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" ... angry pantomime. September had drawn to its close, and now one morning the doctor appeared looking less cheerful than usual. It was his last day, he said, as he must return to Frankfurt, but he was grieved at having to say good-bye to the mountain,... "
Heidi - Page 363
by Johanna Spyri - 2007 - 184 pages
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A Children's Treasury

L. Frank Baum, Lewis Carroll, Kenneth Grahame - Juvenile Fiction - 2007 - 792 pages
...grieved at having to say good-bye to the mountain, which he had begun to feel quite like home. Alm-Uncle, on his side, greatly regretted the departure of his...and a man might learn how to be happy once more." m JIJ'OOTI The snow was lying so high around the hut that the windows looked level with the ground,...
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Heidi

Johanna Spyri - Juvenile Fiction - 2007 - 152 pages
...the distance. As the doctor turned to look back at Heidi and the sunny mountain for the last time, he said to himself, "It is good to be up there . . . good for the body and the soul. A man might learn how to be happy again here." The rest of the autumn seemed...
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