|Forlag||Pub One Info|
|Emne||Classic fiction (pre c 1945)|
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pubOne.info present you this new edition. Once there was a great noise in our house, - a thumping and battering and grating. It was my own self dragging my big trunk down from the garret. I did it myself because I wanted it done. If I had said, " Halicarnassus, will you fetch my trunk down? " he would have asked me what trunk? and what did I want of it? and would not the other one be better? and couldn't I wait till after dinner? - and so the trunk would probably have had a three-days journey from garret to basement. Now I am strong in the wrists and weak in the temper; therefore I used the one and spared the other, and got the trunk downstairs myself. Halicarnassus heard the uproar. He must have been deaf not to hear it; for the old ark banged and bounced, and scraped the paint off the stairs, and pitched head-foremost into the wall, and gouged out the plastering, and dented the mop-board, and was the most stupid, awkward, uncompromising, unmanageable thing I ever got hold of in my life.