The Dangerous Inheritance, Or, The Mystery of the Tittani Rubies by Izola Louise ForresterThe Dangerous Inheritance, Or, The Mystery of the Tittani Rubies by Izola Louise Forrester

The Dangerous Inheritance, Or, The Mystery of the Tittani Rubies

byIzola Louise Forrester

Paperback | February 8, 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1920 Excerpt: ... CHAPTER XX Sauntering from the elevated station at Eighth Street over to the Square, Jacobelli mused upon the vagaries of a golden voice. His point of view was changing with the speed of an Alpine tourist. Maria had acquainted him with the decision of Carlota. "Ah, signor, believe me, she does not feign illness. Her heart is not breaking. It is freezing, which is worse. Never will she sing again, she declares, if you deny her the one whom she loves. She spoke his name in her sleep. It is the romance beautiful, the divine fire from heaven alighted upon the altar of a woman's heart, it is--" "Enough!" exclaimed Jacobelli. "I capitulate. Doubtless she is right. Two--three years nearly I have taught her all I know, and yet what is it? She cannot1 sing the wonderful heart-throb music as the great woman artiste must. Not all the technique in the world can put it into her voice; yet one day she meets the man she loves, and lo! it is there, she excels. I knew it when she came to me that day at the studio after she had quarreled with him. I heard it then in her voice, the glory--the abandon--the power of the woman who claims the universe for her love. And I am a fool, Maria, I lose my head entirely. I am jealous of this unknown teacher who has opened the heart of my star. I hate him. At the Nevins fete I make the grand fool of myself, signora. But now, I see, I bow. Let her have her love if she will. I have lunched with the Marchese, and am at peace with the world. After the honeymoon tell her we will resume her lessons." He felt marvelously benevolent as he made his way towards Ames's studio. Possibly his luncheon chat with the Marchese had much to do with it, also the fact that later he had seen Casanova. Count D'Istria had kept his word to Griffeth, and Casanova,...
Title:The Dangerous Inheritance, Or, The Mystery of the Tittani RubiesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:60 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.12 inPublished:February 8, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217893945

ISBN - 13:9780217893947