Let Us Be True

Author: Alex Christofi
Publisher: Serpent's Tail
ISBN: 1782833021
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But what is Elsa hiding? And can their love survive it? Let Us Be True charts the lives of these two extraordinary characters through an era of great uncertainty, from the war and its aftermath through to the deadly unrest of 1960s Paris.

Let Us Be True

Author: Roméo Mannarino
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781468516067
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One gets a glimpse into the fascinating world of classical music. Here is a story of passionate love, involving four women and Daniel’s relationships with them, marked by varying degrees of happiness, heartbreak, and personal fulfillment.

Let Us Be True

Author: Erna Buffie
Publisher: Coteau Books
ISBN: 1550506420
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From the killing fields of Europe, to the merciless beauty of the Canadian prairies, Let Us Be True tells the story of three women, whose lives have been shaped and damaged by secrets – their own and those that stretch back through time, ...

What Is Worth While

Author: Anna Robertson Brown Lindsay
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Let us be slow to make friends, but, having once made them, let us pray that
neither life nor death, misunderstanding, distance, nor doubt, may ever come
between us, to vex our peace. Let us be patient, let us be kindly, let us be self-
possessed in friendship. There are so many ways of grieving a friend, — shall we
not walk softly before him ? Let us be true to our friends, and then believe that
they are and ever will be true to us. True love never nags ; it trusts. One of the
dearest thoughts ...

The English Review Or An Abstract Of English And Foreign Literature

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Our empire, I fear, has already powerful enemies on the Continent ; let us not
weaken ourselves by internal div.inon, let every part rather be strengthened, and
all united in affection ; let us be true to one another, and Britain, I trust, . rnay yet
be confident against the world in arms, ami this Sir, is the warmest wisti of Your
very obedient! Humble .Servant, □- LUCIUS O'BR I EN. Sir Lucius does not Le
how the prosperity of Ireland can injure that of England, any more than the
prosperity ...

Options Ii Tm 2005 Ed

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Publisher: Rex Bookstore, Inc.
ISBN: 9789712341915
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Let us be realistic//. Let us, above all, be true to ourselves//. The stakes are high/
— our liberties, those very liberties for which the Filipinos of yesterday fought and
died/, our happiness, and our very existence as a nation/ and as a race//. We
cannot afford to suppress truth or to extenuate our shortcomings//. Let us cast
away pretense and futile pride//. Let us look at ourselves stripped of the veil and
trappings with which, in our vanity/, we often cover ourselves//. That we are at all
capable ...

Sunlight On A Square

Author: Basil Payne
Publisher: c.payne
ISBN: 0993165818
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... old-world portrait Regarding us with private certitude From a recess of the
suspended past. . . . Or is this half-truth only? was there not, too, The hot sun
pricking the responsive skin; The walk along the where the sea Converged
obliquely with the crimson sky, Making an April evening deathless; The clasp of
conversation, and the glad embrace Of loving — or of longing to be loved; The
sullen silence of the aftermath, As soul confronted soul's insolvency? Let us be
true to one another, ...

Death In Leamington

Author: David Smith
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1784627259
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CHAPTER FIVE Love, Let us be True – (Moderato) 'R.P.A.' Ah, love, let us be true
To one another! for the world, which seems To lie before us like a land of dreams,
So various, so beautiful, so new, Hath really neither joy, nor love, nor light, Nor
certitude, nor peace, nor help for pain; And we are here as on a darkling plain
Swept with confused alarms of struggle and flight, Where ignorant armies clash
by night. Matthew Arnold, Dover Beach I know now that the Dell Park holds a
special ...

The Boston Quarterly Reviex Volume Iii

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If we would be men, be what our forms and lineaments promise, we must be
heroes. We must dare always to utter the truth, whether its utterance be in words
or in deeds. We must be always true to our inward convictions, and if the world be
opposed to them, no matter ; we must take our stand on them, and trust that in
due time the world will come round to us. We must shun falsehood as the most
deadly poison, and be true to the God within us, let it cost us what it may. If there
be ...