Such were in some measure the sensations of Imogen, upon the re-appearance of her betrayer.
Her distress was a new gratification and stimulus to her betrayer.
In vain she resisted his violence; in vain she strove to escape from her betrayer.
Would she have been guilty of a wicked action, then, if she had been his betrayer?
The betrayer of his trust was found dead in his room, ...