Narration of 1893 novel, fast paced, articulate and emotional
Young Adult (18-35)
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the carriage turned right over her head struck on the curb. Stone, did you see? Said Ethel. Presently I saw them lift her up. He spoke at intervals as he could get breath and bed out of the woods. And Papa, he was stunned, But soon he set up, said he would go to her. He looked at her, felt her pulse and then sank down over her. And did you say I can't remember? Was he hurt? The shuttering came again, his arm all twisted, broken and his voice sank into a faint whisper. Ethel was obliged to Sprinkle him again with water, but he won't die, said she in a tone comb from its bewilderment. Oh, no, no, no, no. And Margaret. They were bringing her home. I'll go and see.