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" Reine, why do you weep ? Do you really believe that I am going to die ?" The Queen tries to answer. Sobs prevent her from speaking. " Do not weep, Madame la Reine. You forget that I am the Dauphin, and that Dauphins cannot die thus. "
The novels & romances of Alphonse Daudet: Monday tales, Letters from my mill ... - Page 98
by Alphonse Daudet - 1900
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Pastels in prose

Stuart Merrill - French prose literature - 1890 - 268 pages
...and seeing her tears, he asks : . " Madame la Reine, why do you weep ? Do you really believe that I am going to die ?" The Queen tries to answer. Sobs...that I am the Dauphin, and that Dauphins cannot die thus." The Queen sobs more violently, and the little Dauphin begins to feel frightened. " Holloa !"...
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Sessional Papers, Volume 22, Part 2

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1900
...die ? " The Queen tried to answer but her sobs prevented her from speaking. " Do not weep, Madame ; you forget that I am the Dauphin and that Dauphins cannot die in this way." The Queen sobbed still more loudly and the little prince began to get frightened. " Stop," he exclaimed, " I...
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Preparatory Schools for Boys: Their Place in English Secondary Education

Great Britain. Board of Education, Sir Michael Sadler, C. C. Cotterill - Boys - 1900 - 531 pages
...die ? " The Queen tried to answer but her sobs prevented her from speaking. " Do not weep, Madame ; you forget that I am the Dauphin and that Dauphins cannot die in this way." The Queen sobbed still more loudly and the little prince began to get frightened. " Stop," he exclaimed, " I...
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Special Reports on Educational Subjects, Volumes 6-7

Education - 1900
...die ? " The Queen tried to answer but her sobs prevented her from speaking. " Do not weep, Madame ; you forget that I am the Dauphin and that Dauphins cannot die in this way." The Queeu sobbed still more loudly and the little prince began to get frightened. " Stop," he exclaimed,...
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Elementary Composition

William Franklin Webster - English language - 1903 - 323 pages
...and seeing her tears, he asks : " Madame la Keine, why do you weep ? Do you really believe that I am going to die ? " The Queen tries to answer. Sobs...that I am the Dauphin, and that Dauphins cannot die thus." The Queen sobs more violently, and the little Dauphin begins to feel frightened. " Halloa! "...
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Our language, Smith and McMurry: grammar

Charles Alphonso Smith - English language - 1903 - 263 pages
...mother, and seeing her tears, he asks: "Madame la Reine, why do you weep? Do you really believe that I am going to die?" The Queen tries to answer. Sobs...prevent her from speaking. "Do not weep, Madame la Eeine. You forget that I am the Dauphin, and that Dauphins cannot die thus." The Queen sobs more violently,...
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Elementary Composition

William Franklin Webster - English language - 1903 - 323 pages
...and seeing her tears, he asks : " Madame la Roine, why do you weep ? Do you really believe that I am going to die ? " The Queen tries to answer. Sobs...prevent her from speaking. " Do not weep, Madame la Heine. You forget that I am the Dauphin, and that Dauphins cannot die thus." The Queen sobs more violently,...
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Our Language, Third Book: Grammar

Charles Alphonso Smith - English language - 1903 - 263 pages
...Eeine, why do you weep? Do you really believe that I am going to die?" "Do not weep, Madame la Eeine. You forget that I am the Dauphin, and that Dauphins cannot die thus." The Queen sobs more violently, and the little Dauphin begins to feel frightened. "Holloa !"...
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Modern masterpieces of short prose fiction

Alice Vinton Waite, Edith Mendall Taylor - Short stories - 1911 - 408 pages
...die ? " The queen tries to reply. Sobs prevent her from speaking. " Pray do not weep, madame queen ; you forget that I am the Dauphin, and that dauphins cannot die like this." The queen sobs more bitterly than ever, and the little Dauphin begins to be alarmed. "...
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Studies in Reading: Seventh Grade

J. W. Searson, George Ellsworth Martin - Readers - 1914 - 371 pages
...mother, and seeing her tears, he asks: "Madame la Reinc,]why do you weep? Do you really believe that I am going to die?" The Queen tries to answer. Sobs...that I am the Dauphin, and that Dauphins cannot die thus." The Queen sobs more violently, and the little Dauphin begins to feel frightened. "Halloa !"...
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