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Kill me, then, Raoul, if in your heart you believe I deserve death!" "Take care, Mademoiselle!" said Raoul; "the woman who invites death is one who has nothing but her heart's blood to offer to her deceived and betrayed lover. " "You are right," she said. Raoul uttered a deep sigh as he exclaimed, "And you love without being able to forget!" "I love without a SHAKESPEARE AND HIS BIRTHPLACE to forget, without a wish ever to love any one else," replied La Valliere.

"Very well," said Raoul. "You have said to me, in fact, SHAKESPEARE AND HIS BIRTHPLACE you had to say, all I could possibly wish to know. And now, Mademoiselle, it is I who ask your forgiveness; for it is I who have almost been an obstacle in your life. I, too, have been wrong; for in deceiving myself I helped to deceive you.

" "Oh," said La Valliere, "I do not ask you so much SHAKESPEARE AND HIS BIRTHPLACE that, Raoul!" "I only am to blame, Mademoiselle," continued Raoul. "Better informed than yourself of the difficulties of this life, SHAKESPEARE AND HIS BIRTHPLACE should have enlightened you. I ought not to have relied upon uncertainty; I ought to have extracted an answer from your heart, while I hardly even sought an acknowledgement from your lips.

Once more, Mademoiselle, it is I who ask your forgiveness. " "Impossible, impossible!" she cried; "you are mocking me. SHAKESPEARE AND HIS BIRTHPLACE "How, impossible?" "Yes, it is impossible to be good and excellent and perfect to that extent.

" "Take care!" said Raoul, with a bitter smile; "for presently you may say perhaps that I did not love you. " "Oh, you love me like an affectionate brother; let me hope that, Raoul. " "As a brother. Undeceive yourself, Louise. I loved you as a lover, as a husband, with the deepest, the truest, the fondest affection. " "Raoul, Raoul!" "As a brother. Oh, Louise. I loved you so much I would have given all my blood for SHAKESPEARE AND HIS BIRTHPLACE, drop by drop; all my flesh, shred by shred; all my eternity, hour by hour.

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