Travels With A Donkey In The Cevennes By Robert Louis Stevenson



































































































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She Had Come To Regard Me As A God.

She loved to eat out of my hand.

She was patient, elegant in form, the colour of an ideal mouse, and inimitably small. Her faults were those of her race and sex; her virtues were her own. Farewell, and if for ever -

Father Adam wept when he sold her to me; after I had sold her in my turn, I was tempted to follow his example; and being alone with a stage-driver and four or five agreeable young men, I did not hesitate to yield to my emotion.

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