mothers separated from children, loss of money, loss of，
'She made her way into the palace once, before I knew anything about her; and I cannot tell you how dreadfully indecent her conduct was.'
'Was it?' said the delighted countess.
'Insufferable,' said the prelatess.
'But why does she lie on a sofa?' asked the Lady De Courcy.
'She has only one leg,' said Mrs Proudie.
'Only one leg!' said the Lady De Courcy, who felt to a certain degree dissatisfied that the signora was thus incapacitated. 'Was she born so?'
'Oh, no,' said Mrs Proudie,--and her ladyship felt somewhat recomforted by the assurance,--'she had two. But that Signor Neroni beat her, I believe, till she was obliged to have one amputated. At any rate she entirely lost the use of it.'
'Unfortunate creature!' said the countess, who herself knew something of matrimonial trials.
article title：mothers separated from children, loss of money, loss of
Address of this article：http://igxys.qhdrich.com/html/450b598554.html
This article is published by the partner and does not representXiao Qiang's misfortunePosition, reprint, contact the author and indicate the source：Xiao Qiang's misfortune
current location： reading > >mothers separated from children, loss of money, loss of