Monday, July 2, 2012

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With me to win my position, it behaves quite differently. He flatters my vanity, when speaking to me so seriously and thoughtfully, as if I were a man. Yes! I can see right through him when he was not around. I know when I think about it here in my own room, that he quite deliberately flattering to me. But if russian women go down and find yourself in his company, as he again looked round me around her finger, and I'm flattered, though, and did not see through him before. He knows how to deal with me as able to Ref russian women with his wife, and Laura, with a shepherd in the Stables courtyard, as every hour throughout the day to cope with by Sir Percival. "Percival, my dear! I am delighted with your rough English humor, "" My dear Percival, as you please me, your English sober discernment! ". So he parries the crudest excesses of Sir Percival, against his effeminate tastes - always calling the baronet by name, smiling at him with calm superiority, kindly patting him on the shoulder, and treating him as a benevolent father of a willful russian women.
This original people so interested in me, that I questioned Sir Percival about his past.
Sir Percival or do not want to talk or do much about it knows. Many years ago, he became acquainted with the Count in Rome under the circumstances to which I have already mentioned once. Since then they have ever seen in London, Paris and Vienna, but never met in Italy. Oddly enough, the Count himself for many years has not been at home. Maybe he was the victim of some political persecution? In any case, it is out of patriotism tries not to lose sight of any of their compatriots living in England. On the same evening as he arrived, he asked how far we are from the nearest town and does not reside there be any foreigner. It supports an extensive correspondence with various people on the continent on the envelopes, addressed to him a variety of brands. This morning in the dining room at his unit, I saw the envelope with the state seal. Maybe he is in correspondence with his government? If so, it does not fit with my first assumption is that he may a political refugee.
Like many, I wrote about Count Fosco! And what's up? - As would have asked me coolly businesslike manner, our poor, nice, Mr. Gilmore. I can only repeat that, even for this short introduction, I felt a strange, incomprehensible to me the most, and perhaps unpleasant for me, the attractive force of the graph.

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