Alice Sit-By-The-Fire by J. M. Barrie

By J. M. Barrie

The prolific Scotish writer and dramatist J. M. Barrie is most famed for his production of Peter Pan. Born in Kirriemuir, Forfarshire in 1860, he graduated Edinburgh college and started operating as a journalist. quickly after he released his first novel larger useless becaming a well-liked author with many profitable novels. After his most renowned paintings Peter Pan he nonetheless endured to write down on growing many extra cherished stories.

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She goes to Amy to protect her. ' 'What a deceiver' Amy is thinking. COLONEL. ' ALICE. htm (54 of 76) [9/22/2008 8:53:45 AM] Alice Sit-By-The-Fire Steve has had such an evening of it that he clings dizzily to the one amazing explanation, that Alice loves him not wisely but too well. Never will he betray her, never. STEVE, with a meaning that is lost on her but is very evident to the other lady present, 'Anything you ask me to do, Alice, anything. I shall go upstairs only, so that if you want me--' ALICE.

And Steve believes it? htm (57 of 76) [9/22/2008 8:53:45 AM] Alice Sit-By-The-Fire AMY. ' ALICE. ' AMY. 'Though I abhor him I must marry him for aye. Ginevra is to be my only bridesmaid. ' AMY. ' ALICE. 'Amy, weren't you terrified to come alone to the rooms of a man you didn't even know? Some men--' AMY. 'I was not afraid. ' She produces a tiny dagger. This is altogether too much for Alice. ALICE. ' She does have the babe in her arms at last, and now Amy clings to her. This is very sweet to Alice; but she knows that if she tells Amy the truth at once its first effect will be to make the dear one feel ridiculous.

Htm (54 of 76) [9/22/2008 8:53:45 AM] Alice Sit-By-The-Fire Steve has had such an evening of it that he clings dizzily to the one amazing explanation, that Alice loves him not wisely but too well. Never will he betray her, never. STEVE, with a meaning that is lost on her but is very evident to the other lady present, 'Anything you ask me to do, Alice, anything. I shall go upstairs only, so that if you want me--' ALICE. ' He goes, wondering whether he is a villain or a hero, which is perhaps a pleasurable state of mind.

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