George MacDonald

The Light Princess

64 printed pages
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    missninahas quotedlast year
    Perhaps the best thing for the princess would have been to fall in love. But how a princess who had no gravity could fall into anything is a difficulty—perhaps THE difficulty.
    missninahas quotedlast year
    I never heard of her loving anybody but herself, and I do not think she could have managed that if she had not somehow got used to herself.
    missninahas quotedlast year
    She was a sour, spiteful creature. The wrinkles of contempt crossed the wrinkles of peevishness, and made her face as full of wrinkles as a pat of butter.
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