sleeping-porch love

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  • Stepping back and looking up, she beheld the little lady smiling down from a sleeping-porch.

    CHAPTER XVIII

  • "Mercy me, the whole ranch is a hospital!" cried Villa Kennan, two days later, as she came out on the broad sleeping-porch and regarded Harley and Jerry stretched out, the one with his leg in splints, the other with his leg in a plaster cast.

    CHAPTER XXXVI

  • When Forrest went through the French windows from his sleeping-porch, he crossed, first, a comfortable dressing room, window-divaned, many-lockered, with

    CHAPTER II

  • Five minutes later a soft-slippered Chinese emerged on the sleeping-porch.

    CHAPTER I

  • The concealed lighting that spilled from the huge bowl under the ceiling revealed a sleeping-porch, three sides of which were fine-meshed copper screen.

    CHAPTER I

  • But she remained awake and worrying while Babbitt, on the sleeping-porch, struggled back into sleep through the incessant soft rain of her remarks.

    Babbit

  • Most important of all was the preparation of his bed and the sleeping-porch.

    Babbit

  • He was, just then, neither the sulky child of the sleeping-porch, the domestic tyrant of the breakfast table, the crafty money-changer of the Lyte – Purdy conference, nor the blaring Good Fellow, the Josher and Regular Guy, of the

    Babbit

  • But from his cot on the sleeping-porch he heard her weeping, slowly, without hope.

    Babbit

  • He seemed prosperous, extremely married and unromantic; and altogether unromantic appeared this sleeping-porch, which looked on one sizable elm, two respectable grass-plots, a cement driveway, and a corrugated iron garage.

    Babbit

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