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Fido bounded over the fields and chased the frightened partridges; Pensive soared in the air and sported with the light.
He would have swallowed him at one mouthful had not Fido glided from his jaws, leaving one of his ears behind.
Fido crept painfully to his feet, without daring to caress him, for he felt how much he was to blame.
Early in the morning, when dawn was scarcely breaking, the swallow began to twitter, and Fido to pull the blankets.
He gave it its liberty, and ran to the beach for Fido and Pensive, then plunged them both into the blessed fountain.
The man patted Fido and then jumped up, much troubled to find he had slept so long.
While the man was thinking of this, Fido came running back again, and dashed at him furiously.
Tears came into his eyes, and he felt very sad and guilty, for now he understood why little Fido had acted so strangely.
And he ends the letter with a verse quoted from Guarini's "Pastor Fido."
Fido, with drooping tail and disconsolate bearing, paced soberly beside her, casting doubtful glances around.
BARON BRUNOLOUISA MORGAN

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