Unformatted text preview: — and there’s your horses and your trusty vassles, and they scoop you up and fling you across a saddle, and away you go to your native Langudoc, or Navarre, or wherever it is. It’s gaudy, Huck. I wish there was a moat to this cabin. If we get time, the night of the escape, we’ll dig one.’ I says: ‘What do we want of a moat when we’re going to snake him out from under the cabin?’ But he never heard me. He had forgot me and everything else. He had his chin in his hand, thinking. Pretty soon he sighs and shakes his head; then sighs again, and says:...
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- Fall '13
- English, Huck, Alfred Hitchcock, The Slip, ladder, rope ladder