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The 30,000 Dollar Bequest and Other Stories

The 30,000 Dollar Bequest and Other Stories

Authors : Mark Twain
Publisher : Createspace Independent Pub
Publication Date : 2015-03-04
ISBN-13 : 9781502875211
ISBN-10 : 1502875217
Page : 254 Pages
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Categories : Fiction
Language : en

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“[…] All day long the music of those inspiring words sang through those people’s heads. From his marriage-day forth, Aleck’s grip had been upon the purse, and Sally had seldom known what it was to be privileged to squander a dime on non-necessities. “Thir-ty thousand dollars!” the song went on and on. A vast sum, an unthinkable sum! All day long Aleck was absorbed in planning how to invest it, Sally in planning how to spend it. There was no romance-reading that night. The children took themselves away early, for their parents were silent, distraught, and strangely unentertaining. The good-night kisses might as well have been impressed upon vacancy, for all the response they got; the parents were not aware of the kisses, and the children had been gone an hour before their absence was noticed. Two pencils had been busy during that hour—note-making; in the way of plans. It was Sally who broke the stillness at last. He said, with exultation: “Ah, it’ll be grand, Aleck! Out of the first thousand we’ll have a horse and a buggy for summer, and a cutter and a skin lap-robe for winter.”[…]”.

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