The Mysteries of Udolpho, Ann Radcliffe
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Ann Radcliffe

The Mysteries of Udolpho

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I have solicited to see you this evening, that I might, at least, be spared the further torture of suspense, which your altered manner had occasioned me, and which the hints I have just received from the Count have in part explained.
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pastoral supper of cream and fruits was often spread beneath it
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loved the soothing hour
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heart was occupied
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Here, too, he loved to read
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loved to sit in the fine evenings
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opened upon the grandeur of the mountains,
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cedar, they enjoyed their simple repast, made
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beautifully adorn the bosom of these mountains
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To this spot he had been attached from his infancy
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St. Aubert had too nice a sense of honour
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M. St. Aubert loved to wander, with his wife and daughter, on the margin of the Garonne
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the plains of Guienne and Languedoc were lost in the mist of distance
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From its windows were seen the pastoral landscapes of Guienne and Gascony stretching along the river
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stood, in the year 1584, the chateau of Monsieur St. Aubert.
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though splendour may grace happiness, virtue only can bestow it.
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with the ardent curiosity
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had neither humanity to feel
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The latter, indeed, described the few festivities which the turbulence of that period permitted to the court of Henry the Third, with a minuteness, that somewhat recompensed for his ostentation;
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display of his intelligence and his connections
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