Friday, August 31, 2007

Jane Austen Sense and Sensibility

"He received the kindest welcome from her; and shyness, coldness, reserve, could not stand against such a reception."

"'Well,' said he, 'we have brought you some strangers. How do you like them?'"

"To prevent the possibility of mistake, be so good as to look at this face."

Once again, these are by someone named C. E. Brock, dated 1898, for a 1906 multi-volume set of the works of Jane Austen.

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