Dorinda, a mountain girl, left alone by the death of her parents, is adopted by distant relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Greer. Mrs. Greer is not overjoyed by this addition to their family, because all her mother-love and affection is given to their only son, Harvey, just finishing a term at college. Shortly after Dorinda is taken into the family, Harvey returns home and becomes interested in the girl. Dorinda goes into the garden to gather some flowers, and Harvey finds her there. While arranging the flowers, he notes a sprig of rosemary and asks her if she knows the ancient meaning of the word. She replies in the negative. So Harvey proceeds to bring out a volume of Shakespeare and turning to Hamlet, reads the lines of Ophelia in the fourth act, quoting: "There's Rosemary, that's for remembrance, Pray love, remember." Dorinda and Harvey become deeply interested in each other. A definite love affair, however, is averted. A former college friend obtains for Harvey an appointment as attaché ...
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