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The extract from my private diary which forms the last chapter has brought my narrative up to the eighteenth of October, a time when these strange events began to move swiftly towards their terrible conclusion. The incidents of the next few days are indelibly graven upon my recollection, and I can tell them without reference to the notes made at the time. I start them from the day which succeeded that upon which I had established two facts of great importance, the one that Mrs. Laura Lyons of Coombe Tracey had written to Sir Charles Baskerville and made an appointment with him at the very place and hour that he met his death, the other that the lurking man upon the moor was to be found among the stone huts upon the hillside. With these two facts in my possession I felt that either my intelligence or my courage must be deficient if I could not throw some further light upon these dark places. I had no opportunity to tell the baronet what I had learned about Mrs. Lyons upon the evening before, for Dr.
For years, Dorian Gray could not free himself from the influence of this book. Or perhaps it would be more accurate to say that he never sought to free himself from it. He procured from Paris no less than nine large-paper copies of the first edition, and had them bound in different colours, so that they might suit his various moods and the changing fancies of a nature over which he seemed, at times, to have almost entirely lost control. The hero, the wonderful young Parisian in whom the romantic and the scientific temperaments were so strangely blended, became to him a kind of prefiguring type of himself. And, indeed, the whole book seemed to him to contain the story of his own life, written before he had lived it. In one point he was more fortunate than the novel's fantastic hero. He never knew—never, indeed, had any cause to know—that somewhat grotesque dread of mirrors, and polished metal surfaces, and still water which came upon the young Parisian so early in his life, and was occasioned by the sudden decay of a beau that had once, apparently, been so remarkable.
The animals are unsure of what Uncle Andrew is. Because he looks different from the children and is dressed differently, and the animals perceive clothes to be the equivalent of their fur, they suspect he may be a different kind of creature. Also, just as Uncle Andrew cannot understand the animal's speech, the animals also cannot understand Uncle Andrew's speech. After a few of the animals try to speak with Uncle Andrew, he faints out of fear. The animals then spend time debating what Uncle Andrew is. They try to decide if he is the same species as the children and Cabby, or another type of animal, or a tree. In the end, they decide he is a tree, and they plant him feet-first in the ground.
They looked. It passed darkly. Shuttered, tenantless, unweeded garden.
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I could sit around and do nothing forever and be perfectly happy. Since seeing Gordon in Tampico he had changed. Once a man who lived by the rules, he had turned into a man who lived by the gun. Part of him reveled in the new Sam Storm, and part of him was repulsed, but he had gone too far to turn back now. He looked up to see her head tilted provocatively to one side.
Shasta runs for a long time before he comes upon a hunting party. When the members of the party see him, one steps forward and addresses him as Prince Corin, once more mistaking him for the other boy. Shasta quickly corrects the man and asks for King Lune. The man says he is King Lune so Shasta tells him about the attack that is on its way.
Two Cents hoped that the chief scout would hurry up and be there to see him climb up to take the guard. Now he looked at the curled toes of his moccasins as he unfastened the ties below his knees and rolled the legging part of his pants high above his knees and secured them again. He tightened the string of his breechclout, then spit on his hands a half dozen times rubbing the saliva over his arms and the upper part of his body until his dull brown coloring glistened with the wetness. When he had moistened every part of skin showing, he sank to the ground and rolled in the dust, rubbing his arms and face with the sand that clung to the wet skin. You might not require more mature to spend to go to the book start as well as search for them.
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N The Horse and His Boy from The Chronicles of Narnia by CS Lewis, Chapter 11 The Chronicles of Narnia are published by Harper Trophy.