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The Ladies of Missalonghi The Ladies of Missalonghi by Colleen McCullough
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“...she looked like the sort of woman most men would want to get to know because they weren't sure what went on inside.”
Colleen McCullough, The Ladies of Missalonghi
“You just hang onto the thought that every dog has its day, even the bitches”
Colleen McCullough, The Ladies of Missalonghi
“Best of all she liked his eyes, such a translucent golden brown, and so laughing.”
Colleen McCullough, The Ladies of Missalonghi
“Suddenly the thought that the end of her life was imminent shocked him; it was one thing to pity someone he didn't know, quite another to face the same dilemma with someone he knew intimately. That was the trouble with beds. They turned strangers into intimates more quickly than ten years of polite teas in parlours.”
Colleen McCullough, The Ladies of Missalonghi
“Ir iš tiesų netrukus tekančio vandens šniokštimas pamažu nustelbė visur aplinkui šlamančius medžius, tyliai kalbančius vieni su kitais alsia, gailia šneka, kokia ramiomis dienomis prabyla eukaliptai.”
Colleen McCullough, The Ladies of Missalonghi
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