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Today's Stichomancy for Jude Law

The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Vendetta by Honore de Balzac:

her wits to baffle all dangerous chances that might arise.

"Better that I should be here," thought she, "to prevent some luckless accident, than leave that poor man at the mercy of a heedless betrayal."

This was the secret of the indifference which Ginevra had apparently shown to the removal of her easel. She was inwardly enchanted, because the change had enabled her to gratify her curiosity in a natural manner; besides, at this moment, she was too keenly preoccupied to perceive the reason of her removal.

Nothing is more mortifying to young girls, or, indeed, to all the world, than to see a piece of mischief, an insult, or a biting speech,

The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Lucile by Owen Meredith:

He look'd up. "if the boy should die thus?" "Yes, I know What your look would imply . . . this sleek stranger forsooth! Because on his cheek was the red rose of youth The heart of my niece must break for it!" She cried, "Nay, but hear me yet further!" With slow heavy stride, Unheeding her words, he was pacing the tent, He was muttering low to himself as he went. Ay, these young things lie safe in our heart just so long

The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from Maid Marian by Thomas Love Peacock:

and Robin, and the friar; listened to their conversation, and seemed much astonished to find himself in such holy and courtly company. Robin helped him largely to rumble-pie and cygnet and pheasant, and the other dainties of his table; and the friar pledged him in ale and wine, and exhorted him to make good cheer. But the young man drank little, ate less, spake nothing, and every now and then sighed heavily.

When the repast was ended, "Now," said Robin, "you are at liberty to pursue your journey: but first be pleased to pay for your dinner."

"That would I gladly do, Robin," said the young man, "but all I have about me are five shillings and a ring.