The Wandering Jew — Volume 10 The Wandering Jew — Volume 10

The Wandering Jew — Volume 10

Publisher Description

During the painful scene that we have just described, a lively emotion glowed in the countenance of Mdlle. de Cardoville, grown pale and thin with sorrow. Her cheeks, once so full, were now slightly hollowed, whilst a faint line of transparent azure encircled those large black eyes, no longer so bright as formerly. But the charming lips, though contracted by painful anxiety, had retained their rich and velvet moisture. To attend more easily to Mother Bunch, Adrienne had thrown aside her bonnet, and the silky waves of her beautiful golden hair almost concealed her face as she bent over the mattress, rubbing the thin, ivory hands of the poor sempstress, completely called to life by the salubrious freshness of the air, and by the strong action of the salts which Adrienne carried in her smelling-bottle.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
1857
1 January
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
180
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SELLER
Public Domain
SIZE
130.8
KB

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