Excerpt from Clara Vaughan, Vol. 2 of 3: A NovelLate in the evening of that same day, I sat in my room by the firelight only (for I could not work) and tried to look into myself, and find out the cause of my strange attraction or rather impulsionMoreExcerpt from Clara Vaughan, Vol. 2 of 3: A NovelLate in the evening of that same day, I sat in my room by the firelight only (for I could not work) and tried to look into myself, and find out the cause of my strange attraction or rather impulsion towards Isola.
Somehow or other I did not wonder so much that she should be drawn quite as strongly towards me, although an impartial observer would perhaps have wondered far more. After puzzling myself in vain with this inquiry, my thoughts began to move in their usual gloomy train.Light years had now elapsed, and what had I discovered? Nothing- but at long dark intervals some impress of the deed itself, more than of the doer. Had I halted in pursuit, or had my vengeance cooled? To the former question my conscience answered yes, to the latter no.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.
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