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Queensland Cousins

Eleanor Luisa Haverfield

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .There is nothing to be afraid of, and I have Eustace.—Which reminds me, old man, hadn't you better be off to bed? This is considerably later than I meant you to be."

"Oh but, mother," Eustace exclaimed, "what about Aunt Dorothy? I couldn't sleep without the rest of that story."

"Oh yes, do let's have the rest of the story first," pleaded Bob.

"There isn't much left now," said Mrs. Orban. "I was only telling him how we once lost Dorothy in a game of hide-and-seek when she was five years old. We had been hunting the house for hours; a sort of awful silence had fallen among us, as if we were expecting I don't know what—"

"When close upon midnight," quoted Eustace in a mysterious voice.

"There arose the cry of a terror-stricken child—shriek upon shriek—feeble because of the distance it was from the great hall, where we were all mustered[52] in shivering silence, but distinct enough to be recognized as Dorot. . . Read More

Community Reviews

What a delightful example of it's kind! Not. Exceedingly racist, very Victorian, everything about it screams of an attitude I'm glad isn't as common these days so as to be acceptable as a children's book. No, I'm not talking about Enid Blyton gollywogs, but of a book where animal like black men are