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  • Augustus and his rival; but was ended by Fulvia's death, and the subsequent marriage of Antony with Octavia, sister of Augustus.

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  • Under Fulvia's influence Odo becomes an enthusiastic disciple of the new philosophy, and he is on the point of sacrificing all his prospects and accompanying her to France, when the death of his cousin unexpectedly makes him Duke of Pianura.

    Mrs. Wharton's "The Valley of Decision."

  • The tone of her letters was too uniformly cheerful not to suggest a lack of emotional variety; and he knew that Fulvia's nature, however much she fancied it under the rule of reason, was in reality fed by profound currents of feeling.

    The Valley of Decision

  • As he paced the lonely sands he tried to reconstruct Fulvia's broken story, supplementing it with such details as his experience of Venetian life suggested.

    The Valley of Decision

  • In that silence Odo knelt, lifting Fulvia's head to his breast.

    The Valley of Decision

  • In Fulvia's case physical weariness perhaps had a share in the change; but whatever the cause, its effect was to make this stage of the journey strangely tedious to both.

    The Valley of Decision

  • They were enclosed in their common risk as in some secret meeting-place where no consciousness of the outer world intruded; and though their talk kept the safe level of their immediate concerns he felt the change in every inflection of Fulvia's voice and in the subtler emphasis of her silences.

    The Valley of Decision

  • Three years had passed since Fulvia's flight to Pianura.

    The Valley of Decision

  • Andreoni, in his concern for Fulvia's safety, had prepared for her reception a little farm-house of his wife's, in a vineyard beyond the town; and here at daybreak it was almost a relief to

    The Valley of Decision

  • She entered merrily and at once laid one hand on Fulvia's brow and caught her wrist in the other.

    The Valley of Decision

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