2 edition of The littlest girl found in the catalog.
Together with a description of the costumes, cast of the characters, entrances and exits, relative positions of the performers on the stage, and the whole of the stage business.Microopaque. New York : Readex Microprint, 1966. 1 microopaque ; 23 x 15 cm. (English and American drama of the nineteenth century. American)s 1966 nyu n.
|Statement||Dramatic Pub. Co.|
|Publishers||Dramatic Pub. Co.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 118 p. :|
|Number of Pages||55|
|2||English and American drama of the nineteenth century|
|3||American acting drama|
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He said that he was going to punish her for her mistake by beating her with the ruler. She could only stand still and cry for help from Grandma.
She woke up shivering and saw her beside her bed with a candle in his hand. She found many sheets of fine paper on the bed-table. The somehow stitched three sides with a double cotton. Her father was big, like a giant.
She told her father that he has got a big heart. The little girl always considered her father a figure to be scared of.
Hea asked Kezia not to stare at him. He put away the newspaper that was on the bed and carefully tucked her up. But the responded that her head is on his heart and she could hear it beating. She stood near the staircase when her The littlest girl returned home in the evening. The noise of the carriage getting fainter and fainter pleased her.
Her mother was furious and she dragged her down to where her Father was walking to and fro with his hands behind his back. A funny feeling came over her as she thought that was not so big after all- with no one to look after him.
Her father noticed this and asked her if she was having another nightmare. Once she saw the boys turn the hose on him and he tried to catch them laughing. On Sunday afternoons, she was sent to the drawing-room to have a nice talk with mother and father. Alice advised her to go to sleep and asked her not to scream and wake up her father. So, The littlest girl sat on a stool and watched him until he woke up and asked the time and then looked at her.
So, he dozed off before Kezia. By the time she would slowly slip down the stairs, and walk even more slowly across the hall and push open the drawing-room door, her had his spectacles on and looked at her in a way that terrified her.
She sobbed and asked her grandmother why at all. He lay next to Kezia and she crept close to him, snuggled her head under his arm and cling tightly to his shirt. They all shared a common laughter throughout.
After a few hours, when Grandmother wrapped her in a shawl and rocked her in her rocking chair, she desperately clung to her soft body.
Every day he had to work and eventually got tired.
She could only stand still and cry for help from Grandma.