Sir Gibbie

Sir Gibbie

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When Gibbie was not looking in at a shopwindow, or turning on one heel to take in all at a sweep, he was oftenest seen trotting. ... The greengrocer woman at the entranceof the court wherehis father lived, a good way downthe same streetinwhich he had found the lost earring, hadgiven hima smallyellow turnipa€” to Gibbienearly aswelcome as an apple. ... hardly say under or in, but along with thoseragsof his, wasall musclea€”small, but hard, and healthy, and knotting up like whipcord.

Title:Sir Gibbie
Author: George MacDonald
Publisher:Library of Alexandria - 1924

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