福彩3d三天必出独胆

he same thing. I wish you wouldn't interrupt, Master Philip. You put me out.' 'I won't again,' said Philip. 'Only do te

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ll me just one thing. How can you be here and at Amblehurst too?'[107] 'We come here,' said the carpenter slowly, 'when we'

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re asleep.' 'Oh!' said Philip, deeply disappointed; 'it's just a dream then?' 'Not it. We come here when we're too sound asleep

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to dream. You go through the dreams and come out on the other side where everything's real. That's here.' 'Go on,' said Philip.

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'I dunno where I was. You do put me out so.' 'Pop you something or other,' said Philip. 'Population. Yes. Well, all those people as made the things you made the cities of

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, they live in the cities and they've made the insides to the houses.' 'What do they do?' 'Oh, they just live here. And they buy and sell and plant gardens and work a

nd play like everybody does in other cities. And when they go to sleep they go slap through their dreams and into the other world, and work and play there, see? That's how it goes on. There's

a lot more, but that's enough for one time. You get on with your gooseberries.' 'But they aren't all real people, are they? There's Mr. Noah?' 'Ah, those is aristocracy, the ones you p

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