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  • March was forbidden the fruit, but his wife and Mrs. Adding bought recklessly of it, and ate it under his eyes with their coffee and bread, pouring over it pots of clotted cream that the 'schone' Lili brought them.

    Their Silver Wedding Journey — Volume 2

  • At the Posthof the 'schone' Lili alone was as gay, as in the prime of

    Complete March Family Trilogy

  • Mrs. March had decided not to go to the Posthof for breakfast, where they had already taken a lavish leave of the 'schone' Lili, with a sense of being promptly superseded in her affections.

    Their Silver Wedding Journey — Complete

  • Mrs. March had decided not to go to the Posthof for breakfast, where they had already taken a lavish leave of the 'schone' Lili, with a sense of being promptly superseded in her affections.

    Their Silver Wedding Journey — Volume 2

  • March was forbidden the fruit, but his wife and Mrs. Adding bought recklessly of it, and ate it under his eyes with their coffee and bread, pouring over it pots of clotted cream that the 'schone' Lili brought them.

    Complete March Family Trilogy

  • Mrs. March had decided not to go to the Posthof for breakfast, where they had already taken a lavish leave of the 'schone' Lili, with a sense of being promptly superseded in her affections.

    Complete March Family Trilogy

  • March was forbidden the fruit, but his wife and Mrs. Adding bought recklessly of it, and ate it under his eyes with their coffee and bread, pouring over it pots of clotted cream that the 'schone' Lili brought them.

    Their Silver Wedding Journey — Complete

  • At the Posthof the 'schone' Lili alone was as gay, as in the prime of

    Their Silver Wedding Journey — Complete

  • At the Posthof the 'schone' Lili alone was as gay, as in the prime of

    Their Silver Wedding Journey — Volume 2

  • I was going to choose just 'Die schone Mullerin' but have now discovered that all three are available together!

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