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Leonard Merrick

The Elegant De Fronsac

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The interesting scene in which de Fronsac was confronted by Péricat--each of the pair "assisted" by counsel--occurred in the cabinet of the juge d'instruction on the day after Théophile had been interrogated alone. His helpless avowal then that he had lied to an "honorable institution" had produced no feeling in his favor. Péricat was unrecognizable in the presence of the juge d'instruction. Never had an apache been heard to express more noble sentiments; nor did he once tap his nose. His language was as pure as a maiden's, his voice as soft.

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Dead Violets

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Leonard Merrick (21 February 1864[1] – 7 August 1939) was an English novelist. Although largely forgotten today, he was widely admired by his peers, J. M. Barrie called Merrick the "novelist's novelist." They stood looking in each other's eyes, neither knowing what to say next. Her heart was thumping terribly and she felt very happy and very frightened. More than once she had been tempted to write to him that her courage had broken down.

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A Chair on the Boulevard

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A Chair on the Boulevard is written by Leonard Merrick. Twenty mirthful stories of Pitou, the composer, and the poet, Tricotrin, and several other delightful artistes who live in the bohemia of Montmartre.

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