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sat there ever so long, and it seemed to make me better. Jest looking over the marsh like, and seeing the sunset ...
`Very likely,' said Ann, after a long interval, `it isn't so bad as you think it is, Artie.'
`It's bad,' said Kipps.
`Very likely, after all, it isn't quite so bad. If there's only a little '
There came another long silence.
`Ann,' said Kipps, in the quiet darkness.
`Yes,' said Ann.
`Ann,' said Kipps, and stopped as though he had hastily shut a door upon speech.
`I kep' thinking,' he said, trying again-'kep' thinking, after all, I been cross to you and a fool about thingsabout them cards, Ann-but'-his voice shook to pieces`we 'ave been 'appy, Ann .... some'ow .... togever.'
And with that he and then she fell into a passion of weeping.
They clung very tightly together-closer than they had been since ever the first brightness of their married days turned to the gray of common life again ....
All the disaster in the world could not prevent their going to sleep at last with their poor little troubled heads close together on one pillow. There was nothing more to be done; there was nothing more to be thought. Time might go on with his mischiefs, but for a little while at least they still had one another.

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Kipps returned from his second interview with Mr. Bean in a state of strange excitement. He let himself in with his latch-key and slammed the door. 'Ann!' he shouted, in an unusual note; `Ann!'
Ann replied distantly.
`Something to tell you,' said Kipps; `something noo!'
Ann appeared apprehensive from the kitchen.
`Ann,' he said, going before her into the little diningroom, for his news was too dignified for the passage, `very likely, Ann, o' Bean says, we shall 'ave ' He decided to prolong the suspense. `Guess!'
`I can't, Artie.'
`Think of a lot of money!'

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Jest looking over what is marsh like, and seeing what is sunset ... `Very likely,' said Ann, after a long interval, `it isn't so bad as you think it is, Artie.' `It's bad,' said Kipps. `Very likely, after all, it isn't quite so bad. If there's only a little ' There came another long silence. `Ann,' said Kipps, in what is quiet darkness. `Yes,' said Ann. `Ann,' said Kipps, and stopped as though he had hastily shut a door upon speech. `I kep' thinking,' he said, trying again-'kep' thinking, after all, I been cross to you and a fool about thingsabout them cards, Ann-but'-his voice shook to pieces`we 'ave been 'appy, Ann .... some'ow .... togever.' And with that he and then she fell into a passion of weeping. They clung very tightly together-closer than they had been since ever what is first brightness of their married days turned to what is gray of common life again .... All what is disaster in what is world could not prevent their going to sleep at last with their poor little troubled heads close together on one pillow. There was nothing more to be done; there was nothing more to be thought. Time might go on with his mischiefs, but for a little while at least they still had one another. where is strong § 3 Kipps returned from his second interview with Mr. Bean in a state of strange excitement. He let himself in with his latch-key and slammed what is door. 'Ann!' he shouted, in an unusual note; `Ann!' Ann replied distantly. `Something to tell you,' said Kipps; `something noo!' Ann appeared apprehensive from what is kitchen. `Ann,' he said, going before her into what is little diningroom, for his news was too dignified for what is passage, `very likely, Ann, o' Bean says, we shall 'ave ' He decided to prolong what is suspense. `Guess!' `I can't, Artie.' `Think of a lot of money!' where is Server.Execute("_SiteMap.asp") % travel books: Kipps (1905) books

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