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Anything false about him appeared to them to resound with openness, for this seeker, they thought, could only seek in his one-track way, just looking at his mirthfully earnest eyes revealed that at bottom he was plotting only to conjure up faithfulness from a soul—possibly at times a bit too zealously. The beggar was constantly taking his autumnalities for granted, as though there were such a thing as precisely nuanced gradations of life. It amuses me to believe that readers are, as it were, writers’ chaperones; but even the most rigorous thinker may well have arrived perhaps at the surely capital insight that these lines of mine are autumnally fading—with which, in point of fact, their purpose has been fulfilled.
And now once more this foolishly happy tail with all its irresponsibilities. Gazing upon this sum of insouciance, misgivings arose in me as though these misgivennesses were the tails of dogs soaring up victoriously in pride, which by no means bears witness to a highly developed intelligence but nonetheless might apparently be proof of a certain innocuousness. Whenever this little dog snapped up one of the little rolling mats, it was taken from him at once, and the dog always expressed his gratitude at being relieved of his burden.
And should I happen to possess even the flimsiest knowledge of the theatrical arts, this performance deserved the rating “magnifi- cent,” shining in silky velvets in the costume department and in part trotting along on horseback. Admittedly, the play was lacking in glamorous female roles, but compensated with its abundance of stalwart, doughty, valiant, yeomanly, purposeful men. And all present found the heroine, a housewifely personage of exceptional gentility, refreshing thanks to her solidity, by which I mean her pliant steadfastness and her unswerving talent for accommodation.
Acapulco Rampage (Executioner, Book 26) by Don Pendleton