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 On Something 1 | Ecrit le 05-08-2011 13h59Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
On SomethingbyH. Belloc THE CRISISPLACE: _The Study at the Vicarage_. TIME 9.15 _p.m._DRAMATIS PERSONATHE REV. ARCHIBALD HAVERTON: The Vicar.MRS. HAVERTON: His Wife.MISS GROSVENOR: A Governess.MATILDA: A Maid.FIDO: A Dog.HERMIONE COBLEY: Daughter of a cottager who takes in washing.MISS HARVEY:...

 MY MAN JEEVES 8 (THE END) | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 16h26Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
MY MAN JEEVES BY P. G. WODEHOUSE       THE AUNT AND THE SLUGGARD Now that it's all over, I may as well admit that there was a time during the rather funny affair of Rockmetteller Todd when I thought that Jeeves was going to let me down. The man had the appearance of being baffled. Jeeves is my man, you know....

 MY MAN JEEVES 7 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 16h26Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
MY MAN JEEVES BY P. G. WODEHOUSE       DOING CLARENCE A BIT OF GOOD Have you ever thought aboutand, when I say thought about, I mean really carefully considered the question ofthe coolness, the cheek, or, if you prefer it, the gall with which Woman, as a sex, fairly bursts? I have, by Jove! But then I've had...

 MY MAN JEEVES 6 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 16h25Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
MY MAN JEEVES BY P. G. WODEHOUSE       RALLYING ROUND OLD GEORGE I think one of the rummiest affairs I was ever mixed up with, in the course of a lifetime devoted to butting into other people's business, was that affair of George Lattaker at Monte Carlo. I wouldn't bore you, don't you know, for the world, but I...

 MY MAN JEEVES 5 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 16h24Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
MY MAN JEEVES BY P. G. WODEHOUSE       HELPING FREDDIE I don't want to bore you, don't you know, and all that sort of rot, but I must tell you about dear old Freddie Meadowes. I'm not a flier at literary style, and all that, but I'll get some writer chappie to give the thing a wash and brush up when I've finished,...

 MY MAN JEEVES 4 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 16h24Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
MY MAN JEEVES BY P. G. WODEHOUSE       ABSENT TREATMENT I want to tell you all about dear old Bobbie Cardew. It's a most interesting story. I can't put in any literary style and all that; but I don't have to, don't you know, because it goes on its Moral Lesson. If you're a man you mustn't miss it, because it'll...

 MY MAN JEEVES 3 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 16h23Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
MY MAN JEEVES BY P. G. WODEHOUSE       JEEVES AND THE HARD-BOILED EGG Sometimes of a morning, as I've sat in bed sucking down the early cup of tea and watched my man Jeeves flitting about the room and putting out the raiment for the day, I've wondered what the deuce I should do if the fellow ever took it into his...

 MY MAN JEEVES 2 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 16h23Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
MY MAN JEEVES BY P. G. WODEHOUSE     JEEVES AND THE UNBIDDEN GUEST I'm not absolutely certain of my facts, but I rather fancy it's Shakespeareor, if not, it's some equally brainy ladwho says that it's always just when a chappie is feeling particularly top-hole, and more than usually braced with things in general that Fate...

 MY MAN JEEVES 1 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 16h22Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
MY MAN JEEVES BY P. G. WODEHOUSE   LEAVE IT TO JEEVES Jeevesmy man, you knowis really a most extraordinary chap. So capable. Honestly, I shouldn't know what to do without him. On broader lines he's like those chappies who sit peering sadly over the marble battlements at the Pennsylvania Station in the place marked "Inquiries." You know the...

 The Abbot 36 (THE END) | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 15h37Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Thirty-Eighth.My native land, good night!BYRON.Many a bitter tear was shed, during the hasty flight of Queen Mary,over fallen hopes, future prospects, and slaughtered friends. Thedeaths of the brave Douglas, and of the fiery but gallant youngSeyton, seemed to affect the Queen as much as the fall...

 The Abbot 35 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 15h36Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Thirty-Seventh.Ay, sir--our ancient crown, in these wild times,Oft stood upon a cast--the gamester's ducat,So often staked, and lost, and then regain'd,Scarce knew so many hazards.THE SPANISH FATHER.It is not our object to enter into the historical part of the reign ofthe ill-fated Mary, or...

 The Abbot 34 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 15h35Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Thirty-Sixth.He mounted himself on a coal-black steed,And her on a freckled gray,With a bugelet horn hung down from his side,And roundly they rode away.OLD BALLAD.The influence of the free air, the rushing of the horses over high andlow, the ringing of the bridles, the excitation at once...

 The Abbot 33 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 15h34Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Thirty-Fifth.It is a time of danger, not of revel,When churchmen turn to masquers.SPANISH FATHER.The enterprise of Roland Graeme appeared to prosper. A trinket or two,of which the work did not surpass the substance, (for the materialswere silver, supplied by the Queen,) were judiciously presented...

 The Abbot 32 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 15h34Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Thirty-Fourth.Ay, Pedro,--Come you here with mask and lantern.Ladder of ropes and other moonshine tools--Why, youngster, thou mayst cheat the old Duenna,Flatter the waiting-woman, bribe the valet;But know, that I her father play the Gryphon,Tameless and sleepless, proof to fraud or bribe,And...

 The Abbot 31 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 15h33Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Thirty-Third.Death distant?--No, alas! he's ever with us,And shakes the dart at us in all our actings:He lurks within our cup, while we're in health;Sits by our sick-bed, mocks our medicines;We cannot walk, or sit, or ride, or travel,But Death is by to seize us when he lists.THE SPANISH...

 The Abbot 30 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 15h32Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Thirty-Second.It is the curse of kings to be attendedBy slaves, who take their humours for a warrantTo break into the bloody house of life,And on the winking of authorityTo understand a law.KING JOHN.The Lady of Lochleven sat alone in her chamber, endeavouring withsincere but imperfect...

 The Abbot 29 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 15h31Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Thirty-First.Poison'd--ill fare!--dead, forsook, cast off!--KING JOHN.However weary Roland Graeme might be of the Castle ofLochleven--however much he might wish that the plan for Mary's escapehad been perfected, I question if he ever awoke with more pleasingfeelings than on the morning after...

 The Abbot 28 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 15h31Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Thirtieth.In some breasts passion lies conceal'd and silent,Like war's swart powder in a castle vault,Until occasion, like the linstock, lights it:Then comes at once the lightning--and the thunder,And distant echoes tell that all is rent asunder.OLD PLAY.Roland Graeme, availing himself of a...

 The Abbot 27 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 15h30Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Twenty-Ninth.Pray God she prove not masculine ere long!KING HENRY VI.Dismissed from the old man's garden, Roland Graeme found that a grassypaddock, in which sauntered two cows, the property of the gardener,still separated him from the village. He paced through it, lost inmeditation upon the...

 The Abbot 26 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 15h29Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Twenty-Eighth.Yes, it is he whose eyes look'd on thy childhood,And watch'd with trembling hope thy dawn of youth,That now, with these same eyeballs dimm'd with age,And dimmer yet with tears, sees thy dishonour.OLD PLAY.At the entrance of the principal, or indeed, so to speak, the...


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