Beatrix Potter

The Tailor of Gloucester

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    Marina Zalashared an impression4 years ago
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    This is so cute story about an mice that helping a tailor making the clothes!

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    Karamelkahas quoted6 years ago
    He sat in the window of a little shop in Westgate Street, cross-legged on a table, from morning till dark.
    All day long while the light lasted he sewed and snippeted, piecing out his satin and pompadour, and lutestring; stuffs had strange names, and were very expensive in the days of the Tailor of Gloucester.

    But although he sewed fine silk for his neighbours, he himself was very, very poor—a little old man in spectacles, with a pinched face, old crooked fingers, and a suit of thread-bare clothes.

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