3 edition of Cousin Kate found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 131 p. :|
|Number of Pages||88|
|2||Thorndike Press large print clean reads|
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O cousin Kate, my love was true, Your love was writ in sand: If he had fooled not me but you, If you stood where I stand, He'd not have won me with his love Nor bought me with his land; I would have spit into his face And not have taken his hand.
When I think of him Cousin Kate was always so gay, and up to the knocker, no matter whether he was plump in the pocket or regularly in the basket, being knocked down by a common tax-cart, well, it makes me thankful my poor mistress ain't alive to see it, which is a thing I never thought to be!
He lured me to his palace home - Woe's me for joy thereof- To lead a shameless shameful life, His plaything and his love. He also resides an a separate wing of the house and is prone to migraines. 1I was a cottage maiden 2Hardened by sun and air 3Contented with my cottage mates, 4Not mindful I was fair. A prettier gal I never did see, and nothing niffy-naffy about her!
By the time Kate finds out she could be in real danger, she's already got an ally who's more powerful than any of the forces that threaten her. They both did differe I do believe I am in shock. Line-by-line modern translations of every Shakespeare play and poem. She said I was too young to have charge of her grandchildren, and she told poor Mrs Astley that I had insinuating manners!
I enjoyed scenes with them.
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There was never a sweeter-tempered nor a kinder-hearted man alive! This book, like her first novel "The Black Moth" I don't recco to people who are newbies to Georgette Heyer.