Cooke, Marjorie Benton, 1876-1920
“I won’t have it! I won’t have it! If they come, I’ll run away and hide!” shouted the child, wildly.
“That will be very rude. No one acts like that—no one except a barbarian,” said Miss Wilder, calmly.
“I want to be a bar——one of those things you said.”
“You act like one most of the time.”
The child brain caught at a new idea.
“What is that—that what you said?”
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