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n a part, none ever kne
w--nor could she, perha
ps, have told. But the
rapture which informed
her features and elevat
ed her whole expression
but poorly prepared th
em for the change which
followed her first gla
nce around on nurse and
doctor. The beam which
lay across the bed had
been no brighter than
her eye during that fir
st tremulous instant of
renewed life. But the
clouds fell speedily an
d very human feelings p
eered from between thos
e lids as she murmured,
half petulantly: "Why
do you look at me so? O
h, I remember, I rememb
The House of the Whispering Pines by Green, Anna Katharine, 1846-1935