Artois thought, "I have seen you there without consciously noticing you."
Artois had let go her hands, and now she turned to the Sicilian.
Hermione had said that Artois was a great man, and Maurice had felt that he was a great man, had mentally sat at his feet.
Hermione could not help laughing, and Artois echoed her laugh.
Before Artois left Marechiaro the tender treachery was arranged.
Once more Artois had his friend, released from the love of another man.
Perhaps Artois was one of those men who liked to have a clever woman at his beck and call.
Artois had played upon her intellect, had appealed, too, to her mother's heart.
Artois hinted that he received a good rent from the English lady for the cottage on Monte Amato.
It was this fear which made him argue on the same side as Artois.