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Somewhere close by she heard the twitter of a nightingale beginning to sing, then stopping, then beg

Somewhere close by she heard the twitter of a nightingale beginning to sing, then stopping, then beginning again. It was a little lighter ahead. She went toward

Everything smelled salt and there was no noise except the swishing of water and the clop-clop of wat

Everything smelled salt and there was no noise except the swishing of water and the clop-clop of water against the sides and the splash of the oars and the jolt

And soon the green, wooded coast of the island was falling away behind them, and its little bays and

And soon the green, wooded coast of the island was falling away behind them, and its little bays and headlands were beginning to look flatter, and the boat was

I might as well die on a wild goose chase as die here. You are my King. I know the difference betwee

I might as well die on a wild goose chase as die here. You are my King. I know the difference between giving advice and taking orders. You've had my advice, and

When the great night came, and his various strange subjects came stealing into the lawn by ones and

When the great night came, and his various strange subjects came stealing into the lawn by ones and twos and threes or by sixes and sevens - the moon then shini

They rested at last beside a well at the edge of a wide and level circle of grass, bordered with tal

They rested at last beside a well at the edge of a wide and level circle of grass, bordered with tall elms which now threw long shadows across it, for the sun w

As they came lower down, the mountains opened out into a great glen or wooded gorge with a swift riv

As they came lower down, the mountains opened out into a great glen or wooded gorge with a swift river running at the bottom. The open places near the river's e

and almost at once, bounding down from branch to branch till he was just above their heads, came the

and almost at once, bounding down from branch to branch till he was just above their heads, came the most magnificent red squirrel that Caspian had ever seen. H

On a fine summer morning when the dew lay on the grass he set off with the Badger and the two Dwarfs

On a fine summer morning when the dew lay on the grass he set off with the Badger and the two Dwarfs, up through the forest to a high saddle in the mountains an

But when day came, with a sprinkle of rain, and he looked about him and saw on every side unknown wo

But when day came, with a sprinkle of rain, and he looked about him and saw on every side unknown woods, wild heaths, and blue mountains, he thought how large a