3 edition of The Real Thing found in the catalog.
|Statement||Richard Kasak Book|
|Publishers||Richard Kasak Book|
|LC Classifications||July 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 113 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
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Their good looks had been their capital, and they had good-humouredly made the most of the career that this resource marked out for them. I was disappointed; for in the pictorial sense I had immediately SEEN them. We will guarantee our rinsed nightcrawlers to pass Canadian border inspection. If I could work them into it their future would be assured, for the labour would of course be long and the occupation steady. They bored me a good deal; but the very fact that they bored me admonished me not to sacrifice them--if there was anything to be done with them- -simply to irritation.
Perhaps they wished to be done together--in which case they ought to have brought a third person to break the news. Miss Churm was greatly in demand, never in want of employment, so I had no scruple in putting her off occasionally, to try them more at my ease. No matter how our protagonist tried to make them up, they would remain austere, gentlemanly, or ladylike, and could not be made into anything The Real Thing. Throughout the story, it is noted that Miss Churm can be made into anything, while Mrs.
My mouth is watering right now!!! She was as tall and straight, in her degree, as her companion, and with ten years less to carry. " "We always got our photographs for nothing," smiled Mrs. Sometimes he gave a random sigh, of which the essence was: "Give me even such a bare old barrack as THIS, and I'd do something with it!
" Major Monarch asked, with lurking alarm. I noted the warning, but I didn't turn my friends The Real Thing of doors.
By the end of the story, the Monarchs realize their lack of usefulness as models for any artist because they are exactly what they are, no more or less. His brother gets into some trouble and is soon in need of a liver. " However, they went off with an evident increase of comfort, founded on their demonstrable advantage in being the real thing.
"We've been photographed, IMMENSELY," said Mrs.
I was therefore very glad when Jack Hawley came home: he was always of such good counsel.
Sometimes, even, I thought it, though she was plain herself, too insipidly pretty; I made it a reproach to her that the figures drawn from her were monotonously betement, as we used to say graceful.
But Oronte gave us tea, with a hundred eager confusions he had never seen such a queer process , and I think she thought better of me for having at last an "establishment.
" He hung fire; he wanted me to help him by phrasing what he meant.