Rapp struggles aloud with the notion that life and death exist simultaneously—that living is, in essence, dying.
Mr. Volz had the goodness to accompany me to Economy, the remarkable and interesting colony of Mr. Rapp.
The letters remained steady on the screen, and Mr. Rapp studied them.
At length, in the middle of December, an officer brought word that Rapp with his staff would arrive next day.
It needs no second-sight to discern the end of Rapp's scheme.
Berthier and Rapp, noting the lad's importunity, had him searched and brought before Napoleon.
"You don't have to sell her if you don't want to," said Rapp.
Rapp was present when Napoleon received the King of Prussia's letter.
He took the money Rapp handed him and once more Peter was homeless.
They have a peculiar hymn-book, containing many hymns from the Wurtemberg psalm-book, and others written by the elder Rapp.