Stephen Crane

“Alone in the kitchen, Horace stared with sombre eyes at the plate of food. For a long time he betrayed no sign of yielding. His mood was adamantine. He was resolved not to sell his vengeance for bread, cold ham, and a pickle, and yet it must be known that the sight of them affected him powerfully. The pickle in particular was notable for its seductive charm. He surveyed it darkly. Horace”


Stephen Crane, The Monster, And Other Stories
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The Monster, And Other Stories The Monster, And Other Stories by Stephen Crane
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