Alice Through The Looking-Glass

Illustrated children's book by Lewis Carroll - online version

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Alice laid her hand upon his arm, and said in a soothing tone, "You needn't be so angry about an old rattle."
" But it isn't old! " Tweedledum cried, in a
greater fury than ever. " It's new, I tell you------
I bought it yesterday------my nice new RAT­TLE ! " and his voice rose to a perfect scream.
All this time Tweedledee was trying his best to fold up the umbrella, with himself in it: which was such an extraordinary thing to do, that it quite took off Alice's attention from the angry brother. But he couldn't quite succeed, and it ended in his rolling over, bundled up in the um­brella, with only his head out: and there he lay,