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Dawn

By Haggard, Henry Rider

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Title: Dawn  
Author: Haggard, Henry Rider
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
Collections: Blackmask Online Collection
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Excerpt: ?You lie; you always were a liar, and you always will be a liar. You told my father how I spent the money.? ?Well, and what if I did? I had to look after myself, I suppose. You forget that I am only here on sufferance, whilst you are the son of the house. It does not matter to you, but he would have turned me out of doors,? whined George. ?Oh! curse your fine words; it?s you who forget, you swab. Ay, it?s you who forget that you asked me to take the money to the gambling?tent, and made me promise that you should have half of what we won, but that I should play for both. What, are you beginning to remember now?is it coming back to you after a whole month? I am going to quicken your memory up presently, I can tell you; I have got a good deal to pay off, I'm thinking. I know what you are at; you want to play cuckoo, to turn ?Cousin Philip? out that ?Cousin George? may fill the nest. You know the old man?s soft points, and you keep working him up against me. You think that you would like the old place when he?s gone?ay, and I daresay that you will get it before you have done, but I mean to have my penn'orth out of you now, at any rate,? and, brushing the tears of anger that stood in his brown eyes away with the back of his hand, the speaker proceeded to square up to George in a most determined way.

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Table of Contents: Dawn, 1 -- H. Rider Haggard, 1 -- Chapter I, 3 -- Chapter II, 7 -- Chapter III, 11 -- Chapter IV, 15 -- Chapter V, 19 -- Chapter VI, 24 -- Chapter VII, 27 -- Chapter VIII, 33 -- Chapter IX, 38 -- Chapter X, 42 -- Chapter XI, 46 -- Chapter XII, 51 -- Chapter XIII, 56 -- Chapter XIV, 60 -- Chapter XV, 64 -- Chapter XVI, 69 -- Chapter XVII, 74 -- Chapter XVIII, 79 -- Chapter XIX, 84 -- Chapter XX, 89 -- Chapter XXI, 95 -- Chapter XXII, 99 -- Chapter XXIII, 103 -- Chapter XXIV, 107 -- Chapter XXV, 112 -- Chapter XXVI, 117 -- Chapter XXVII, 120 -- Chapter XXVIII, 126 -- Chapter XXIX, 130 -- Chapter XXX, 134 -- Chapter XXXI, 139 -- Chapter XXXII, 142 -- Chapter XXXIII, 148 -- Chapter XXXIV, 151 -- Chapter XXXV, 157 -- Chapter XXXVI, 162 -- Chapter XXXVII, 167 -- Chapter XXXVIII, 171 -- Chapter XXXIX, 174 -- Chapter XL, 177 -- Chapter XLI, 183 -- Chapter XLII, 189 -- Chapter XLIII, 194 -- Chapter XLIV, 198 -- Chapter XLV, 202 -- Chapter XLVI, 206 -- Dawn -- i

 

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