By Edgar Allan Poe
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Persevere: perseverar, perseveramos, persevero, perseveren, persevere, perseveran, perseveráis, perseverad, persevera, perseveras. propose: proponer, propon, proponed, propongo, propongan, propones, proponen, proponéis, propone, proponemos, proponga. refinement: refinamiento, finura. render: devolver. sacredly: sacramente, sagradamente, santamente. sickness: enfermedad. squabbling: peleando. subscribers: suscriptores. tact: tacto, diplomacia, tino. veil: velo. Edgar Allan Poe 27 their circumstances %were such as compelled her taking it upon herself.
I soon grew as poor as a rat, and, having a wife and children to provide for, my burdens at length became intolerable, and I spent hour after hour in reflecting upon the most convenient method of putting an end to my life. Duns, in the meantime, left me little leisure for contemplation. My house was literally besieged from morning till night, so that I began to rave, and foam, and fret like a caged tiger against the bars of his enclosure. There were three fellows in particular who worried me beyond endurance, keeping watch continually about my door, and threatening me with the law.
I began to get uneasy, and worked away with all my might, for I verily believe the idiots supposed that I had entered into a compact with the devil, and that, in short, what I was now doing was nothing better than it should be. I was, therefore, in great fear of their leaving me altogether. I contrived, however, to pacify them by promises of payment of all scores in full, as soon as I could bring the present business to a termination. % “In about four hours and a half I found the balloon sufficiently inflated.