A Gipsy Prophecy - Bram Stoker

A Gipsy Prophecy

A Gipsy Prophecy

2.0 1 5 Autor: Bram Stoker Czyta: Michael Tudor Barnes
'I really think,' said the Doctor, 'that, at any rate, one of us should go and try whether or not the thing is an imposture.'' Good!' said Considine. 'After dinner we will take our cigars and stroll over to the camp.' Accordingly, when the dinner was over, and the La Tour finished, Joshua Considine and his friend, Dr Burleigh, went over to the east side of the moor, where the gipsy encampment lay. As they were leaving, Mary Considine, who had walked as far as the end of the garden where it opened into the laneway, called after her husband: 'Mind, Joshua, you are to give them a fair chance, but don't give them any clue to a fortuneand don't you get flirting with any of the gipsy maidensand take care to keep Gerald out of harm.' For answer Considine held up his hand, as if taking a stage oath, and whistled the air of the old song, 'The Gipsy Countess.' Gerald joined in the strain, and then, breaking into merry laughter, the two men passed along the laneway to the common, turning now and then to wave their hands to Mary, who leaned over the gate, in the twilight, looking after them.
Język: Angielski Kategoria: Thriller Seria: Bram Stoker Short stories: 2 Tytuł oryginalny: A Gipsy Prophecy Tłumaczenie:

Wydawca: Cappelen Damm
Data wydania: 2012-03-01
Czas trwania: 22M
ISBN: 9788202390877

Wydawca: Cappelen Damm
Data wydania: 2013-12-31
ISBN: 9788202453442

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