Mr. Lupton has also shown that Gratian is a rendering of John.
Gratian hasn't got out yet: It takes a long time to get trained.
The naked swords wait at the tent door to give me the death I gave to Gratian.
Surely if Gratian loved George, she had not left God's side, whatever she might say.
The summer and the autumn that followed, Gratian studied with his friend's tutor.
Gratian answered that she could get week-end leave, and would come on Friday.
Now that Gratian was married, she had become a great responsibility.
Gratian went towards her, but stopped, and sat down on the bed.
Gratian mused on it, turning it over and over in his mind, as was his wont, all the way home.
Gratian assented, from the desire to be able to say to her father: "George is seeing her!"