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A Mere Interlude

A Mere Interlude, Thomas Hardy
Yazar: Thomas Hardy
Yayınevi: Platanus Publishing
Barkod 
:
 9786257923613
Boyut 
:
 13.50x21.00
Sayfa Sayısı 
:
 49
Basım Yeri 
:
 İstanbul
Baskı 
:
 1
Basım Tarihi 
:
 2020-03
Kapak Türü 
:
 Ciltsiz
Kağıt Türü 
:
 2. Hamur
Dili 
:
 İngilizce
30,00

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“The schoolmistress assured her landlady that she could return the sentiment. ‘But here comes my perplexity,' she said. ‘I don't like keeping school. Ah, you are surprised--you didn't suspect it. That's because I've concealed my feeling. Well, I simply hate school. I don't care for children-- they are unpleasant, troublesome little things, whom nothing would delight so much as to hear that you had fallen down dead. Yet I would even put up with them if it was not for the inspector. For three months before his visit I didn't sleep soundly. And the Committee of Council are always changing the Code, so that you don't know what to teach, and what to leave untaught. I think father and mother are right. They say I shall never excel as a schoolmistress if I dislike the work so, and that therefore I ought to get settled by marrying Mr Heddegan. Between us two, I like him better than school; but I don't like him quite so much as to wish to marry him.”

A Mere Interlude
A Mere Interlude
Platanus Publishing
30.00

“The schoolmistress assured her landlady that she could return the sentiment. ‘But here comes my perplexity,' she said. ‘I don't like keeping school. Ah, you are surprised--you didn't suspect it. That's because I've concealed my feeling. Well, I simply hate school. I don't care for children-- they are unpleasant, troublesome little things, whom nothing would delight so much as to hear that you had fallen down dead. Yet I would even put up with them if it was not for the inspector. For three months before his visit I didn't sleep soundly. And the Committee of Council are always changing the Code, so that you don't know what to teach, and what to leave untaught. I think father and mother are right. They say I shall never excel as a schoolmistress if I dislike the work so, and that therefore I ought to get settled by marrying Mr Heddegan. Between us two, I like him better than school; but I don't like him quite so much as to wish to marry him.”

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