By Selma Lagerlöf
This e-book used to be switched over from its actual variation to the electronic layout by means of a group of volunteers. you could locate it at no cost on the internet. buy of the Kindle variation comprises instant delivery.About the AuthorSelma Ottilia Lovisa Lagerlöf wurde am 20. November 1858 auf intestine Mårbacka in Värmland, Schweden geboren und starb am sixteen. März 1940 ebendort. Sie battle eine der bekanntesten Schriftstellerinnen des Landes und gehört zu den schwedischen Autoren, deren Werke zur Weltliteratur zählen. 1909 erhielt sie als erste Frau den Nobelpreis für Literatur. [C:\Users\Microsoft\Documents\Calibre Library]
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I see no more the young maid that haunted me, and I shall hold my own, never fear. I will tell you of those three who lay in King John's dungeon. They stole out of the tower one night, when their guards were drowsy with liquor, and ran their ways. And then they fled to the border. But so long as they were in the Swedish king's land they durst not betray themselves. " Now Elsalill began to mark how changed Sir Archie was toward her. And she knew he hated her, since he had found out that she had betrayed him.
All she heard was the sobbing of the dead girl beside her. Elsalill tried to hearken to what the preacher was saying in the pulpit, but she could follow little of it. And she grew impatient and whispered: "I know one who has more cause to weep than any, and that is myself. " As she listened to the weeping she became more and more resentful, so that she thought: "How can my dead foster sister require of me that I shall betray the man I love? " She was shut up in the pew, but she could scarcely sit still.
Thought Elsalill. She looked behind her, and she leaned forward over the next pew to see. But all were sitting in silence, and no face was wet with tears. CHAPTER VII 33 Then Elsalill thought there was no need to ask or wonder, for indeed she had known from the first who it was that wept beside her. "Dear sister," she whispered, "why do you not show yourself to me, as you did but lately? " She listened for an answer, but none came. All she heard was the sobbing of the dead girl beside her. Elsalill tried to hearken to what the preacher was saying in the pulpit, but she could follow little of it.
The Treasure by Selma Lagerlöf