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You could not well be blamed," said Joan de Tany, generously.
As she spoke, Norman of Torn looked upon her critically for the first time, and he saw that Joan de Tany was beautiful, and that when she spoke her face lighted with a hundred little changing expressions of intelligence and character that cast a spell of fascination about her.
Norman of Torn, in his ignorance of the ways of women, saw only friendship in the little acts of Joan de Tany.
My dear Joan," Ralph exclaimed, stretching himself out with a gesture of impatience, "don't you see that we've all got to be sacrificed?
He began to wish to tell her about the Hilberys in order to abuse them, for in the miniature battle which so often rages between two quickly following impressions of life, the life of the Hilberys was getting the better of the life of the Denhams in his mind, and he wanted to assure himself that there was some quality in which Joan infinitely surpassed Miss Hilbery.
That's Herbert only just going to bed now," Joan interposed, as a door on the landing slammed vigorously.
Next morning, Joan and Sheldon, at breakfast, were aroused by a swelling murmur of angry voices.
Joan, startled by the unexpected leap, saw Carin-Jama, The Silent, reach out and seize Sheldon by the throat as he was half-way to his feet, while the five-score blacks surged forward for the killing.
When Sheldon came up on the veranda, he found Joan collapsed on the steamer-chair and in tears.
There were tears also in Joan Durbeyfield's eyes as she turned to go home.
Miss Joan Stacey, dark, with a drawn face and hair prematurely touched with grey, walked straight to her own desk and set out her papers with a practical flap.
He spoke with the brain-shaking authority of an orator, and Flambeau and Joan Stacey stared at him in amazed admiration.