And Philip, whom the idea of Italy always intoxicated, had started
again, telling her of the supreme moments of her coming journey-the
Campanile of Airolo, which would burst on her when she emerged from
the St. Gothard tunnel, presaging the future; the view of the
Ticino and Lago Maggiore as the train climbed the slopes of Monte
Cenere; the view of Lugano, the view of Como-Italy gathering thick
around her now-the arrival at her first resting-place, when, after
long driving through dark and dirty streets, she should at last
behold, amid the roar of trams and the glare of arc lamps, the
buttresses of the cathedral of Milan. "Handkerchiefs and collars,"
screamed Harriet, "in my inlaid box I've lent you my inlaid box."
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