By Josephine Daskam
Josephine evade Daskam, Mrs. Bacon (1876- 1961) used to be a prolific American writer. She wrote many books between that are: Smith university tales (1900), Sister's Vocation, and different ladies' tales (1900), Fables for the reasonable (1901), Whom the Gods Destroyed (1902), The insanity of Philip.. (1902), Poems (1903), within the Valley of the Shadow (1903), Julia the Apostate (1903), Mrs. Dud's Sister (1903), A Philanthropist (1903), A Reversion to style (1903), center elderly Love tales (1903), The relationship of girl Jane (1903), Her Fiancé (1904), Memoirs of a toddler (1904), The Imp and the Angel (1907), family Adventurers (1907), Idyll of All Fool's Day (1908), within the Border state (1909), The Biography of a Boy (1910), Inheritance (1912), unusual instances of Dr. Stanchon (1913), good fortune O' girl Joan (1913), To-day's Daughter (1914), Open industry (1915), Twilight of the Gods (1915) and Our Hill (1918).
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And all this time she called names from the interminable list, and mechanically corrected the mistakes of their owners. Her eyes went back to the girl in the middle row, who turned her head and yawned a little. They took their education very easily, these maidens. How she had saved and denied herself, and even consented to the indebtedness she so hated, to gain that coveted German winter! And how delightful it had been! Almost she saw again the dear home of that blessed year: the kindly housemother; the chubby Mädchen who knitted her a silk purse, and cried when she left; the father with his beloved ‘cello and his deep, honest voice.
She had a beautiful band of pearls on one finger: was it an engagementring? No, that would be a solitaire. And all this time she called names from the interminable list, and mechanically corrected the mistakes of their owners. Her eyes went back to the girl in the middle row, who turned her head and yawned a little. They took their education very easily, these maidens. How she had saved and denied herself, and even consented to the indebtedness she so hated, to gain that coveted German winter! And how delightful it had been!
But not before she had caught in his eyes a look that quickened her heart, that soothed her angry humility. The sudden sincere admiration, the involuntary tribute to her charm, was new to her, but the instinct of countless generations made it as plain and as much her prerogative as if she had been the most successful débutante. She was not, then, an object of pity, to be treasured for the sake of the old days; other men, too— the impulse outstripped thought, but she caught up with it. ” she murmured, with a consciousness of undreamed depths in herself.