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|A legend told by the younger version of Chow Mo-wan about carving a hole in a |
tree into which to whisper his secrets finds ... climb a mountain, find a tree and
carve a hole in it and whisper the secret into the hole, then cover it over with mud.
|He gives a vague reply about the hole — how in the old days, people would |
climb a mountain, find a tree and carve a hole, into which they would whisper
their secrets and then cover it up with mud so that no one will discover them.
Though the ...
|In a blackly comic novel that takes the reader between the real world and fantasy, Robert Coover delves into the notions of chance and power.|
|her arms to steady her and as he grasped her arms she slid farther into the mud |
this time almost to her hips. “Help” she ... The hole she had stepped into was not
really that deep she would not have sunk any deeper but she did not know that.
In her mind she ... Connie with a weak voice said, “We have to get out of here it
looks like the whole mountain is going to slide off that cliff.” The rain ... The driver
Hal yelled “hang on everybody” as he put the car in reverse and began backing
|On Mount Olympus Dewev pointed out one which he said was continuall movir-.1 |
downward, and the ice falling into the Hoh ... bearings, lest I should be caught in
one of the thick fogs which he said frequently came up from the straits in the
evenings. ... We said that we had climbed the mountains for elk, not deer, and
that we had venison enough for the camp. ... 700 or 800 feet below us, a bull elk
lying in the grass in an opening and near a brown patch which looke_d like a
|This account of several lower class citizens of Dublin describes their activities and tells what some of them were thinking one day in 1904|
|there was little chance of finding an at this late hour, the hunter said he would go |
and loo , leaving Louis in ambush to keep watch. If Raymond did not return within
half an hour, Louis was to descend the mountain. ... Left alone, Louis, feeling
tired and rather nervous, went and stood beneath a fir-tree which had lower
branches than the others. ... Flinging away his gun, he scrambled up the tree. ... T
e bear tried to climb the tree. ... Dick whispered down the hole, 'Uncle has found it
|Because of Melanie Albert's ninth-grade biology textbook— or, actually, the |
sticker affixed to the cover of it. This is the book with the close-up of the
swallowtail butterfly against a field of pure environmental green, standard issue,
... t The Granite is our local watering hole, and it doesn't have much to
recommend it, beyond the fact that it's there. .... "Sorry," she whispered. .... The
rear tires had sunk maybe half an inch into the grass-turned-to-mud, but that
wasn't the problem, or not the ...
|Stanley tries to dig up the truth in this inventive and darkly humorous tale of crime and punishment—and redemption. From the Paperback edition.|
|MOUNTAINS&GLACIERS You wont find a trail mix bar made with high fructose |
corn syrup on this Wallaby family road trip. ... Scientists also fear that new slide
patterns will alter the existing treeless chutes that avalanches scour into
mountain ..... Ecologist Jacqueline Mohan of the Ecosystems Center at the
Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, MA, used a ...... Heavy rainstorms
then trigger debris flows — destructive slurries of mud, trees, and boulders with
the consistency of ...