1 Raina looks at the man, breathless.
2 The mistress and Miss Raina have just gone in.
3 Raina watches him until he is out of her sight.
4 He is the man of the adventure in Raina's room.
5 He certainly ought to be promoted when he marries Raina.
6 Raina takes of the cloak and throws it across the foot of the bed.
7 Altogether it is clear that here or nowhere is Raina's ideal hero.
8 You must talk to him, my dear, until Raina takes him off our hands.
9 Raina follows her to the door, shuts it behind her with a slam, and locks it violently.
10 I may have been seen from the windows: Miss Raina is sure to be spying about after you.
11 You'd better give Raina that Arab steed yourself, since you've roused her expectations.
12 Sergius, left alone with Raina, looks anxiously at her, fearing that she may be still offended.
13 And I tell you that if that gentleman ever comes here again, Miss Raina will marry him, whether he likes it or not.
14 Raina, reclining on the divan under the left hand window, is gazing in a daydream out at the Balkan landscape, with a neglected novel in her lap.
15 My dear: if you think the obstinacy of your sex can make a coat out of two old dressing gowns of Raina's, your waterproof, and my mackintosh, you're mistaken.
16 They are interrupted by the entry of Louka, a handsome, proud girl in a pretty Bulgarian peasant's dress with double apron, so defiant that her servility to Raina is almost insolent.
17 Can't you see it, Raina; our gallant splendid Bulgarians with their swords and eyes flashing, thundering down like an avalanche and scattering the wretched Servian dandies like chaff.
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