father and son love

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  • Passing by the office of the “Journal pour Rire,” the father and son gaping in all the windows like true rustics, they saw announced an illustrated edition of “The Labors of Hercules.”

    Little Journeys to the Homes of Eminent Painters

  • The cordial conversation did not ease my disconcertedness, nor did I feel any better when father and son finally left us alone again.

    Body of Evidence

  • But Mr. Hannay thought all this provocation was of no importance and bound over both father and son to keep the peace -- an indefensible decision, a decision only to be explained by the sympathy everywhere shown to Queensberry because of his victory over Wilde, otherwise surely any honest magistrate would have condemned the father who sent obscene letters to his son's wife -- a lady above reproach.

    Oscar Wilde His Life and Confessions

  • Both father and son ought to have been baptized in the Castalian Fount.

    The Life and Genius of Nathaniel Hawthorne

  • I half deliberately said it with the same inflection that father and son had said they didn't see my films, and Quentin van Huren heard it.

    Smokescreen

  • No doubt extreme joy by itself tends to act on the lacrymal glands; but on such occasions as the foregoing vague thoughts of the grief which would have been felt had the father and son never met, will probably have passed through their minds; and grief naturally leads to the secretion of tears.

    The expression of the emotions in man and animals

  • Splendid portraits were commissioned too, and in 1476, father and son sat to Pedro Berruguete.

    The Dragon’s Trail

  • The interview between the father and son is inexpressibly moving, and is only exceeded by that between the son and his Teraminta.

    The Lives of the Poets of Great Britain and Ireland

  • The four of them stood to say their good-byes and once father and son were out of sight, Jason scooped her up in his arms and gave her a twirl.

    I.O.U.

  • Maybe the death of Mrs. Van Slyke was bringing father and son together.

    Blood Lure

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