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Unformatted text preview: ck over the rumbling car, "ruin your- self in the process. I am father to the finest law firm in the city! Sue! I cannot wait." The car made its way awkwardly and noisily up St. Charles, yet faster than any horse-drawn carriage. And the girl sat still between Richard and me, under Stella's curious eye, staring at everything as if she had never been out of doors before. Mary Beth waited on the step. "And what do you mean to do with her?" "Richard," I said, "I can't walk any farther." 37i "I'll fetch the boys, Julien," he cried, and off he ran, calling and clapping. Stella and the girl climbed down and Stella lifted both her hands to me. "I've got you, darling. I won't let you fall, my hero." The girl stood with her hands at her sides, staring at me, and then at Mary Beth, and then at the house, and at the servant boys who came running. "What do you mean to do with her?" Mary Beth demanded again. "Child, will you come into our house?" I sa...
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2010 for the course WRITING 220.200 taught by Professor Julie during the Spring '10 term at Johns Hopkins.
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