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Saint's Progress

I-I got lost; and a man-caught my foot, in there!'
Moved beyond control by the little gulps and gasps of her breathing, he stepped forward and put his hands on her shoulders. He held her lightly, without speaking, terrified lest he should wound her pride.
`I-I got in there,' she gasped, `and the trees-and I stumbled over a man asleep, and he...'
`Yes, yes, I know,' he murmured, as if to a child. She had dropped her arms now, and he could see her face, with eyes unnaturally dilated, and lips quivering. Then, moved again beyond control, he drew her so close that he could feel the throbbing of her heart, and put his lips to her forehead all wet with heat. She closed her eyes, gave a little choke, and buried her face against his coat.
`There, there, my darlingl' he kept on saying. `There, there, my darling!' He could feel the snuggling of her cheek against his shoulder. He had got her-had got her! He was somehow certain that she would not draw back now. And in the wonder and ecstasy of that thought, all the world above her head, the stars in their courses, the wood which had frightened her, seemed miracles of beauty and fitness. By such fortune as had never come to man, he had got her! And he murmured over and over again: `I love you!' She was resting perfectly quiet against him, while her heart ceased gradually to beat so fast. He could feel her cheek rubbing against his coat of Harris tweed. Suddenly she sniffed at it, and whispered: `It smells good.'

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When summer sun has burned all Egypt, the white man looks eagerly each day for evening, whose rose-coloured veil melts opalescent into the dun drift of the hills, and iridescent above, into the slowly deepening blue. Pierson stood gazing at the mystery of the desert from under the

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