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Goblin M"A?*Ket, And Oilier By D Poems ....
I Dost The guide inner not them thou unseen turning will long , poor toward ings soul of s ? the Me Yet soul I I , control receive
; Thoug If And thou charni h desire thou hearts , but it yet wish till shall they indeed come grieve to to choose pass : , Mlove ;
y I For cannot I have wish power , alas in ! earth and heaven above . —
" Whatneither choose nor wisli to choose ? and yet I still , must strive to win thee and constrain : in
For If How thou thee then I yet can hung dost I forget upon neither the ? cross lovenor pain hate ,
Nor Till I choose infuse as , nor love wish , hatred , —resi , long gn ing th , _yself , will . be — , still
I do not deprecate .
208 Notices Of Books.
208 NOTICES OF BOOKS .
Abel Drakes Wife, In A The 3stovel House...
Abel _Drakes Wife , in A the _3 _STovel House . B . y " John Xiockwood Saunders & , Co Author . of " The Shadow
"The Shadow in the House" is not a book to be forgotten . It was h in aving these not * so days exactl utterl y this y like drifted is any real other inal away and in book from somewhat the , and world its bap alas rare and tismal ! it praise able is title too to . be true as A classed to novel that be
of directl all y things in one the particular least orig family , not only as , having that particular moral belonging to itbut from bearing a very strong
or purpose , resemblance e < Abel Drake in every ' s Wife feature " is to a far a score more of remarkable its elder sisters book . than the readers will remember
well some " Shadow into trag the ic in , the if real not House health melodr . " That am natural atic had in current , cident as out s of whi the ch story would , and not which flow , y
• were ill-placed beside , the , true simple characters Mr . Saunders so "well There and grap is nothing hically drew of this . kind in Abel Drake : but let us begin
by babilit been noting y which easil the two is avoided blemishes twice repeated Twice in the , do and book earnest which —or , rather loving it seems the peop mi one le g , ht impro peop have le
-In too their with so live refined s y pass and at delicate . a party feeling ! A , sick purposel mother y let who a he has art-crisis been parted for nearly three from her darling soninvites a party
on the niht of his return years and receives him just as , her guests are arriving at last gained g and certain in their information presence , . of Then the death again of Lancelot Barbara , ' who s worth has
less husbandtells her of it aloud before a party of guests : instead of feeling that , the evidence of her should want of be sorrow kept , thoug almost h as perfectl sacred y
it natural as . the expression under there the are of circumstances grief often itself times , , had when her a want loss been of emotion such as should to excite be Nay ;
hidden and guarded with more reserve than its most vehement
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), May 1, 1862, page 208, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01051862/page/64/