3 edition of Apple-Tree and Other Stories found in the catalog.
Apple-Tree and Other Stories
December 1988 by Penguin USA (P) .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||256|
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Of all the many short stories she wrote, "The Birds" is the masterpiece, in part, at least, because it provides no real explanation for the apocalyptic violence it depicts. Just looking round, and getting some money. Ashurst put his finger to the mouth of the little brown bullfrog of a creature in her arms. His first caress had been cool, pitiful; but the next could not be, now that, by her burning little kiss on his hand, by her pressure of it to her heart, he knew that she loved him. And, from staring at the framed brightening light, Ashurst fell asleep.
The pale blur of her stretched-down arm and face did not stir; he moved the chair, and noiselessly mounted it. In this series we look at short stories from many of our most accomplished writers. Was she sleeping, or lying awake perhaps, disturbed--unhappy at his absence? To what extent he bears responsibility for Midge's long suffering, the story only hints at.
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And when Hilda next went down the lane and past the orchard, the wind in the apple tree sang to her: "Only one apple where once there were two, Gone is the treasure I gave to you. The earth in the orchard was still soft, for the frost had not yet come.
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Only, passion now was so much the stronger, and he sighed: "Oh! And painfully affected by that sight, he jumped up. But, he had presence of mind enough to catch his stick out of the rack, and withdraw his hand before arriving at the kitchen. He tells the reader how irritated she made him feel, sometimes merely with her presence which tended to be rather melancholy, anxious and fed up.
Their lips had sought each other's, and they did not speak. Because she was not of his world, because she was so simple and young Apple-Tree and Other Stories book headlong, adoring and defenceless, how could he be other than her protector, in the dark!
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Ashurst frowned the peculiarity of his request struck him with sudden force. And he answered: "Phil Halliday, by Jove! Some suggestion is made that Arctic winds are the cause of the birds' attacks, but the power of the story resides to an extent in the reader's suspicion that there exist other, less narrowly scientific explanations, rooted perhaps in cosmic punishment for humanity's sins.
There was one whose colour he liked, a dove-grey, but to imagine Megan clothed in it was beyond him. Eve greatly enjoys her time "Here in Eden", and begins to name everything with more detailed names: cows, ducks, horses, etc.
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