Asian needlework 190s
As it was, we talked — not freely, of course — until far into the night, discussing the position wherein we found ourselves, and the means of escape. All day long I had worked at the loom with my sisters, trying to get a rug finished against the departure of the Armenian rug buyer who had arrived from Stamboul a few days before. My nerves would not carry out the mandates of my will. While following his chosen pro- fession of physician for a livelihood, it is safe to say that more than one half his life was spent in historical and genealogical work, for which he received no pecuniary compensation. With the Armenians, the gulf of blood that has been spilt is impossible to bridge. The results of the creative energy of this period are today the very pride of Japan.
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