He is a man of honour, who has given Miss Riis his promise and has kept it.
Riis called the story of his life, The Making of an American.
Before you answer, Christensen—may I ask you, Mrs. Riis, to consider whether you want to make the breach hopelessly irreparable?
Because in the first place it was not Miss Riis that fell, but your precious son.
No, sir—I have been down once already to take Miss Riis her hat, gloves and parasol.
I am afraid, my dear Mrs. Riis, we have come at an inconvenient time for your daughter?
I must confess I have never thought of what Mrs. Riis has just said, because such a thing never could happen.
He has not done the slightest thing that could harm or discredit the Riis's—not the slightest thing!
My recollection of it is that war was declared, Mrs. Riis, but that I merely accepted the challenge.
But is that any reason why girls who are betrothed should behave as Miss Riis has been doing?