Graves


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Graves

Robert (Ranke). 1895--1985, English poet, novelist, and critic, whose works include his World War I autobiography, Goodbye to All That (1929), and the historical novels I, Claudius (1934) and Claudius the God (1934)
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There were few people whom the Careys cared to ask there, and their parties consisted always of the curate, Josiah Graves with his sister, Dr.
The whisper died wholly out, now, for the three men had reached the grave and stood within a few feet of the boys' hiding-place.
And only where there are graves are there resurrections.
A little before twilight, one Christmas Eve, Gabriel shouldered his spade, lighted his lantern, and betook himself towards the old churchyard; for he had got a grave to finish by next morning, and, feeling very low, he thought it might raise his spirits, perhaps, if he went on with his work at once.
Harris, however, revels in tombs, and graves, and epitaphs, and monumental inscriptions, and the thought of not seeing Mrs.
This time last night you never thought you'd be digging Pat's grave to-night," sighed Felicity.
Nicholas road, was a grave, and it had a tragic story.
She drew near and asked one of them whose grave it was.
She bade him tell her, when they met in the world of spirits, that the Delaware girls had shed tears above the grave of her child, and had called her blessed.
When the grave had been filled with earth the little party turned back toward the cabin, and Esmeralda, still weeping copiously for the two she had never heard of before today, and who had been dead twenty years, chanced to glance toward the harbor.
When we reached the grave, it looked a very little spot in that snow-covered waste.
Hartright," she went on, "I will show you the grave, and then go back at once to the house.