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  • She had stolen down the stairs and gone ostensibly to meet a woman whom Eudora called Sonsie, and who, she said, came every day to do the work now Jake was away.

    The Cromptons

  • Maven walked around them toward the entrance to Sonsie.

    DEVILS IN EXILE

  • Maven walked around them toward the entrance to Sonsie.

    DEVILS IN EXILE

  • Maven walked around them toward the entrance to Sonsie.

    DEVILS IN EXILE

  • Maven walked around them toward the entrance to Sonsie.

    DEVILS IN EXILE

  • Newbury Street, he knew of only as an avenue of art galleries and shopping boutiques; Sonsie, he had no clue.

    The Town

  • Mandy Ann knew that neither her hair, nor any part of her person, was in danger from her young mistress, and after a few more scratches in the dirt after an imaginary lost article, she arose and joined Sonsie, to whom Eudora gave a few instructions, and then with her guest walked across the clearing to a bench which Jake had made for her, and which was partially sheltered by a tall palm.

    The Cromptons

  • The stranger knew she was lying, and Eudora knew it, but said nothing except to bid the girl get up and assist Sonsie with the supper.

    The Cromptons

  • "Ef we only had napkins," she said, while Sonsie, who had lived all her life near the clearing, and knew nothing of the fashions of the world, asked what napkins were.

    The Cromptons

  • "Sonsie is here to get it and will have it directly."

    The Cromptons

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