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Marietta - A Maid Of Venice - F. Marion Crawford
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[EAN: 9781443771375], Neubuch, F. MARION CRAWFORD,LITERARY, This item is printed on demand. Paperback. He confessed the latter fault with great humility to the curate of San Piero each year in Lent, but he would never admit it to any one else. Indeed, if any of his family ever suggested that he was somewhat hasty, he flew into such an ungovernable rage in proving the contrary that it was scarcely wise to stay in the house while the fit lasted. Marietta alone was safe. As for her brothers, though the eIder was nearly forty years old, it was not long since his father had given him a box on the ears which made him see simultmeously all the colours of all the glasses ever made in Murano before or since. It is true that Giovanni had timidly asked to be told one of the secrets for making fine red glass which old AngeIo had learned long ago from old Paolo Godi of Pergola, the famous chemist and these secrets were all carefully written out in the elaborate character of the late, fifteenth century, and Angelo kept the manuscript in an iron box, under his own bed, and wore the key on a small silver chain at his neck. He was a big old man, with fiery brown eyes, large features, and a very pale skin. His thick hair and short beard had once been red, and streaks of the strong colour still ran through the faded locks. His hands were large, but very skilful, and the long straight fingers were discoloured by contact with the substances he used in his experiments. He was jealous by nature, rather than uspicious. He had been jealous of his wife while she had lived, though a more devoted woman never fell to the lot of a lucky husband. Often, for weeks together, he had locked the door upon her and taken the key with him every morning when he left the house, though his furnaces were almost exactly opposite, on the other side of the narrow canal, so that by coming to the door he could have spoken with her at her window. But instead of doing this he used to look through a little grated opening which he had caused to be made in the wall of the glass-house and when his wife was seated at her window, at her embroidery, he could watch her unseen, for she was beautiful and he loved her. One day he saw a stranger standing by the waters edge, gazing at her, and he went out and threw the man into the canal. When she died, he said little, but he would not allow his own children to speak of her before him. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN.

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Marietta - A Maid of Venice
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Crawford, F. Marion

Titel:

Marietta - A Maid of Venice

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1443771376

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781443771375
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1443771376
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2008
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464 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,585 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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