Out of Africa is one of my favorite movies, and I had a grand time picturing him as Denys Finch Hatton flying high above Kenya.
I thought never to see you again, dear Denys: were you in the battle?
But the looking-glass did not tell Denys anything of all that.
On drawing near the village Denys halted and suddenly inquired of Gerard how he felt.
"What about——" began Denys, but she did not finish her sentence.
Gerard, for answer, flung his arms round Denys's neck in silence.
Billy and Denys walking at his bridle fell into a confidential chat.
Denys made no reply: but he held Gerard's hand the tighter, and looked defiance.
Once more Denys looked at the little face, and thought of Jerry.
Denys, like his predecessor Achilles, had his weak part, his very weak part thought Gerard.