He felt that he had a right to know
. It should have been told to him before, if it was as he suspected.
But the reader has a right to know
all about it even before our hero, and therefore we shall not make him wait.
I claim as my right to know
the name of that enemy."
Grose looked straight out of the window, but I felt that, hypothetically, I had a right to know
what young persons engaged for Bly were expected to do.
"Very well," he decided, "under the circumstances you have the right to know
what my message meant.
Her knowledge of literature and art surprised him, while deep down was the feeling that a girl who knew such things had no right to know
how to rig tackles, heave up anchors, and sail schooners around the South Seas.
'But if I had fractured every limb, and still preserved my senses, you should not bandage one till you had told me what I have the right to know
. Come,' said Nicholas, giving his hand to Noggs.
"I shall lower myself, indeed, if I gain my release by hiding from him what he has a right to know
"Well," says I, growing a bit bolder, "if I'm to choose, I declare I have a right to know
what's what, and why you're here, and where my friends are."
"Tell me what he said," she insisted, "I have a right to know
You, who saved me, have a right to know
what the provocation was that drove me to drowning myself, and what my situation is, now that I am (thanks to you) still a living woman.
"I don't wish you to tell things to everyone, of course, but to me you may, and you must, because I have a right to know
. You boys need somebody to look after you, and I'm going to do it, for girls are nice peacemakers, and know how to manage people.