The Daughter of the People, or Love and Hate: A Drama in Three Acts (Classic Reprint)
Alfe. I tell you it was worse than that. My father's guests kept up the carouse till morning, and followed it up, not only here, but to my own room. It is their mad ravings by which you would judge me.
Thee. One word, one word, and I cast all this away for ever: tell me that you are unchanged - I heed not those reck less words more than the dregs of wine from which they sprang, but now your thoughts are clear, your brain cool, tell me now, that you are unchanged, that you love me as ever, and I will beg your pardon on my knees for these false doubts Thus, thus, with my head against the true heart I have wronged. (alfred puts her You do not speak, you put me away. Your eyes - great Heavens! What is this. Will you not answer me!
Alfe. Upon my word, Therese, but it is worth while making you angry, one never knows how resplendent those eyes can become till they are taught to burn as now.
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