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. 1906 Excerpt: ... His power? JEANNE Gravely. Better than you, Seigneur. D'ALENCON At first amused, then strangely moved by this characterreading, drops again ...
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. 1906 Excerpt: ... His power? JEANNE Gravely. Better than you, Seigneur. D'ALENCON At first amused, then strangely moved by this characterreading, drops again the thread of his questioning in selfrevery. Better than I! He continues to watch and listen to Jeanne, absorbed in her as in some problem unsolved. LA TREMOUILLE You have observed, my friends, The circling orbit of these arguments, That veer like swallows round a chimney hole. Clearly we must await some valid sign Before we trust this maid. JEANNE My noble masters! I come not to Chinon to show you signs, But give me those good fighters, and for sign I will deliver Orleans. LA TREMOUILLE Have you, then, No other sign to show? JEANNE I have, indeed, A sign--but not for you. It may be seen By one alone, my Dauphin. CHARLES Me! By me? JEANNE O gentle Dauphin, by the love you bear To France, and by the love of France for you, Hear me--but not with these. CHARLES To all. Leave us alone. LA TREMOUILLE Aside. Remember, Charles, what black confederate Instructs this man-maid. CHARLES Let the court withdraw. LA TREMOUILLE Dryly, to Charles. I stay, my dear! JEANNE Very quietly, standing with her eyes focussed far, The Seigneur will withdraw. LA TREMOUILLE Drawing away after the others toward the stairway, overtakes De Chartres, aside. She is possessed. DE CHARTRES By angels. D'ALENCON Withdrawing last with La Hire. Friend La Hire, How much of miracle, think you, do we Ignore in simple nature? Charles is now left alone with Jeanne, beyond the others' hearing. CHARLES Shepherdess, How knewest thou it was I, among the many? JEANNE My Voices said, " Choose boldly," and I knew. CHARLES What voices, Jeanne? JEANNE You must believe in me To hear them. CHARLES Tell me; is it known of them Or thee--this doubt which is my stai...
Very good. No dust jacket. ix, 163 p., 1 l. : plates.; 19.5 cm. Includes Plates. Embossed pictorial cover. Interior is clean, tight and unmarked. The spine has darkened and there is minor wear to the cover.
Good. No DJ. 5" X 7.25" Ex Library Good/No DJ. Bound in orange cloth cover with gilt lettering on spine. Light bumping on corners and bottom and top of spine. Some very small stains on cover. Interior pages are mostly clean and clear with some spotting and library pencil markings on first 20 pages. 163 pages arecomplete.
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