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But she replied, in a tone of mystery:
"I cannot tell you anything. You must find him for yourself." And, kissing him, she added, "Cheer up; you are getting nearer to him at each trial."
Now there came a about. "Time was when I used to burn them; that was much more amusing than nowadays."
"Oh, I feel I am going to turn," wailed Milk.
"I'm not afraid," said the Dog, trembling in every limb, "but if you run away... I shall run away too... and with the greatest pleasure..."
The Cat sat pulling at her whiskers: day on which she said to him: "I have received a message from the Fairy Bérylune telling me that the Blue Bird is probably hidden in the graveyard... It appears that one of the Dead in the grave-yard is keeping him in his tomb...." "What shall we do?" asked Tyltyl. "It is very simple: at midnight you will turn the diamond and you shall see the Dead come out of the ground." At these words, Milk, Water, Bread and Sugar began to yell and scream and chatter their teeth like anything. "Don't mind them," said Light to Tyltyl, in a whisper. "They are afraid of the Dead." "I'm not afraid of them? said Fire, frisking