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Emile

Rousseau’s treatise on education of children (1762). [Fr. Lit.: Emile, Magill III, 330–333]
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I can tell monsieur the lady's name," Emil continued, "for she raised her veil, and everywhere the illustrated papers have been full of her picture.
A drizzle came on, and Emil Gluck, out of his faint, lay sobbing in the rain.
For two months the little Emil lay in bed, the first month on his back without once being turned over; and he lay neglected and alone, save for the occasional visits of the unremunerated and over-worked physician.
It would seem strange that, from the hands of Ann Bartell, Emil Gluck should have received a college education; but the explanation is simple.
The one friend that Emil Gluck discovered in all his life was Professor Bradlough.
The following year, at twenty years of age, Emil Gluck was enrolled as an instructor of chemistry in the University of California.
At once the newspapers seized these three lines, "played them up yellow," as the slang was in those days, and set the whole world laughing at Emil Gluck, the bespectacled young professor of twenty- seven.
One can conjecture sympathetically the awful solitude of Emil Gluck in that populous University; for he was without friends and without sympathy.
Now it is not to be imagined that an extraordinary creature such as Emil Gluck could be any other than an extraordinary lover.
Emil Gluck was proved in February to be an innocent man, yet he was not released until the following October.
But what the police did not know was that across the street, in the Mercer Building, Room 633, rented by Emil Gluck, had been occupied by Emil Gluck at the very moment Hartwell's revolver so mysteriously exploded.
Breathing heavily, the Frau Professor ran downstairs to the Chinaman's rooms, she had not moved so quickly for twenty years, and Emil called out after her to beware she did not fall; she did not trouble to knock, but burst in.