A frequent source of complaint with Eustace, when he had no more
immediate displeasure, was that he had not known his father. He had
formed a mental image of the late Mr. Garnyer which I am afraid
hardly tallied at all points with the original. He knew that his
father had been a man of pleasure, and he had painted his portrait
in ideal hues. What a charming father----a man of pleasure the boy
thought, fancying that gentlemen of this stamp take their pleasure
in the nursery.
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