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. Lind, irresolutely. "
Elinor, I--you--Will yo
u exercise your influen
ce to induce Marian to
return? I think you owe
me at least so much."
"I will if you will wit
hdraw your opposition t
o her marriage and let
her do as she likes. Bu
t if you can give her n
o better reason for ret
urning than that she ca
n be more conveniently
persecuted here than at
St. Mary's Terrace, sh
e will probably stay wh
ere she is, no matter h
ow I may influence her.
" "If she is resolved t
o quarrel with me, I ca
nnot help it," said Mr.
Lind, pettishly. "You
The Irrational Knot
Being the Second Novel of His Nonage by Shaw, George Bernard, 1856-1950