The Open Air

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1st World Publishing, 2004 - 256 páginas
Purchase one of 1st World Library's Classic Books and help support our free internet library of downloadable eBooks. Visit us online at www.1stWorldLibrary.ORG - - St. Guido ran out at the garden gate into a sandy lane, and down the lane till he came to a grassy bank. He caught hold of the bunches of grass and so pulled himself up. There was a footpath on the top which went straight in between fir-trees, and as he ran along they stood on each side of him like green walls. They were very near together, and even at the top the space between them was so narrow that the sky seemed to come down, and the clouds to be sailing but just over them, as if they would catch and tear in the fir-trees. The path was so little used that it had grown green, and as he ran he knocked dead branches out of his way. Just as he was getting tired of running he reached the end of the path, and came out into a wheat-field. The wheat did not grow very closely, and the spaces were filled with azure corn-flowers. St. Guido thought he was safe away now, so he stopped to look.
 

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SAINT GUIDO
9
WILD FLOWERS
37
SUNNY BRIGHTON
55
THE PINE WOOD
72
NATURE ON THE ROOF
82
ONE OF THE NEW VOTERS 9
94
THE MODERN THAMES
111
THE SINGLEBARREL GUN
135
THE BATHING SEASON
145
UNDER THE ACORNS
160
DOWNS
169
BEAUTY IN THE COUNTRY
183
OUT OF DOORS IN FEBRUARY
195
HAUNTS OF THE LAPWING
208
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