Miss Pippin adoring young Pumpkin, and dreaming along endless vistas of unwearying companionship
, was a little drama which never tired our fathers and mothers, and had been put into all costumes.
But he knew, further, that the comfort of the fire would be his, the protection of the gods, the companionship
of the dogs--the last, a companionship
of enmity, but none the less a companionship
and satisfying to his gregarious needs.
To hold converse with pines, to whisper secrets with the poplars, to listen to the tales of old romance that beeches have to tell, to walk in eloquent silence with self-contained firs, is to learn what real companionship
The atmosphere of the many loves that had sanctified the little house was all about her; the companionship
of two healthy, happy, young folks of her own generation encircled her; she felt and yielded to the magic of her surroundings--Miss Cornelia and Captain Jim would scarcely have recognized her; Anne found it hard to believe that this was the cold, unresponsive woman she had met on the shore--this animated girl who talked and listened with the eagerness of a starved soul.
And certainly the companionship
of school has had a good effect on him, and he is perfectly well, and making good progress.
Not a sound was audible in the building, but the slight rustle of men moving a little apart, all along the centre of the room, to open a means of passing out, to the man with whom they had all bound themselves to renounce companionship.
He had been for many years, a quiet silent man, associating but little with other men, and used to companionship with his own thoughts.
That it was possible even for justice itself to confound the innocent with the guilty when they were in accidental companionship, he knew already; and that deeply-laid plans for the destruction of inconveniently knowing or over-communicative persons, had been really devised and carried out by the Jew on more occasions than one, he thought by no means unlikely, when he recollected the general nature of the altercations between that gentleman and Mr.
Having prepared his mind, by solitude and gloom, to prefer any society to the companionship of his own sad thoughts in such a dreary place, he was now slowly instilling into his soul the poison which he hoped would blacken it, and change its hue for ever.
It may be the companionship
of the nightly stir, or it may be the companionship
of the gin and beer that slop about among carters and hucksters, or it may be the companionship
of the trodden vegetable refuse which is so like their own dress that perhaps they take the Market for a great wardrobe; but be it what it may, you shall see no such individual drunkards on doorsteps anywhere, as there.
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