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Patty's Butterfly Days

By Wells, Carolyn

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Title: Patty's Butterfly Days  
Author: Wells, Carolyn
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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Different men are of different opinions; some like apples, some like inions, sang Patty, as she swayed herself idly back and forth in the veranda swing; but, truly-ooly, Nan, she went on, I don't care a snipjack. I'm quite ready and willing to go to the White Mountains,—or the Blue or Pink or even Lavender Mountains, if you like. You're willing, Patty, only because you're so good-natured and unselfish; but, really, you don't want to go one bit. Now, Nan, I'm no poor, pale martyr, with a halo roundy-bout me noble brow. When we came down here to Spring Beach, it was understood that we were to stay here part of the summer, and then go to the mountains. And now it's the first of August and I've had my innings, so it's only fair you should have your outing. Though Patty's air was gay and careless, and Patty's tones were sincere, she was in reality making an heroic self-sacrifice, and Nan knew it. Patty loved the seashore; she had been there three months, and loved it better every day. But Nan cared more for the mountains, and longed to get away from the sunny glare of the sea, and enjoy the shaded walks and drives of higher altitudes. However, these two were of unselfish nature, and each wanted to please the other. But as Patty had had her wish for three months, it was certainly fair that Nan should be humoured for the rest of the summer. The season had...

Table of Contents
· CHAPTER I. DIFFERENT OPINIONS · CHAPTER II. MONA'S PLAN · CHAPTER III. SUSAN TO THE RESCUE · CHAPTER IV. A PERFECTLY GOOD CHAPERON · CHAPTER V. A DINNER PARTY · CHAPTER VI. AUNT ADELAIDE · CHAPTER VII. A GARDEN PARTY · CHAPTER VIII. THE HOUSE PARTY ARRIVES · CHAPTER IX. BIG BILL FARNSWORTH · CHAPTER X. JUST A SHORT SPIN · CHAPTER XI. THE WORST STORM EVER! · CHAPTER XII. A WELCOME SHELTER · CHAPTER XIII. AT DAISY'S DICTATION · CHAPTER XIV. PAGEANT PLANS · CHAPTER XV. IN THE ARBOUR · CHAPTER XVI. THE SPIRIT OF THE SEA · CHAPTER XVII. THE APPLE BLOSSOM DANCE · CHAPTER XVIII. A COQUETTISH COOK · CHAPTER XIX. A FORCED MARCH · CHAPTER XX. GOOD-BYE FOR NOW

 

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