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Mogens and Other Stories by J. P. Jacobsen

By J. P. Jacobsen

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She asked very softly. 63 Mogens and Other Stories 64 "Of one like you! " "It means that I am tired of your beauty, that I know your voice and your gestures by heart, and that neither your whims nor your stupidity nor your craftiness can any longer entertain me. " Laura wept. "Mogens, Mogens, how can you have the heart to do this? Oh, what shall I, shall I, shall I, shall I do! Stay only today, only to-day, Mogens. " "Those are lies, Laura, you don't even believe it yourself. It is not because you think such a terrible lot of me, that you are distressed now.

Permit me. " "Don't you think, Mr. " "Yes, but you must not forget that he exhausted all his spleen on an article in the morning paper. Imagine, to dare to maintain--why, that is pure rebellion, contempt of law, for him. . " "Yes, I did. May I begin? Let me see, oh yes: 'Our mutual friend whom we met last year at Monsted, and whom, as you say, you knew in Copenhagen, has during the last months haunted the region hereabouts. He looks just as he used to, he is the same pale knight of the melancholy mien.

He could not bear to think of what had happened. It was impossible for it to have happened. He threw himself down on his knees and raised his hands toward heaven, the while he pleaded that that which had happened might be as though it had not occurred. For a long time he dragged himself along on his knees with his eyes steadfastly fixed on the sky, as if afraid it might slip away from him to escape his pleas, provided he did not keep it incessantly in his eye. Then pictures of his happy time came floating toward him, more and more in mist-like ranks.

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