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Star Buentiempo Mrs. Higby English 10 Double Sided Entry Journal 1/29/19 Page #13 Quote: “And when, in exile wand’ring, we shall fainting yearn for glimpse of thee, Oh, rise upon our sight!” Joan of Arc sang this song with the peasant children when she was little. They would all play under a “Fairie Tree.” She stated that it was her favorite childhood song, and that it was called “L’abre Fee De Bourlemont.” Page #22 Quote: “Then who gave those poor creatures their home? God. Who protected them in it all those centuries? God. Who allowed them to dance and play there all those centuries and found no fault with it? God. Who disapproved of God’s approval and put a threat upon them? A man . Who caught them again in harmless sports that God allowed and a man forbade, and carried out that threat, and drove the poor things away from the good home God gave them in His mercy and His pity, and sent down His rain and dew and sunshine upon it five hundred years in token of His peace? It was their home- theirs, by the

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