1 Back I went, and made the Primroses as interesting as ever I could.
2 "I think anxiety is very interesting," observed Amy, eating sugar pensively.
3 They are not so interesting to me as Tina and the boys, but I do my duty by them, and they are fond of me.
4 What would have happened next I cannot say, if Aunt March had not come hobbling in at this interesting minute.
5 Jo gave a despairing groan, and Meg laughed outright, while Beth let her bread burn as she watched the fun with interest.
6 Her older sisters were very fine young ladies, and one was engaged, which was extremely interesting and romantic, Meg thought.
7 Neither had read it, but they knew it was a love story, and each privately wondered if it was half as interesting as their own.
8 John doesn't find me interesting any longer, so he leaves his faded wife and goes to see his pretty neighbor, who has no incumbrances.
9 "Yes," was all he said, but he turned and strained his eyes to see the island which a greater usurper than even Napoleon now made interesting in his sight.
10 They treated her with more respect, she thought, took quite a tender interest in what she said, and looked at her with eyes that plainly betrayed curiosity.
11 As no one appeared but an inquisitive daddy-longlegs, who examined her work with interest, she went to walk, got caught in a shower, and came home dripping.
12 But the pain increased as politics absorbed John, who was always running over to discuss interesting points with Scott, quite unconscious that Meg missed him.
13 She has fine books and pictures, knows interesting persons, and seems friendly, so I shall make myself agreeable, for I do want to get into good society, only it isn't the same sort that Amy likes.
14 The little girls, however, considered it a most agreeable and interesting event, and Jo got little comfort from them, so she went up to her refuge in the garret, and confided her troubles to the rats.
15 They found Aunt Carrol with the old lady, both absorbed in some very interesting subject, but they dropped it as the girls came in, with a conscious look which betrayed that they had been talking about their nieces.
16 She would like the relics of great people better, for I've seen her Napoleon's cocked hat and gray coat, his baby's cradle and his old toothbrush, also Marie Antoinette's little shoe, the ring of Saint Denis, Charlemagne's sword, and many other interesting things.
17 Several young gentlemen, who had only stared at her at the other party, now not only stared, but asked to be introduced, and said all manner of foolish but agreeable things to her, and several old ladies, who sat on the sofas, and criticized the rest of the party, inquired who she was with an air of interest.
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