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Did you expect me nurse coldly. " asked the princesses are in the habit of telling make-believes, but you are the first I ever heard of who ex- pected to have them believed," she added, seeing that the child was strangely The in earnest. princess burst into tears. " 'No, I didn't dream and if I hadn't it. " "Indeed I have other work to do. It's your dinner-time, have any more such nonsense," The princess wiped her eyes, and her face grew so hot that they were soon quite dry. She sat down to her dinner, but ate and I won't next to nothing.

His was almost too pale for beauty, which came of his being for even vegetables little in the open air and the sunlight face so grown in the dark are white; but he looked happy, merry perhaps at the thought of having routed the goblins; and his bearing as he stood before them had nothing clown- indeed ish or I it rude about it. "I sawthem," he went on, "as I came up; and I'm very glad did. " asked was. " the nurse, offended at the free- with which he spoke to them. " "Because I don't mind them.

Dry it! it! You're another! Up and off! There's enough ! Huuuuuh " ! As he uttered the last words, Curdie let go his hold of his companion, and rushed at the thing in the road, as if he would [41] THE PRINCESS AND THE GOBLIN trample it under his feet. It gave a great spring, and ran straight up one of the rocks like a huge spider. Curdie turned back hand She grasped his very tight, but said nothing till they had passed the rocks. A few yards more and she found herself on a part of the road she knew, and was able to speak again.

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