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ANN VERONICA TALKS TO HER FATHER-1-2
ANN VERONICA TALKS TO HER FATHER-3-4
ANN VERONICA TALKS TO HER FATHER-5-6
ANN VERONICA TALKS TO HER FATHER-7
ANN VERONICA GATHERS POINTS OF VIEW-1-2
ANN VERONICA GATHERS POINTS OF VIEW-3
THE MORNING OF THE CRISIS-1-2
THE MORNING OF THE CRISIS-3-4-5
THE MORNING OF THE CRISIS-6-7
THE CRISIS-1-2-3-4
THE FLIGHT TO LONDON-1-2-3
THE FLIGHT TO LONDON-4-5-6
EXPOSTULATIONS-1-2-3-4
EXPOSTULATIONS-5-6
IDEALS AND A REALITY-1-2
IDEALS AND A REALITY-3-4
IDEALS AND A REALITY-5-6-7
BIOLOGY-1-2
BIOLOGY-3-4-5-6
BIOLOGY-7-8-9
DISCORDS-1
DISCORDS-2-3-4
DISCORDS-5-6-8-9
THE SUFFRAGETTES-1-2-3
THE SUFFRAGETTES-4-5
THOUGHTS IN PRISON-1-2-3-4-5-6
ANN VERONICA PUTS THINGS IN ORDER-1-2-3-4-5-6-7
THE SAPPHIRE RING-1-2-3-4
THE SAPPHIRE RING-5-6
THE COLLAPSE OF THE PENITENT-1-2-3
THE COLLAPSE OF THE PENITENT-4-5-6
THE LAST DAYS AT HOME-1-2-3
IN THE MOUNTAINS-1-2-3-4
IN THE MOUNTAINS-5-6-7-8-9-10-11
IN PERSPECTIVE-1-2-3

whether to pelt or not--" 

 

"That depends whether we carry ourselves as though we expected pelting," 

said Ann Veronica. 

 

"We won't." 

 

"No fear!" 

 

"Then, as we succeed, it will begin to sidle back to us. It will do its 

best to overlook things--" 

 

"If we let it, poor dear." 

 

"That's if we succeed. If we fail," said Capes, "then--" 

 

"We aren't going to fail," said Ann Veronica. 

 

Life seemed a very brave and glorious enterprise to Ann Veronica that 

day. She was quivering with the sense of Capes at her side and glowing 

with heroic love; it seemed to her that if they put their hands jointly 

against the Alps and pushed they would be able to push them aside. She 

lay and nibbled at a sprig of dwarf rhododendron. 

 

"FAIL!" she said. 


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