Erect in a black William and Mary chair against gray and speckly-brown volumes of sermons and Biblical commentaries and Palestine geographies upon long pine shelves, her neat black shoes firm on a rag-rug, herself as correct and low-toned as her background, Mrs. Warren listened without comment till Carol was quite through, then answered delicately: "Yes, I think you draw a very nice picture of what might easily come to pass—some day.
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The boundaries of Palestine have changed through history.
He said that in a year or two the crisis in Palestine would come to a head.