Sometimes, My Mortal Enemy, Sometimes

All the sentences with “sometimes” in Willa Cather’s 1926 novel ‘My Mortal Enemy’

It was sometimes terrible, too, as I was to find out later.

“But they’ve been happy, anyhow?” I sometimes asked her.

Sometimes I can still take a drive along the shore.

Sometimes they go to the movies, and stay out later,” he said mournfully.

Sometimes she has locked me out for days together,” he said.




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