Approximate Darling

Author: Lee Upton
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Lilith

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Others were mounted on different kinds of deer, and would have been racing all
the way had I not prevented it. Those atop of the hay on the elephants, unable to
see the animals below them, would keep talking to them as long as they were
awake. Once, when we had halted to feed, I heard a little fellow, as he drew out
the hay to give him, commune thus with his "darling beast": "Nosy dear, I am
digging you out of the mountain, and shall soon get down to you: be patient; I'm a
coming!

The History And Adventures Of The Renowned Don Quixote

Author: Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
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The duchess alighted, and with a pointed boar-spear in her hand, took post in a
place through which she knew the wild beasts were used to come ; the duke and
Don Quixote likewise dismounting, posted themselves on each side of her grace,
while Sancho stayed in the rear, without parting from Dapple, whom he durst not
quit, lest some misfortune should happen to that darling beast. Scarce had they
set foot on ground, and taken their stations, supported by a number of servants, ...

The History And Adventures Of The Renowned Don Quixote 4

Author: Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
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... through which she knew the wild beasts were used to come ; the duke and Don
Quixote likewise dismounting, posted themselves on each lide of her grace, while
Sancho stayed: in the rear, without parting srom Dapple, whom hedurst not quit,
lest some misfortune should happentox- that darling beast. Scar-ce had they
setfooton-ground, and taleen their. slations, supported by a number of servants,
whcnz they beheld a monstrous boar baited by the dogs and, pursued by the
hunters, ...

Chamber Dramas For Children

Author: Louisa Macdonald
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My Beast ! my own Beast ! What is the matter ? I saw you in a vision ; I heard your
moans. I longed to be with you : I put on your ring, and here I am. My beautiful,
darling Beast, don't die. Beast. Never mind me. I can't live any longer. Beauty.
Why not? You must live for me. I shall die if you do. Beast. Ah ! if you had come
back when you — s — aid — you — would, and had spoken such words then, I
might have lived ; but I must die now. Beauty. But, Beast, love, — my father was
so ill and ...

Chambers S Narrative Series Of Standard Reading Books

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A whole week beyond the time had gone by, when one night she dreamed she
saw the poor beast dying. This made her so sorry that she rose early the next
morning, and went back after saying good-bye to her father and sisters. When
she reached the palace, she looked everywhere for the beast, and at last she
found him lying very ill on a couch, and looking as if he were going to die. She
ran up to him, and put her arms round his neck. ' Oh my dear darling beast,' she
said, ' please ...

Galatea

Author: Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
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The duchefs alighted, and with a pointed boar- fpear in her hand, took polt in a
place through which fhe knew the wild beasts were used to come ; the dukeand
Don Quixote likewise difmounting, posted themselves on each side of her grace,
while Sancho stayed in the rear, without parting from Dapple, whom he durst not
quit, lest fome misfortune mould happen to that darling beast. Scarce had they set
foot on ground, mid taken their stations, fupported by a number of servants, when
 ...