The Light Princess And Other Stories Classic Fairytales

Includes The Giant's Heart & the Shadows, By George MacDonald

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4' Out amongst the faces in the streets ?"
" Guess again."
" In still green places in the country ? n
11 Guess again."
" In old books ? "
" Guess again."
"No, no. Tell us."
" In the looking-glass. Ha I ha ! ha! "
" He was fair game; fair shadow game."
"I thought so. And I made such fun of him one night on the wall! He had sense enough to see that it was himself, and very like an ape. So he got ashamed, turned the mirror with its face to the wall, and thought a litde more about his people, and a little less about himself. I was very glad ; for, please your majesty,"—and here the speaker turned towards the king—"we don't like the creatures that live in the mirrors. You call them ghosts, don't you?"
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