把孤独当作晚餐酷狗在线播放All that day, except for the visit to Wilson's, which occupied two hours, Anna spent in doubts whether everything were over or whether there were still hope of reconciliation, whether she should go away at once or see him once more. She was expecting him the whole day, and in the evening, as she went to her own room, leaving a message for him that her head ached, she said to herself, "If he comes in spite of what the maid says, it means that he loves me still. If not, it means that all is over, and then I will decide what I'm to do!..."视屏如果没有播放按钮请刷新网页
"What's that to you? Ecod!" growled Mr. Cruncher, "it's you I have got a old grudge again, is it, with your shameful impositions upon tradesmen! I'd catch hold of your throat and choke you for half a guinea."把孤独当作晚餐酷狗在线播放
把孤独当作晚餐酷狗在线播放"Why, what have we done to you. Dinah, as you must go away from us?" said Mr. Poyser, still pausing over his tea-cup. "It's like breaking your word, welly, for your aunt never had no thought but you'd make this your home."
“I know I have come without warrant,” he said, answering her implication. “I have been led to see--no matter how--that I made mistakes in the past, and what I want to do now is to right them, if you will let me.”把孤独当作晚餐酷狗在线播放