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No family will accept a young man of dissolute habits.
It was with no little difficulty that Tarzan finally subdued the man, and while Otobu was removing the outer clothing from the corpse, Tarzan asked the black to question the young man as to his evident excitement at the sight of the body.
Now, it is different with the young man who is not shy.
The young man was able at last to find some spark of dignity.
The young man was very glad to meet none of them, and at once slipped unnoticed through the door on the right, and up the staircase.
If it be so," said the young man, sinking again on his pillow, "it is different; I am listening.
I wish you would try to understand what an amiable young man may be likely to feel in directly opposing those, whom as child and boy he has been looking up to all his life.
Dunster said nothing, only his keen, clear eyes seemed all the time to be questioning this gloomy-looking but apparently harmless young man.
I do not know, Miss Porter," replied the young man, "unless we have discovered a runaway simian from the London Zoo who has brought back a European education to his jungle home.
The young man threw himself upon the bench with a reckless laugh.
Athos approached and hung over the youth in an attitude full of tender melancholy; he looked long on this young man, whose smiling mouth and half closed eyes bespoke soft dreams and lightest slumber, as if his guardian angel watched over him with solicitude and affection.
Parry made a gesture of indignation, to which the young man replied by a pressure of the hand and a smile.

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