“As a work of history or biography "Missing Lucile" is of little interest, but as a piece of writing it is a surprisingly lively read.”
“Without a word Lucile started down the beach, then up the creek.”
“She'd got far beyond 'Lucile' -- though 'Peck's Bad Boy' was still the favourite of Angus when he got time for any serious reading --- and was coming to loathe the crudities of our so-called American civilization.”
“I'm coming," called Lucile; then, turning to Jack, "Good-by," she murmured, suddenly very reluctant to have him go.”
“Here they are," called Lucile from the other room.”
“Lucy’s connection with her fashion house was cut short after a restructuring, but as with Paul Poiret and other pre-WWI fashion houses, the name Lucile and the inspiration of its namesake designer were considered old-fashioned and demode.”
“Lucile," cried Mrs. Payton, and then, as her voice would not carry above all the noise, "Go after her, Phil," she said.”
“Lucile," she cried, stopping in the middle of a dance to gaze upon her daughter, "I don't believe you've had a mouthful of anything to eat since you got up, and it's after twelve o'clock.”
“Lucile," Evelyn was starting to remonstrate, when an excited voice whispered, huskily, "So you're here, are you?" and two figures loomed before them out of the mist.”
“In his delightful poem of "Lucile," Owen Meredith wrote: --”
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