1 The little cottage was close and stuffy after leaving the outer air.
2 A new race of beings must have sprung up, leaving only you and me as past relics.
3 But Madame Ratignolle would not consent that Edna should leave her for an instant.
4 She grew sullen and cried a little, threatening to go off and leave him to his fine ladies.
5 It was so much more natural to have him stay when he was not absolutely required to leave her.
6 Looking at them reminded her of her rings, which she had given to her husband before leaving for the beach.
7 "Well, send him about his business when he bores you, Edna," instructed her husband as he prepared to leave.
8 If you felt that you had to leave home this afternoon, you should have left some suitable explanation for your absence.
9 But there was no recent picture, none which suggested the Robert who had gone away five days ago, leaving a void and wilderness behind him.
10 If she replied to it in a serious spirit it would still leave in his mind the impression that she had in a susceptible moment yielded to his influence.
11 She thought of Madame Ratignolle, but knew that her fair friend did not leave the house, except to take a languid walk around the block with her husband after nightfall.
12 She could not leave his presence when he was there, nor remove her eyes from his face, which was something like Napoleon's, with a lock of black hair failing across the forehead.
13 They were troubled and feverish hours, disturbed with dreams that were intangible, that eluded her, leaving only an impression upon her half-awakened senses of something unattainable.
14 He had evidently already taken leave of the people over at the house, for he descended the steps and went to join Beaudelet, who was out there with an oar across his shoulder waiting for Robert.
15 As the day approached when he was to leave her for a comparatively long stay, she grew melting and affectionate, remembering his many acts of consideration and his repeated expressions of an ardent attachment.
16 Edna had prevailed upon Madame Ratignolle to leave the children behind, though she could not induce her to relinquish a diminutive roll of needlework, which Adele begged to be allowed to slip into the depths of her pocket.
17 There were only a few lines, setting forth that he would leave the city that afternoon, that he had packed his trunk in good shape, that he was well, and sent her his love and begged to be affectionately remembered to all.
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