and PL ok now, thanksalanmapstone wrote: ↑January 10th, 2021, 9:36 amSection 8 with full outtro
I've left them a comment on this.
There is certainly no rush on my account! Please, take your time and a little break.
ah yes, this was a nice story, I love Irish mythology tales. And I so enjoyed that there was no bad ending for Jack for freeing the souls. They remained friends, what an unexpected treat. I really loved the story which you excellently narrated. Thank you so much, Kate.queenk8 wrote: ↑January 14th, 2021, 5:32 pmhttps://librivox.org/uploads/kitty/rover0104_3_smith_128kb.mp3
Here is section 3 for PL
Time is 33:08
it means: "I would insist too much on the concept of romance, it would be stupid to do this." I haven't read the story yet (want to be surprised by the reader) but I am guessing the person first wanted to have romance and maybe wait for the other person to be as romantic as well. But it would be stupid to wait too long for that to happen and in the end they may lose each other because of that, so this would be folly to wait just to get the romance they want. Does this make sense in the context ?"it would be carrying the romance the length of folly..."
it means: try to meet the person by any means...so maybe find out where that person is going in the evening and then by coincidence also show up there, just so that they can meet each other again and talk. The contrary would be "avoid meeting the person by any means"."Ah, unconscious ingrate! to no endavour to come in the way of one..."