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This was a far cry from the stumpy Hawthorn at the end of her rope at the farm.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. The vista turned a rosy purple — and then, it was night. Knowing that he was going to eat her, he took his time, and just watched her. She battled with the wolf all night long, and in the morning, he ate her. What do you want?
La Chèvre de Monsieur Seguin
Even though she was afraid she felt that it would be better to stay where she was. Seguin put the litle goat into a pen in the dark stable, and closed the door with two turns of the key. Tears streamed down her delicate muzzle as she laughed with joy. No more prickly rope, nothing more to prevent her from running free! Christine 3 Sep Reply.
Books by Alphonse Daudet. Bulbous blossoms with violet stems, all kinds, brimming with sweet nectar. Un conte ou une nouvelle! She heard the bells segujn a troop returning to bed down for the night and felt a little sad in her heart.
Monsieyr had a little patch surrounded by chevrr hawthorn which is where he put his new goat. Seguib father, Vincent Daudet, was a silk manufacturer — a man dogged through life by misfortune and failure. A swallow returning home made a flapping with his wings.
Huge, still, crouching on his haunches, he watched the delicate little goat. She was given a place of honor among the vines to chew, and all of the males were gallant with her.
No trivia or quizzes yet. With that, the wolf pounced and ate her. Bruno rated it really liked it Mar 01, Jun 05, Firoz Kathrada rated it it was amazing. She remembered the story of the poor old goat Renaude, who battled all night long just to be eaten in the morning, and she thought that perhaps it would be better after all to be chevge right away.
The wolf howled, owiooo! Leave a Reply Cancel reply. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want monsieurr read. Neither the loving care of the master nor fear of the wolf ever stopped them. Blanquette wanted to return but she remembered that lonely post, the rope, the horrible darkness of the pen.
La Chèvre de Monsieur Seguin by Alphonse Daudet
She began to shiver. She streched out on a patch of grass, her pretty white fur stained with blood. Refresh and try again.
She made out in the darkness two straight ears, and two glittering eyes. His family, on both sides, belonged to the bourgeoisie. One day as he came to take care of the goat, she bleated to him in his language: Omar B rated it it was chere Oct 16, To view it, click minsieur.
La chèvre de Monsieur Seguin
Seguin making one last effort to save her! Seguin was simply delighted.
Daudet had put his foot on the road to fortune. And what glorious herb it was! She was giddy with happiness and leapt high in the air, among the scrub and the brush, one moment looking out from a glorious peak, the next lolling in a rocky canyon, here, there, everywhere!
Df she turned to see him he let out a horrible laugh. He could already taste his dinner. Do you remember poor old Renaude, the massive mother of all goats that was here last year?
You want to leave me, Blanquette? She thought of the wolf. I’ve always been curious to read about it each time monsiekr mentions it.
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Oneeyed rated it liked it May 26, The little goat seemed so content to graze on the herbs in her little patch that M. Oh the poor little Blanquette, she fought with a clean monsieir brave heart.
He always lost them the same way — they chewed their cord, ran up into the mountains, and were eaten there by the big bad wolf. Tony 7 Nov Reply.
Completely soaked, she spread out on a dr rock to dry. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Alphonse Daudet 13 May — 16 December was a French novelist.