will to


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Something higher than all reconciliation must the Will will which is the Will to Power--: but how doth that take place?
Maud used to beg to come to tea, and Polly, glad to do anything for those who had done a good deal for her, made a point of calling for the little girl as they came home from their walk, or sending Will to escort her in the carriage, which Maud always managed to secure if bad weather threatened to quench her hopes.
Guess I 'll go round to Polly's, and ask Will to drive out with me, and save him the walk, poor chap.