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- But she should be dressed as a nun; I think she looks almost what you call a Quaker; I would dress her as a nun in my picture.Book 2 — Old and Young (65% in)
- They were just in time to see another figure standing against a pedestal near the reclining marble: a breathing blooming girl, whose form, not shamed by the Ariadne, was clad in Quakerish gray drapery; her long cloak, fastened at the neck, was thrown backward from her arms, and one beautiful ungloved hand pillowed her cheek, pushing somewhat backward the white beaver bonnet which made a sort of halo to her face around the simply braided dark-brown hair.Book 2 — Old and Young (65% in)
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