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The Girl on the Boat - Penn State University

The Girl on the Boat - Penn State University

The Girl on the Boat - Penn State

THE GIRL ON THE BOAT BY P. G. WODEHOUSE An Electronic Classics Series Publication

  • Page 2 and 3: The Girl
  • Page 4 and 5: One Moment! Before my friend Mr. Je
  • Page 6 and 7: the intellectuals of Great Britain
  • Page 8 and 9: twenty-five, and was now about six
  • Page 10 and 11: with her till the end of her lectur
  • Page 12 and 13: she went into the dining-room in a
  • Page 14 and 15: chaps, you see, with a great line o
  • Page 16 and 17: The Girl
  • Page 18 and 19: heart had been lying empty, all swe
  • Page 20 and 21: was a good sort, and would be a che
  • Page 22 and 23: “She didn’t say a word. She nev
  • Page 24 and 25: ar directly we pass the three-mile
  • Page 26 and 27: must go back a space. We must retur
  • Page 28 and 29: ject saved on such occasions is a l
  • Page 30 and 31: as a harpoon for spearing dollar bi
  • Page 32 and 33: “Pa, this gen’man wants to be t
  • Page 34 and 35: I never saw anything so wonderful.
  • Page 36 and 37: CHAPTER III Sam Paves the Way FOR S
  • Page 38 and 39: last ten minutes by thinking steadi
  • Page 40 and 41: “‘The Idylls o
  • Page 42 and 43: was to it. He simply didn’t add u
  • Page 44 and 45: “That sounds as though you play g
  • Page 46 and 47: having passed with her aunt, two mo
  • Page 48 and 49: “Don’t do it!” said Eustace H
  • Page 50 and 51: cient to show him that the man was
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    “Oh, hello!” said a voice. All

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    “Oh, don’t let’s talk about B

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    “It will be terrible.” “Not a

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    draw when abashed. One could not pi

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    “Bream Mortimer? Good gracious, n

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    CHAPTER V Persecution of Eustace

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    “Her hair? Now, let me see. You a

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    Sam sank down on the lounge. “

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    CHAPTER VI Scene at a Ship’s Conc

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    So tense was Eustace’s concentrat

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    The spell which ha

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    You have to use butter ….” She

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    “I did it for your sake.” “I

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    _he_ was a man who always looked on

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    shaking hands with Eustace Hignett.

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    ceased to include the whole sex in

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    the Hotel Magnificent at Bingley-on

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    The first smile th

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    “On behalf of our client, Mr. Wib

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    “And I said I was quite ready.”

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    2 SAM, reaching Bruton Street at a

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    CHAPTER IX Rough Work at a Dinner T

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    Marlowe,” he proceeded, swinging

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    “I’ll believe that when I meet

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    e a small minority in any audience

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    “Yes,” said Sam, and returned t

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    CHAPTER X Trouble at Windles 1 MR.

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    “Whatever you might have said wou

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    a thing, but, after all, why not? <

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    assador knocking on the door of a f

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    The unfortunate Br

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    “Oh, no! I can see now that I was

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    “Very good! Then

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    CHAPTER XI Mr. Bennett Has a Bad Ni

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    that it will be the matter of a few

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    The not unreasonab

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    “What nonsense!” she said at th

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    Half-way down the stairs, it sudden

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    truth swept over him for the hundre

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    There was a pause,

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    “Who is he?” asked Billie. “H

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    “Oh, but I have it! I have, Mr. S

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    series of pictures, “The<

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    a faint shimmer of light behind the

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    “I’ll see you out,” said Sam

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    CHAPTER XIV Strong Remarks by a Fat

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    ought to have directed at a prospec

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    “I have decided once and for all

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    Wilhelmina does the same! You’re

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    had met Samuel Marlowe on the previ

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    from London, and the subsequent wal

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    “You don’t understand, father d

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    The last portion o

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    know who this S. Marlowe is, but I

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    ued as it began, it was about the w

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    Sam’s dignity, on its death-bed,

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    sumed, but if you say so ….

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    “Yes, and a bark like a steam-sir

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    CHAPTER XVII A Crowded Night 1 IF T

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    slid into the cupboard behind the p

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    ecognised the truth of the scriptur

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    “You’re a marvel!” Eustace la

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    information which, on reflection, h

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    “As if that could make any differ

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    Mrs. Hignett’s mind was too fully

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    he had shrinkingly anticipated woul

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    “One of them was popping about ou

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    The room was in bl

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    to be the door leading into the hal

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    where she had been switching off th

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    “I shot at him,” said Jane. “

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    The cake-hound, ch

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    “There!” said

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    ner of her eyes. She hardly knew wh

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    Into the glare of the headlights th

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    “I don’t care.” “You will!

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    “That’s the right spirit! I lik

  • Page 206:

    The birds in the t

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