to make his mother perfectly easy; for being now used to the sight of him in his suffering, helpless state, and hearing only th... 閱讀全文>>

    日期:2021-05-07 Seven weeks of the two months were very nearly gone, when the one letter, the letter from Edmund, so long expected, was put into Fannys hands. As she opened, and saw its length, she prepared herself for a minute detail of happiness and a profusion o... 閱讀全文>>

    日期:2021-05-07 It was presumed that Mr. Crawford was travelling back, to London, on the morrow, for nothing more was seen of him at Mr. Prices; and two days afterwards, it was a fact ascertained to Fanny by the following letter from his sister, opened and read by... 閱讀全文>>

    日期:2021-05-07 The Prices were just setting off for church the next day when Mr. Crawford appeared again. He came, not to stop, but to join them; he was asked to go with them to the Garrison chapel, which was exactly what he had intended, and they all walked thith... 閱讀全文>>

    日期:2021-05-07 A week was gone since Edmund might be supposed in town, and Fanny had heard nothing of him. There were three different conclusions to be drawn from his silence, between which her mind was in fluctuation; each of them at times being held the most pro... 閱讀全文>>

    日期:2021-05-07 Fanny was right enough in not expecting to hear from Miss Crawford now at the rapid rate in which their correspondence had begun; Marys next letter was after a decidedly longer interval than the last, but she was not right in supposing that such an... 閱讀全文>>

    日期:2021-05-07 Could Sir Thomas have seen all his nieces feelings, when she wrote her first letter to her aunt, he would not have despaired; for though a good nights rest, a pleasant morning, the hope of soon seeing William again, and the comparatively quiet state... 閱讀全文>>

    日期:2021-05-07 The novelty of travelling, and the happiness of being with William, soon produced their natural effect on Fannys spirits, when Mansfield Park was fairly left behind; and by the time their first stage was ended, and they were to quit Sir Thomass carr... 閱讀全文>>

    日期:2021-05-07 Mr. Crawford gone, Sir Thomass next object was that he should be missed; and he entertained great hope that his niece would find a blank in the loss of those attentions which at the time she had felt, or fancied, an evil. She had tasted of consequen... 閱讀全文>>

    日期:2021-05-07 Edmund now believed himself perfectly acquainted with all that Fanny could tell, or could leave to be conjectured of her sentiments, and he was satisfied. It had been, as he before presumed, too hasty a measure on Crawfords side, and time must be gi... 閱讀全文>>

    日期:2021-05-07 Edmund had determined that it belonged entirely to Fanny to chuse whether her situation with regard to Crawford should be mentioned between them or not; and that if she did not lead the way, it should never be touched on by him; but after a day or t... 閱讀全文>>

    日期:2021-05-07 Edmund had great things to hear on his return. Many surprises were awaiting him. The first that occurred was not least in interest: the appearance of Henry Crawford and his sister walking together through the village as he rode into it. He had concl... 閱讀全文>>

    日期:2021-05-07 The conference was neither so short nor so conclusive as the lady had designed. The gentleman was not so easily satisfied. He had all the disposition to persevere that Sir Thomas could wish him. He had vanity, which strongly inclined him in the firs... 閱讀全文>>

    日期:2021-05-07 Fanny had by no means forgotten Mr. Crawford when she awoke the next morning; but she remembered the purport of her note, and was not less sanguine as to its effect than she had been the night before. If Mr. Crawford would but go away! That was what... 閱讀全文>>

    日期:2021-05-07 Henry Crawford was at Mansfield Park again the next morning, and at an earlier hour than common visiting warrants. The two ladies were together in the breakfast-room, and, fortunately for him, Lady Bertram was on the very point of quitting it as he... 閱讀全文>>

    日期:2021-05-07 Miss Crawfords uneasiness was much lightened by this conversation, and she walked home again in spirits which might have defied almost another week of the same small party in the same bad weather, had they been put to the proof; but as that very eve... 閱讀全文>>

    日期:2021-05-07 The ball was over, and the breakfast was soon over too; the last kiss was given, and William was gone. Mr. Crawford had, as he foretold, been very punctual, and short and pleasant had been the meal. After seeing William to the last moment, Fanny wal... 閱讀全文>>

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