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Geier-Wally; A Tale of the Tyrol (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 10 ene 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1876. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER IX. IK TOE WILDERNESS. [HE breezes of spring were once more wafted over the earth. The melting snow flowed down the mountains in roaring torrents. The first Alpine plants turned their faces shyly to the sun, as if doubting his sincerity7, and fearing to venture out any farther. Here and there were a few plains of snow still. The birds, flapping their wings in the clumps of fir-trees and evergreens, took counsel together, and joined with their twittering voices in the universal song of joy. The avalanches rolled down into the valleys from the distant hills; and carried away by these terrible moving masses were trees and plants, rocks and stones. In the valleys and on the hills, all was in commotion. The thundering sounds were mingled with the rustling of the trees; and men, ever daring, began to feel the hills with alpenstocks, where the melting snow allowed them to place their feet. Rofen alone was wrapped in shadows, and covered with a sheet of snow, like a sluggard in its narrow, heaven-reaching mountain-fortress. Leander stood before the door of the Rofener farm-house, feeding Hansel with a large mouse, which he had just caught for him. Hansel had become Leander's pet the moment he knew it to belong to Wally; and the bird was well cared for by the Rofeners. Benedict was just coming home with his alpenstock. He had been trying the road to Murzoll, and had several times been in danger of death. His glance was unsteady, his whole being exciteid and gloomy. "Well?" said Leander anxiously: "how is it?" "The road is clear enough for a case of immediate necessity. If I conduct her, she may risk it." "O Benedict! don't do it. Do not let her go up there! I beseech you not to." "Whatever, she decides. She chooses that," said Benedict gloomily. "Tell her that th...

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