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The Heart Of Arethusa (Fiscle Part-X)

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The  Heart Of   Arethusa (Fiscle Part-X)

At The End Of A Long, Straight Avenue Of Symmetrically Developed Water
Maple Trees (The Trunks Of All The Trees Whitewashed To Precisely The
Same Height From The Ground) The House Gleamed Creamy-White, Directly
Facing The Pike. Its Broad Front Door Came Exactly Within The Middle
Distance Of This Vista Of Maples, As Though The Long-Ago Builder Had
Known That Miss Eliza's Orderly Soul Would Have Suffered Much
Unhappiness Had It Swerved A Fraction From The Centre And, Looking
Forward To The Time When She Should Rule At The Farm, Had Planned It
All To Save Her The Trouble Of A Change. Miss Eliza Would Have Been
Sorely Tempted To Move Either The House Or The Avenue, Had Not The
Front Door Been So Placed As To Be Viewed From The Exact Middle Of That
Avenue; Such Was Her Passion For Neatness And Precision.

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