Excerpt: ...find no days more delightful than those we have spent
in this green isle so secret and so secure. Let us yet see the sun
go down here two or three times more." "Just as my lord wills,"
replied Undine meekly. "Only we must remember, that my
foster-parents will, at all events, see me depart with pain; and
should they now, for the first time, discover the true soul in me,
and how fervently I can now love and honour them, their feeble eyes
would surely become blind with weeping. As yet they consider my
present quietness and gentleness as of no better promise than they
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Friedrich Heinrich Karl La Motte-Fouqu e
||246 x 189 x 2mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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