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somehow, to work it out with me?" forget self. Under such influences She will. Curtain. I am inclined to she is able to make any sacrifice, and laugh at this, as I did not laugh at a brave enough to bear any cross. Her similar situation in Ernest Poole's education within the home cultivates His Family, because, apart from this simplicity of heart, natural grace of motive, A Daughter of the Morning manner, unquestioning obedience is sheer romance of the pretty sort, and love of duty. ..." Heavens! with appropriate machinery and ac what an ideal to hold up before the cessories. The feminist flavour has occidental girl of the twentieth centhe effect of one of those strange tury--the ideal of her own silly old sauces with which experts of the soda great-grandmother! According to this fountain are now crowning the most reactionary chronicler, "it has prounlikely substances: we have the lit duced one of the finest, sweetest erary "sundae," also.
types of womanhood that the world The reader who is a bit surfeited has ever known," and she here tells with this kind of thing may guiltily a tale of a little Japanese which enjoy, now and then, a story like The would seem to bear out her contenHeart of O Sono San. Here, contrary tion. O Sono San does not find hapto certain expectations which might piness, in the sense of getting what be roused by the title, of something in she wants; she loses, in the name of the Madame Butterfly line, he will obedience and duty, her beloved doll, find an open celebration of the old her lover, and her son, who dies for fashioned woman, as exemplified by Japan at the taking of Port Arthur. the woman of Japan. In her Preface And yet she has not failed: "Regret, the author has the temerity to assert -regret—? Her life would be one not only that these women are the long sorrow, but above that sorrow conservers of the best and oldest and the heart-breaking knowledge ideals of Japan, but that they are so that she must be forever alone, was by virtue of their fulfilment of the the exultant thought that she had old ideal of womanly character: helped pay the price of victory. She "They still believe that the only had given a life, more than her life, qualities that benefit a woman are she had given the life of her son." gentle obedience, chastity, mercy and The little story, as artless in its quietness. She is taught from in structure as Potterat, is told with fancy to love, yield, help others and great delicacy and sympathy.
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