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By C. S. Lewis

Sehnsüchtig warten Lucy und Edmund darauf, wieder nach Narnia gerufen zu werden. Und das Wunder geschieht! Gemeinsam mit ihrem schrecklichen Cousin Eustachius Knilch befinden sie sich plötzlich an Bord der"Morgenröte", dem Schiff König Kaspians von Narnia. Gemeinsam sollen sie die verschwundenen sieben Lords finden - eine gefährliche Reise, die sie bis ans Ende der Welt führt.

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There's a toad In the road! Smash it! Squash Fry it! Dry it! it! You're another! Up and off! There's enough ! Huuuuuh " ! As he uttered the last words, Curdie let go his hold of his companion, and rushed at the thing in the road, as if he would [41] THE PRINCESS AND THE GOBLIN trample it under his feet. It gave a great spring, and ran straight up one of the rocks like a huge spider. Curdie turned back hand She grasped his very tight, but said nothing till they had passed the rocks. A few yards more and she found herself on a part of the road she knew, and was able to speak again.

Of course she could refuse to take her, but then she would believe her less Now than ever. the nurse, as she said herself afterward, could not be every moment in the room, and as never before yesterday had the princess given her the smallest reason for anxiety, it had not yet come into her head to watch her more closely. So she soon gave her a chance, and the very first that offered, Irene was off and up the stairs again. This day's adventure, however, did not turn out like yesterday's, although it began like it; and indeed to-day is very seldom like yesterday, if people would note the differences- even when it rains.

They soon had her between them, holding a hand of each. :< Now let's run," "No, no," said the you can do. lost a said the nurse. If your way. little you hadn't run And if You don't think of you would not have will be after you in said Irene. me" I do, Lootie. " I don't want to run," : 'That's the worst thing miner. said the nurse. " "Yes; but so late, if "Turned away, Who Lootie. " my fault. " "He won't mind that. " The nurse was comforted at hearing this, and said no more. They went on, walking pretty fast, but taking care not to run a step.

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