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Werner, E: The Alpine Fay. v1. 21 Sep 2013
Werner, E., pseudonym of Elisabeth Bürstenbinder (Berlin, 1838-1918, Merano), author of numerous light novels published in serial form. Her collected works appeared as Gesammelte Romane und Novellen (10 vols.) 1893-5.
"So pray listen to reason, Thurgau," he said, in a tone in which impatience was audible. "Your opposition will do you no good. In any case you will be forced to relinquish your estate."
"I, forced!" exclaimed Thurgau, angrily. "We'll see about that. While I live, not a stone of Wolkenstein shall be touched."
"But it is directly in the way. The big bridge starts from here, and the line of railway goes directly through your property."
"Then alter your cursed line of railway! Carry it where you choose, over the top of the Wolkenstein, for all I care, but let my house alone. No need to talk, Nordheim; I persist in my 'no.'"
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