Chapter XXIV 鈥淥ui, madame,鈥?replied F茅lise. He thought of the high resolves which he had made in prison about using his disgrace as a vantage ground of strength rather than trying to make people forget it. 鈥淭hat was all very well then,鈥?he thought to himself, 鈥渨hen the grapes were beyond my reach, but now it is different.鈥?Besides, who but a prig would set himself high aims, or make high resolves at all? His voice and manner were unchanged, and when Ernest, remarking upon a plan of Rome which hung in the hall, spoke inadvertently of the Quirinal, he replied with all his wonted pomp: 鈥淵es, the Quirinal 鈥?or as I myself prefer to call it, the Quirinal.鈥?After this triumph he inhaled a long breath through the corners of his mouth, and flung it back again into the face of Heaven, as in his finest form during his head-mastership. At lunch he did indeed once say, 鈥渘ext to impossible to think of anything else,鈥?but he immediately corrected himself and substituted the words, 鈥渘ext to impossible to entertain irrelevant ideas,鈥?after which he seemed to feel a good deal more comfortable. Ernest saw the familiar volumes of Dr. Skinner鈥檚 works upon the book-shelves in the Deanery dining-room, but he saw no copy of 鈥淩ome or the Bible-Which?鈥? 综合在线 日韩欧美 中文字幕 5 But in the evening You made us come out of it. O God, we transgressed against You one hour, and all these trials and sorrows have come over us until this day.