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CHAPTER VII The Dairylocked

  • George Eliot


The dairy was certainly worth looking at: it was a scene to sicken for with a sort of calenture* in hot and dusty streets—such coolness, such purity, such fresh fragrance of new-pressed cheese, of firm butter, of wooden vessels perpetually bathed in...

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