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They had been stopped at the Dazio coming back, and the young officials there, who seemed impudent and desoeuvre, had tried to search their reticules for provisions. It might have been most unpleasant. Fortunately Miss Lavish was a match for any one. For good or for evil, Lucy was left to face her problem alone. None of her friends had seen her, either in the Piazza or, later on, by the embankment. Mr. ” But he only supposed that she was ready for an adventure, not that she had encountered it. This solitude oppressed her; she was accustomed to have her thoughts confirmed by others or, at all events, contradicted; it was too dreadful not to know whether she was thinking right or wrong.

Mr. Beebe smiled nonchalantly. He had made a gentle effort to introduce the Emersons into Bertolini society, and the effort had failed. He was almost the only person who remained friendly to them. Miss Lavish, who represented intellect, was avowedly hostile, and now the Miss Alans, who stood for good breeding, were following her. Miss Bartlett, smarting under an obligation, would scarcely be civil. The case of Lucy was different. She had given him a hazy account of her adventures in Santa Croce, and he gathered that the two men had made a curious and possibly concerted attempt to annex her, to show her the world from their own strange standpoint, to interest her in their private sorrows and joys.

Branching: bifurcación. chivalry: caballería. contemplated: Contemplado. enters: entra, inscribe, monta. gossip: cotillear, cotilleo, chismear, chismes, los chismes, chismorreo. harm: daño, dañar, perjudicar a, detrimento, dañar a, perjuicio, mal. hopeless: desesperado. idle: ocioso, haraganear, perezoso, inactivo, en reposo. intelligent: inteligente. knight: caballero, caballo. lacked: faltaba. melody: melodía. modified: modificado, modificar. nakedness: desnudez. paths: trayectos. puzzling: perplejidad, enigmático, enigma, acertijo, adivinanza, embrollo, confundir, embrollar, misterioso, enredar, enredo.

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