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The Parsonage Porch Seven Stories From a Clergymans Note book

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The Parsonage Porch Seven Stories From a Clergymans Note book
Bradley Gilman
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Such a ruin, remaining thus undisturbed, year after year, was a sad con fession of failure ; where a family permanently WILLIS THE DREAMER. 153 retreats, from its larger occupancy, into more restricted quarters, the inference is inevitable that defeat has been accepted. My first impressions of the place were pe culiar ; as I approached it, I felt that the house itself was, in some way, almost uncanny. Per haps it was the overarching elms in the door- yard, and the mass of woodbine almost hiding... its front ; or possibly the idle words of my informant had aroused my fancy ; but the house certainly had an individuality, a kind of repressed personality of its own ; and it seemed to shrink back behind its mantle of vines, as if sensitive, under my too bold scrutiny. My sombre fancies speedily met a whole some corrective ; for the young woman of thirty, who opened the door, was prose itself; with sleeves rolled up, arms akimbo, an honest, sturdy, gray-eyed figure, she filled the door way, and had, a little, the air of sentryship.

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