By E. M. Forster
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He wondered whether he would not plan a pleasant day for these folk before they left—some expedition, perhaps, with Lucy well chaperoned to be nice to them. It was one of Mr. % Evening approached while they chatted; the air became brighter; the colours on the trees and hills were purified, and the Arno lost its muddy solidity and began to twinkle. There were a few streaks of bluish-green among the clouds, a few patches of watery light upon the earth, and then the dripping facade of San Miniato shone brilliantly in the declining sun.
Unattainable: unerreichbar. unshaven: unrasiert, stoppelig, ungeschoren. unsubstantial: gehaltlos. wherein: worin. wistfully: sehnsüchtig. E. M. Forster 43 George Emerson still looked at her, but not across anything. She had complained of dullness, and lo! one man was stabbed, and another held her in his arms. They were sitting on some steps in the Uffizi Arcade. He must have carried her. He rose when she spoke, and began to dust his knees. % “Then let us come home. ” He held out his hand to pull her up.
There a cabman signalled to them; they refused him. — and gave himself up to the police! Mr. Beebe was saying that Italians know everything, but I think they are rather childish. ” He had thrown something into the stream. ” “Things I didn’t want,” he said crossly. “Mr. ” German bewildered: verwirrten, verwirrtest, verwirrte, verwirrt, verwirrtet, irre, geistig durcheinander, fassungslos. cabman: Taxifahrer. childish: kindisch, kindlich, infantil, albern. cousin: Vetter, Kusine, Cousin, Base, Cousine, Neffe.