Dutch-Breakfast

This moment

He says the amount of responsibility which it puts upon him makes him nervous. He begins to doubt himself. I try to cheer him up, and my belief in him helps him to have a belief in himself.

But it is here that the grave shock that he experienced tells upon him the most.

Oh, it is too hard that a sweet, simple, noble, strong nature such as his—a nature which enabled him by our dear, good friend’s aid to rise from clerk to master in a few years—should be so injured that the very essence of its strength is gone.

When we came into Lucy’s room

Train to London