Лондон, Нью-Йорк, 1902 год. Издательство Macmillan and Company, Limited. Издательский переплет. Сохранность хорошая. Сохранена оригинальная обложка. Издание не подлежит вывозу за пределы Российской Федерации. Вашему вниманию представлено антикварное издание 1902 года. В книгу вошел роман американской писательницы М.Л.Моулсуорт "The House Тhat Grew" Mamma sat quite quietly in her favourite corner, on the sofa in the drawing-room, all the time papa was speaking. I think, or I thought afterwards, that she was crying a little, though that isn't her way at all. Dods didn't think so, for I asked him, when we were by ourselves. She did not speak any way, except just to whisper to me when I ran up to kiss her before we went out, 'We will have a good talk about it all afterwards, darling. Run out now with Geordie.' I was very glad to get out of the room, I was so dreadfully afraid of beginning to cry myself. I didn't know which I was the sorriest for - papa or mamma - mamma, I think, though I don't know, either! Papa tried to be so cheerful about it; it was almost worse than if he had spoken very sadly. It reminded me of Dods when he was a very little boy and broke his arm, and when they let me peep into the room just after the doctor had set it, he smiled and whistled to make out it didn't hurt much, though he was as white as white. Poor old Doddie! And poor papa!