The Innocence of Father Brown
"'Has Miss Hope seen that thing on the window?'"
(see page 130).
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"'Has Miss Hope seen that Thing on the Window?'"
"Father Brown bent over the Prostrate Comic Policeman"
"He put his Hand on the Shoulder of an ordinary passing Postman"
"'The Earl of Glengyle,' said Brown sadly, and looked down heavily at the Skull"
"The duellists had already crossed Swords"
"Five People rushed into the Gate of the Mansions as Three People rushed out"
"'Who are You, you cursed Spy, to weave your Spider's web round Me?'"
"'Then it was that the unlucky Girl ran in, and, misunderstanding the Struggle, strove to slash her Father Free'"
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