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Looking-Glass house

‘Really,Dinahoughttohavetaughtyoubettermanners!Youought,Dinah,youknowyouought!’sheadded,lookingreproachfullyattheoldcat,andspeakinginascrossavoiceasshecouldmanageandthenshescrambledbackintothearm-chair,takingthekittenandtheworstedwithher,andbeganwindinguptheballagain.Butshedidn’tgetonveryfast,asshewastalkingallthetime,sometimestothekitten,andsometimestoherself.Kittysatverydemurelyonherknee,pretendingtowatchtheprogressofthewinding,andnowandthenputtingoutonepawandgentlytouchingtheball,asifitwouldbegladtohelp,ifitmight.

‘Doyouknowwhatto-morrowis,Kitty?’Alicebegan.‘You’dhaveguessedifyou’dbeenupinthewindowwithmeonlyDinahwasmakingyoutidy,soyoucouldn’t.Iwaswatchingtheboysgettinginsticksforthebonfireanditwantsplentyofsticks,Kitty!Onlyitgotsocold,anditsnowedso,theyhadtoleaveoff.Nevermind,Kitty,we’llgoandseethebonfireto-morrow.HereAlicewoundtwoorthreeturnsoftheworstedroundthekitten’sneck,justtoseehowitwouldlook:thisledtoascramble,inwhichtheballrolleddownuponthefloor,andyardsandyardsofitgotunwoundagain.

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