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DIARYDear I Always Remember You
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"If the letters and the Diary are read," said the brutal spokesman of the mob, "the letters and the Diary will hang him."
The reading of the extracts from the letters and the extracts from the Diary began.
The correspondence of the prisoner, which had been found, with his Diary, in the locked bed-table drawer, was produced next.
"A diary?" Nicholas repeated with a shade of irony, and he took up the book.
In the diary was set down everything in the children's lives that seemed noteworthy to their mother as showing their characters or suggesting general reflections on educational methods.
The radiant eyes gazed at him questioningly: would he approve or disapprove of her diary? There could be no doubt not only of his approval but also of his admiration for his wife.
On the other hand, I have continued to fold my clothes, and to keep my little diary. The former habit links me to my happy childhood--before papa was ruined.
Without my diary, I doubt--pray let me express it in the grossest terms!-- if I could have honestly earned my money.
My diary informs me, that I was accidentally passing Aunt Verinder's house in Montagu Square, on Monday, 3rd July, 1848.
On the next page of the Diary, another entry appears.
Levin, not without an inner struggle, handed her his diary. He knew that between him and her there could not be, and should not be, secrets, and so he had decided that so it must be.
The last entry in his diary was made the morning following her death, and there he recites the sad details in a matter-of- fact way that adds to the pathos of it; for it breathes a tired apathy born of long sorrow and hopelessness, which even this cruel blow could scarcely awake to further suffering: