The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from The White Moll by Frank L. Packard:|
on! We ain't got all night! It's de corner behind de washstand.
Give us a hand to move de furniture!"
It wasn't here behind the cretonne hanging! Rhoda Gray bit her lips
in a crestfallen little way. Well, her supposition had been natural
enough, hadn't it? And she would have tried every corner before she
was through if she had had the opportunity.
She moved now slightly, without a sound, parting the clothing away
from in front of her, and moving the cretonne hanging by the fraction
of an inch where it touched the side wall of the room. And now she
could see the Pug, with his dirty and discolored celluloid eye-patch,
and his ingeniously contorted face; and she could see Pinkie Bonn's