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everything. Many angry words the young man let the young woman hear. He stretched his hands to heaven and accused it of having let his name

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be dragged in the dirt by a shameless woman. He shook his clenched fist before her face and asked her what punishment she thought great enoug

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h for such a crime as hers. She was not at all afraid. She thought that she had done right. She said that she had already caught a seriou

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s cold, and that might be punishment enough. “Elizabeth.” says Countess M?rta, “this is not a matter to joke about.” [270] “We two,” answers the young woman, “have never been able to agree about the right time to joke and to be serious.” “But you ought to understand, Elizabeth, that no honorable woman leaves her home to roam about in the middle of the night with a known adventurer.” Then Elizabeth Dohna saw that her mother-in-law meant her ruin. She saw that she must fight to the last gasp, lest Countess M?rta should succeed in drawing down upon her a terrible misfortune. “Henrik,” she begs, “do not let


your mother come between us! Let me tell y

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