The cobbler"s song a fable by Marcia Sewall

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Published by Dutton in New York .

Written in English

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  • Fables,
  • Shoemakers -- Fiction

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An unhappy rich man, disturbed by the happy songs of a poor cobbler, resolves to make the poor man as unhappy as he is.

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Book details

Statementadapted and illustrated by Marcia Sewall.
LC ClassificationsPZ8.2.S4 Co 1982
The Physical Object
Pagination[31] p. :
Number of Pages31
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3489717M
ISBN 100525440054
LC Control Number82009438

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He took it home, and there did hide, And with it laid his joy aside. No more of song, no more of sleep, But cares, suspicions, in their stead, And false alarms, by fancy fed. His eyes and ears their.

The horns of the cars and buses seemed to shrill into my ears. My office was 10 minutes walk from the bus stop. I wiped the water that had moistened my spectacles with my duppata. As I walked past the large shady tree in front of the government school my eyes searched for the old cobbler who used to sit there.

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