Wives and Daughters ELIZABETH GASKELL CHAPTER 53-p1 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 53-p1 Unlooked-For Arrivals Robinson opened the door for Molly almost before the carriage had fairly drawn up at the Hall and told her that the squire had been very anxious for her return and had more than once sent him to an upstairs window from which a glimpse of the hill-road between Hollingford and Hamley could be perceived to know if the carriage was not yet in sight. Molly went into the drawing-room. The squire was standing in the middle of the floor awaiting her in fact longing to go out and meet her but restrained by a feeling of solemn etiquette which prevented his moving about as usual in that house of mourning. He held a paper in his hands which were trembling with excitement and emotion and four or five open letters were strewed on a table near him. It s all true he began she s his wife and he s her husband - was her husband -that s the word for it - was Poor lad poor lad it s cost him a deal. Pray God it was not my fault. Read this my dear. It s a certificate. It s all regular - Osborne Hamley to Marie-Aimee Scherer - parish-church and all and witnessed. Oh dear He sate down in the nearest chair and groaned. Molly took a seat by him and read the legal paper the perusal of which was not needed to convince her of the fact of the marriage. She held it in her hand after she had finished reading it waiting for the squire s next coherent words for he kept talking to himself in broken sentences. Ay ay that comes o temper and crabbedness. She was the only one as could - and I ve been worse since she was gone. Worse worse and see what it has come to. He was afraid of me - ay - afraid. That s the truth of it -afraid. And it made him keep all to himself and care killed him. They may call it heart-disease - O my lad my lad I know better now but it s too late - that s the sting of it - too late too late He covered his face and moved himself backwards and forwards till Molly could bear it no longer. There are some .