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As when Drouet took her, she had thought: "Now am I lifted into that which is best"; as when Hurstwood seemingly offered her the better way: "Now am I happy." But ... she now found herself alone.... In her walks on Broadway she no longer thought of the elegance of the creatures who passed her....

Drouet abandoned his claim and was seen no more. Of Hurstwood's death she was not even aware. A slow, black boat setting out from the pier at Twenty-seventh Street upon its weekly errand bore, with many others, his nameless body to the Potter's Field.
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Sitting alone, she was now an illustration of the devious ways by which one who feels, rather than reasons, may be led in the pursuit of beauty.




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The Tiger's Wife/Téa Obreht The Ballad of the Sad Café/Carson McCullers The Night Circus/Erin Morgenstern Sister Carrie/Theodore Dreiser
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