Frances Hodgson Burnett

The Secret Garden

    Lebohang Makhanyahas quoted6 years ago
    You can lose a friend in springtime easier than any other season
    Marie Verhagenhas quoted6 years ago
    "Mistress Mary, quite contrary,

    How does your garden grow? With silver bells, and cockle shells, And marigolds all in a row."
    mkandkk01has quoted6 years ago
    . It is very sad, now the poor beautiful thing is gone
    mkandkk01has quoted6 years ago
    It is very sad, now the poor beautiful thing is gone
    mkandkk01has quoted6 years ago
    "Mistress Mary, quite contrary, How does your garden grow? With silver bells, and cockle shells, And marigolds all in a row."
    Аня Яроваяhas quoted4 days ago
    It was an­other cry, but not quite like the one she had heard last night; it was only a short one, a fret­ful, child­ish whine muf­fled by pass­ing through walls.
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    car­ried out,
    Аня Яроваяhas quoted6 days ago
    She won­dered if they were all re­ally locked and what she would find if she could get into any of them.
    Аня Яроваяhas quoted6 days ago
    She did not care very much about the li­brary it­self, be­cause she had read very few books; but to hear of it brought back to her mind the hun­dred rooms with closed doors.
    Аня Яроваяhas quoted6 days ago
    It was a cu­ri­ous sound—it seemed al­most as if a child were cry­ing some­where.
    Аня Яроваяhas quoted6 days ago
    That’s why he hates it.
    Аня Яроваяhas quoted6 days ago
    But one day when she was sit­tin’ there th’ branch broke an’ she fell on th’ ground an’ was hurt so bad that next day she died.
    Аня Яроваяhas quoted6 days ago
    An’ none o’ th’ gar­den­ers was ever let to go in. Him an’ her used to go in an’ shut th’ door an’ stay there hours an’ hours, readin’ an’ talkin’.
    Аня Яроваяhas quoted6 days ago
    this place that’s not to be talked over. That’s Mr. ​​​​​Craven’s or­ders.
    Аня Яроваяhas quoted6 days ago
    “Mrs. ​​​​​Med­lock said it’s not to be talked about. There’s lots o’ things in
    Аня Яроваяhas quoted6 days ago
    “Why did he hate it?” Mary per­sisted.
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    his feath­ers with his beak.
    Аня Яроваяhas quoted6 days ago
    “It’s in the gar­den no one can go into,” she said to her­self. “It’s the gar­den with­out a door. He lives in there. How I wish I could see what it is like!”
    Аня Яроваяhas quoted6 days ago
    wall—much lower down—and there was the same tree in­side.
    Аня Яроваяhas quoted6 days ago
    Now she was on the other side of the or­chard and stand­ing in the path out­side a
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