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Identifier: talesoffantasy00jenk Title: Tales of fantasy Year: 1902 (1900s) Authors: Jenks, Tudor, 1857-1922, ed Subjects: Children's stories Publisher: Boston, Hall and Locke Company Contributing Library: New York Public Library Digitizing Sponsor: MSN View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: d, playfully : Well,* father, youmade game of me ; where is your guest ? The nextmoment she perceived the Knight, and stood fixed inmute admiration; while Huldbrand gazed upon herlovely form, and tried to impress her image on hismind, thinking that he must avail himself of heramazement to do so, and that in a moment she wouldshrink away in a fit of bashfulness. But it provedotherwise. After looking at him a good while, she The Knight and His Story 59 came up to him familiarly, knelt down beside him, andplaying with a golden medal that hung from his richchain, she said : So, thou kind, thou beautiful guest!hast thou found us out in our poor hut at last ? Whydidst thou roam the world so many years withoutcoming near us ? Art come through the wild forest,my handsome friend ? The old woman allowed himno time to answer. She desiredher to get up instantly, likea modest girl, and toset about her work.But Undine, withoutreplying, fetched afootstool and put itclose to Huldbrandschair, sat down Text Appearing After Image: there with herspinning, and saidcheerfully, — Iwill sit and workhere. The oldman behaved asparents are apt todo with spoilt chil-dren. He pretended notto see Undines waywardness, and was beginning totalk of something else; but she would not let him.She said, I asked our visitor where he came from,and he has not answered me yet. From the forest I came, you beautiful sprite,answered Huldbrand ; and she continued : — Then you must tell me how you came there, and 60 Tales of Fantasy what wonderful adventures you had in it, for I knowthat nobody can escape without some. Huldbrand could not help shuddering on being re-minded of his adventures, and involuntarily glanced atthe window, half expecting to see one of the strangebeings he had encountered in the forest grinning athim through it; but nothing was to be seen except thedeep black night, which had now closed in. He recol-lected himself, and was just beginning his narrative,when the old man interposed : Not just now, SirKnight; this Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.
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