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Adela Cathcart, Volume 3

George MacDonald

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. . . was a ring of water, not very broad, but very deep. Now, as they sat watching, one of the spiders, whose web was woven across this water, somehow or other lost his hold, and fell on his back. Tricksey-Wee and Buffy-Bob ran to his assistance, and laying hold each of one of his legs, succeeded, with the help of the other legs, which struggled spiderfully, in getting him out upon dry land. As soon as he had shaken himself, and dried himself a little, the spider turned to the children, saying,

"'And now, what can I do for you?'

"'Tell us, please,' said they, 'how we can get up the mountain to the she-eagle's nest.'

"'Nothing is easier,' answered the spider. 'Just run up there, and tell them all I sent you, and nobody will mind you.'

"'But we haven't got claws like you, Mr. Spider,' said Buffy.

"'Ah! no more you have, poor unprovided creatures! Still, I think we can manage it. Come home. . . Read More

Community Reviews

These three books have it all.

There were many stories within the story in this Vol. which I also liked.

"admiration of the beloved is dear to a woman"

I found one or two of the stories in volume 3 a tad tedious and I was inclined to give a lower rating to this third volume. Yet there were enough insightful infamous "George MacDonald" reflections in the remaining pages to more than compensate for the minor chore of wading through some of the more d