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  • King O'Toole and his Goose (1)
  • King O'Toole and his Goose (1) Many years ago lived a King called O'Toole. He was a great King who loved to ride all ove
    r his realm, through the woods and the fields, hunting deer. But as time went by the King grew old, and he could no longer ride an
    d hunt. He became sad and bored, and did not know what to do. Then one dayhe saw a flock of geese flying overhead. O'Toole ad
    mired the b [続きを読む]
  • Jamie Freel (9 完)
  • Jamie Freel (9) Jamie and the girl realized they would have to tell the people the story of the fairies. Then the old man and woma
    n saw that they ahd been deceived and that this indeed was their daughter. They showered the girl and Jamiw with kisses. When the
    time came for Jamie to return home, the girl wanted to go too, for the pair had become inseparable. The girl's parents realiz
    ed th [続きを読む]
  • Jamie Freel (8)
  • Jamie Freel (8) Jamie and the girl decided that now she could talk again, they would go to Dublin to find her parents. But when th
    ey knocked at the door, no one ewcognized her. Her parents insisted that their only daughter had been buried over a year ago. She
    showed them her ring but they accused her of being stealing the ring and pretending to be their daughter.(8/9) [続きを読む]
  • Jamie Freel (7)
  • Jamie Freel (7) Soon he heard the fairies talking about what had happened a year before. The fairy who had made the girl deaf and
    dumb said : " Little does Jamie Freel know that a few drops of this liquid would cure her. " Jamie burst into the castle
    and stole the liquid whiletha little people were welcoming him. Then he ran home and gave the girl the liquid before anyone could
    stop hi [続きを読む]
  • Jamie Freel (6)
  • Jamie Freel (6) The three settled down together, but sometimes the girl looked sad and Jamie and his mother guessed that she must
    be thinking of her home.When Halloween came again. Jamie decided he would go and see the fairies once more. He crept up to a windo
    w, taking care not to be seen this time.(6/9) [続きを読む]
  • Jamie Freel (5)
  • Jamie Freel (5) " There's for your treachery, " screamed the fairy. " Now she will neither speak nor hear. &qu
    ot; Then they flew off leaving Jamie and his mother staring at the poor girl. At first, Jamie's mother could little think how
    they would look after a Dublin girl who could neither speak nor hear. But the girl helped the widow with the cooking and housewor
    k. She even helped outside, [続きを読む]
  • Jamie Freel (4)
  • Jamie Freel (4)Jamie was getting anxious for the feeling of the young lady, so when they were near home, he asked if he could have
    a turn to caeey the girl. When they arrived home he quickly put her down at his own door. The fairies grew spiteful. " Is th
    at all the thanks we get for taking you to Dublin ? " they screeched. And they tried turning the girl into all sorts of diffe
    rent shape [続きを読む]
  • Jamie Freel (3)
  • Jamie Freel (3) The little people noticed him looking through the castle windows and called out his name. " Welcome, Jamie Fr
    eel, welcome ! We're off to Dublin tonight to steal a young lady. Will youcome with us ? " Jamie liked the sound of this
    , and was soon flying through the air at alarming speed with the fairies. They landed in a grand square in Dublin and before long
    fairies had kidna [続きを読む]
  • Jamie Freel (2)
  • Jamie Freel (2) The more he listened to the fairy revels, the more fascinated Jamie became. When Halloween came round, he decided
    to go to the castle, peer through the window, and see what was going on. So Jamie called to his mother, " I'm just away
    up to the castle, to see what is going on there tonight. " " Oh Jamie ! Don't risk your skin going there, " sa
    id his mother. " I might lose [続きを読む]
  • Jamie Freel (1)
  • Jamie Freel (1) Jamie Freel's mother was a widow, with little spare money. But jamie was a very hard-working lad, so they usu
    ally had enough to eat. Near where Jamie and his mother lived was aa old ruined castle. People said this was where the little peop
    le lived. Jamie had seen them at Halloween when all the windows of the old ruin castle lit up, and he could hear their music insid
    e the [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (42 完)
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (42) Wherefore the people loved him exceedingly. Thus he continued to do for the space of a wh
    ole year ; and after every short period, his family of the sea visited him ; so his life was pleasant, and his eye was cheerful. H
    e ceased not to live in this state until he was visited by the terminator of delights and the separator of companions. This is the
    e [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (41)
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (41) Then the lords of the empire, and the grandees, went in to the King Bedr Basim, and said
    to him : " O King, there is harm in mourning for the King ; but mourning become not any save women; therefore trouble not the
    y heart and ours by mourning for they father ; for he has dies and left thee, and he who has left such as thou art has not died. &
    quot; They proce [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (40)
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (40) His son Bedr Basin, and his wife Gulnare and the emeers ans viziers and the lords of the
    empire, mounted over him ; and they made for him a tomb, and buried him in it, and continued the ceremonies of mourning for him a
    whole maonth. Seleh, the brother of GUlnare, and her mother, and the daughters of her uncle, also came, and consoled them for the
    loss o [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (39)
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (39) He ceased not to do thus for a whole year ; and after that, he used to ride to the chase,
    and go about through the cities and provinces that were under his rule making proclamation of dsfrty and security, and doing as d
    o the Kings ; and he was incomparable among the people of his age in glory and courage, and in justice to the people. Now it came
    to pas [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (38)
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (38) And she offered up a prayer in favour of him and his father for length of life, and victo
    ry over their enemies. He then sat with his mother and rested ; and when the timeof afternoon-prayers arrived, he rode with the em
    eers before him until he came to the horse-course, where he played with arms till the timeof nightfall, together with his father a
    nd the [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (37)
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (37) Thereupon he alighted, and his father embraced him, he and the emeers, and they seated hi
    m upon the throne of the kingdom, while his father stood, as also did the emeers, before him. Then Bedr Basin judged the people, d
    isplaced the tyrannial and invested the just, and continued to give judgment until near midday, when he rose from the throne of th
    e king [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (36)
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (36) Then the King summoned the vizier and the emeers, and the lord of theempire, and the grea
    t men of the kingdom, and made them swear by binding oaths that they would make Bedr Basim KIng over them after his father ; so th
    ey swore to him by binding oaths, and rejoiced thereat. And the King himself was beneficent to the people, courteous in speech and
    of au [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (35)
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (35) Then they said to the King : " We will never relinquish you, but after every period
    of a few days we will visit you. " And after this, they flew toward the sea, and descended into it, and disappeared. The King
    treated Gulnare with beneficence, and honoured her exceedingly, and the little one grew up well ; and his maternal uncle, with hi
    s grandmother [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (34)
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (34) So the King said to him : " What dost thou desire, O Saleh?”※dost→doの主語が古語thouのときの現在形 And he answered : " O King of age, we desire of thy goodness that thou wouldst give us permission to depart ; for we have become desirous of seeing again our family and our country and our relations and our homes. We will not, however, relinquish the s [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (33)
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (33) But her brother said : " O King of age, to thankthee has been incumbent on us : for
    thou hast treated my sister with beneficence, and we entered thine abode, and eaten of thy provision. " Then Saleh said : &qu
    ot; If we stood serving thee, O King of the age, a thousand yeas, regarding nothing else, we could not rewuite thee, and our doing
    so would be but a sm [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (32)
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (32) " For these jewels and jacinths with us are more plentiful than the gavel upon the l
    and, and we know the excellent among them, and the bad, and the places where they are found, and they are easy of uccess to us. &q
    uot; And when the King looked atthese jewels, his reason was confounded and his mind was bewildered, and he said : " By Allah
    , one of these jewels [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (31)
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (31) He then took forth from his pocket a cases written upon, and sealed ; and he broke its se
    al, and scattered its contents, whereupon there fell from it strung jewels, consisting of all kinds of jacinths amd other gems, to
    gether with thre hundred oblong emeralds, and three hundred oblong large jewels, of the size of theeggs of the ostrich, the light
    of which [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (30)
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (30) So he replied : " Yes, O my master, I feared for him, and I did not imagine that he
    would ever come forth from it safe. " And Saleh said to him : " O King of the Land, we applied to his eyes a lition that
    we know, and repeated over him the names engraved upon the seal of Solomon, the son of David ; for when a child is born among us,
    we do to him as I ha [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (29)
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (29) But Gulnare, seeing him in this state, said to him, " O King of the age, fear not no
    r grieve for thy son ; for I love my child more than thou, and my child is with my brother ; therefore fear not his being drowned.
    If my brother knew that any injury would betide the little one, he had not done what he has done ; and presently he will bring th
    ee the son sa [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (28)
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (28) And they named him Bedr Basim (Smiling Full Moon), all of them agreed as to this name. Th
    ey thenpresented the boy to his maternal uncle, Saleh, who took him upon his hands, and, rising with him from among them, walked o
    ut the palace to right and left ; after which he went forth with him from the palace, desended with him to the sea, and walked on
    until [続きを読む]