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Riassunto: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1921 Excerpt: ...for centuries, by these sewers, already old and living a lonely life, that we inevitably find secluded in the abominable sitting-room, with only a view of the patio, of our middle-class homes! Minute stitches on white cloth, you are like a never-ending poem, the dream poem of women, of which we know only the rhythm. I confess that a sewing-basket awakens within me, since I was told these things, a strange emotion, almost reverent, like a nest in which are sleeping wandering song-birds. Ana Maria's sewing-basket is a pattern of neatness; it would seem as though the song birds in that basket must be correct, little birds, indeed; although, the plying of the needle was rather irregular; sometimes it plied quickly, guided by a firm hand; the stitches grew and formed a good, straight line; but then, the rhythm was broken; but a few stitches were taken in a given time and they were irregularly distributed. After a while, the regular activity would be resumed, the well polished needle simply flying; soon it would again be arrested in its course, the idle hands cross themselves on the linen which had fallen to rest on her lap, while the gentle seamstress raised her eyes to the branches over head or lowered them to watch a colony of busy ants. And so, the morning slipped away between work and distractions; every now and then, too, Augustin could be heard singing in his studio. Whenever the sound of the joyous voice reached the garden, Anita smiled happily, even if the song were a bit off the key. What a simple, quiet thing is a happy day! Ana Maria was just bordering on this idea when Manuela came hurrying toward her greatly agitated. "Senorita, Sefiorita... "What is it?" asked Ana Maria somewhat alarmed. "A Senora who wants to see the Sefiorito....

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Descrizione libro RareBooksClub. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 84 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.2in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1921 Excerpt: . . . for centuries, by these sewers, already old and living a lonely life, that we inevitably find secluded in the abominable sitting-room, with only a view of the patio, of our middle-class homes! Minute stitches on white cloth, you are like a never-ending poem, the dream poem of women, of which we know only the rhythm. I confess that a sewing-basket awakens within me, since I was told these things, a strange emotion, almost reverent, like a nest in which are sleeping wandering song-birds. Ana Marias sewing-basket is a pattern of neatness; it would seem as though the song birds in that basket must be correct, little birds, indeed; although, the plying of the needle was rather irregular; sometimes it plied quickly, guided by a firm hand; the stitches grew and formed a good, straight line; but then, the rhythm was broken; but a few stitches were taken in a given time and they were irregularly distributed. After a while, the regular activity would be resumed, the well polished needle simply flying; soon it would again be arrested in its course, the idle hands cross themselves on the linen which had fallen to rest on her lap, while the gentle seamstress raised her eyes to the branches over head or lowered them to watch a colony of busy ants. And so, the morning slipped away between work and distractions; every now and then, too, Augustin could be heard singing in his studio. Whenever the sound of the joyous voice reached the garden, Anita smiled happily, even if the song were a bit off the key. What a simple, quiet thing is a happy day! Ana Maria was just bordering on this idea when Manuela came hurrying toward her greatly agitated. Senorita, Sefiorita. . . What is it asked Ana Maria somewhat alarmed. A Senora who wants to see the Sefiorito. . . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Codice libro della libreria 9781231107744

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