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her from the evil of ma
rrying Leonard in case
he should repent of his
harshness, and later o
n yield himself to her
wooing? The fierce move
ment of her whole body,
which almost threw the
clothes from her bed,
as the shameful recolle
ction rolled over her,
marked the measure of h
er self-disdain. One ot
her alternative there w
as; but it seemed so re
mote, so far-fetched, s
o noble, so unlike what
a woman would do, that
she could only regard
it in a shamefaced way.
She put the matter to
herself questioningly,
and with a meekness whi
The Man by Stoker, Bram, 1847-1912