Real Romance and Bogus Theology

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and the rooming-house landlady isncoarse and snoopy. Bereft, Emmelinenturns to the only obvious, easy sourcenof comfort---a supervisor in the mill.nAt this point Ms. Rossner temporarilynabandons her religious theme innfavor of the tried-and-true combinationnof the country innocent and the dastardlynrake. A pregnant, disgracednEmmeline is banished, and . . .

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