In any case I felt disagreeably impressed, for like always answers to like, and, no matter what position one is in, things invariably appear to correspond
It is not my place at present to enter into particulars; I only meet your good hopes concerning me by telling you that my own hopes correspond
to them-- that what you expect from me I desire to fulfil; and I am quite of Mr.
The snows of a New England winter had often supplied him with a species of marble as dazzingly white, at least, as the Parian or the Carrara, and if less durable, yet sufficiently so to correspond
with any claims to permanent existence possessed by the boy's frozen statues.
First it struck me that she must have really a large sum in her mind; then I reasoned quickly that her idea of a large sum would probably not correspond
to my own.
But he felt it to be a pity, as regards a possible acquaintance with her, that her parents should be heavy little burghers, that her brother should not correspond
to his conception of a young man of the upper class, and that her sister should be a Daisy Miller en herbe.
Verdier, the French gentleman, from whom I have gained more than I ever expected(in six weeks), and with whom I have promised to correspond