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Books Books 11 - 13 of 13 on ... comes of the stock of the Guarini of Italy, or that one counts among one's ancestors....
" ... comes of the stock of the Guarini of Italy, or that one counts among one's ancestors a Bishop of Senlis, who had the marshalling of the French order of battle on the day of Bouvines. Le Cayla was a solitary place, with its terrace looking down upon... "
Maurice and Eugénie de Guérin, a monograph - Page 23
1870
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 79

American literature - 1897
...thinking and homely household duties. At Le Cayla, the lonely Languedoc chateau, where " one could pass days without seeing any living thing but the sheep, without hearing any living thing but the birds," the young Frenchwoman found in her diary companionship and mental stimulus, a link to bind her day...
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Essays in Criticism, Volume 1

Matthew Arnold - Criticism - 1883 - 379 pages
...solitary place, with its terrace looking down upon a stream-bed and valley ; " one may pass days there without seeing any living thing but the sheep, without hearing any living thing but the birds." M. de Gu^rin, Eugenie's father, lost his wife when Eugenie was thirteen years old, and Maurice seven...
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The Cornhill Magazine, Volume 7

George Smith, William Makepeace Thackeray - England - 1863
...solitary place, with its terrace looking down upon a stream-bed and valley ; " one may pass days there without seeing any living thing but the sheep, without hearing any living thing but the birds." M. de Guerin, Eugenie's father, lost his wife when Eug6nie was thirteen years old, and Maurice seven...
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