Unformatted text preview: beginning to melt and run down my neck and behind my ears; and pretty soon, when one of them says, ‘I’M for going and getting in the cabin FIRST and right NOW, and catching them when they come,’ I most dropped; and a streak of butter come a-trickling down my forehead, and Aunt Sally she see it, and turns white as a sheet, and says: ‘For the land’s sake, what IS the matter with the child? He’s got the brain-fever as shore as you’re born, and they’re oozing out!’ And everybody runs to see, and she snatches off my hat, and out comes the bread and what was left of the butter, and she grabbed me, and hugged me, and says:...
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- Fall '08
- English, Debut albums, Aunt Sally, streak, Aunty, everybody runs