TAILIEUCHUNG - Wives and Daughters ELIZABETH GASKELL CHAPTER 47-p2

Wives and Daughters ELIZABETH GASKELL CHAPTER 47-p2 Đây là một tác phẩm anh ngữ nổi tiếng với những từ vựng nâng cao chuyên ngành văn chương. Nhằm giúp các bạn yêu thich tiếng anh luyện tập và củng cố thêm kỹ năng đọc tiếng anh . | Wives and Daughters ELIZABETH GASKELL CHAPTER 47-p2 For Miss Browning had risen without speaking a word and was leaving the room in a stately and determined fashion. I am going to put on my bonnet and things and then I shall call upon Mrs Dawes and confront her with her lies. Oh don t call them lies sister it s such a strong ugly word. Please call them tallydiddles for I don t believe she meant any harm. Besides - besides - if they should turn out to be truth Really sister that s the weight on my mind so many things sounded as if they might be true. What things said Miss Browning still standing with judicial erectness of position in the middle of the floor. Why - one story was that Molly had given him a letter. Who s him How am I to understand a story told in that silly way Miss Browning sate down on the nearest chair and made up her mind to be patient if she could. Him is Mr Preston. And that must be true because I missed her from my side when I wanted to ask her if she thought blue would look green by candlelight as the young man said it would and she had run across the street and Mrs Goodenough was just going into the shop just as she said she was. Miss Browning s distress was overcoming her anger so she only said Phoebe I think you ll drive me mad. Do tell me what you heard from Mrs Dawes in a sensible and coherent manner for once in your life. I m sure I m trying with all my might to tell you everything just as it happened. What did you hear from Mrs Dawes Why that Molly and Mr Preston were keeping company just as if she was a maid-servant and he was a gardener meeting at all sorts of improper times and places and fainting away in his arms and out at night together and writing to each other and slipping their letters into each other s hands and that was what I was talking about sister for I next door to saw that done once. I saw her with my own eyes run across the street to Grinstead s where he was for we had just left him there with a letter in her hand too .