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by Dorothy Quentin
Author: Dorothy Quentin
Publisher: Harlequin Mills & Boon (December 10, 1976)
Category: Love Story
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1 Quentin + 1 Quentin 2 Quentins
1 Quentin + 1 Quentin 2 Quentins. This story, many critics argue, is really about the roughly Quentin (even though we barely notice him) because he's the one who changes: his stance on what his family's relationship with Nancy meant alters while he recollects and narrates the story. The process of remembering, in other words, changes him and his views. When Nancy is sitting in the kitchen, finished with the dishes, Quentin notices her looking and looking at him and asks her to tell him what's wrong: I went to the kitchen.
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Quentin Durward found something singularly and disagreeably significantin the tone with which this was spoken; and, looking suddenly at thespeaker, thought he saw in his countenance, in the slight smile thatcurled his upper li. .
Quentin Durward found something singularly and disagreeably significantin the tone with which this was spoken; and, looking suddenly at thespeaker, thought he saw in his countenance, in the slight smile thatcurled his upper lip, and the accompanying twinkle of his keen dark eye,something to justify his unpleasing surprise