- Clearly, - adjusting to her tone, he said. - The Moor has done his job, is not it? - He deliberately left his hand where it was. - No! - She said quickly. - No, I did not mean that. It turned out, perhaps, as if ... - Hmm? - As if I used you. - Is not that so? - Please, Logan, do not be so cruel. It seemed to me that you know everything. Logan, too, it seemed that he understands. At first, maybe, he really understood everything, but now the situation has clearly changed. Now he could see that not only took her quickly because he wanted to make it clear to Kate in her bed it was he, and not Victor. Forcing himself to desire, he wanted to punish her for what she married Victor. He realized it only now. No matter what she was waiting for him, he could not bring himself to play the role of understudy her husband. At the same time, he caressed her, knowing that this is the last time. More to it, it will not come.
Space and the 'March of Mind': Literature and the Physical Sciences in Britain 1815-1850
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