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And there, on a bed the curtains of which were drawn wide, he beheld the loveliest vision he had ever seen (20) Frontispiece
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Her head nodded with spite and old age together as she bent over the cradle (5) 7
They grew until nothing but the tops of the castle towers could be seen (15) 17


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They overran the house without loss of time (34) 35
The unhappy Fatima cried up to her. 'Anne, sister Anne, do you see any one coming? ' (42) 41