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- He got down, and passed with Mr. Moss into the garden, toward an old yew-tree arbor, while his sister stood tapping her baby on the back and looking wistfully after them.1.8 — Book 1 Chapter 8 — Mr. Tulliver Shows His Weaker Side (70% in)
- Their entrance into the yew-tree arbor surprised several fowls that were recreating themselves by scratching deep holes in the dusty ground, and at once took flight with much pother and cackling.1.8 — Book 1 Chapter 8 — Mr. Tulliver Shows His Weaker Side (71% in)
- Mr. Tulliver walked abruptly out of the arbor as he uttered the last sentence, and, without looking round at Mr. Moss, went on to the kitchen door, where the eldest boy was holding his horse, and his sister was waiting in a state of wondering alarm, which was not without its alleviations, for baby was making pleasant gurgling sounds, and performing a great deal of finger practice on the faded face.1.8 — Book 1 Chapter 8 — Mr. Tulliver Shows His Weaker Side (84% in)
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