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1  "O, please let me," said the Mole.
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2  The Mole was quiet for a minute or two.
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3  The Mole never heard a word he was saying.
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4  The Mole was bewitched, entranced, fascinated.
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5  Then he held up his forepaw as the Mole stepped gingerly down.
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6  "I beg your pardon," said the Mole, pulling himself together with an effort.
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7  The Mole had been working very hard all the morning, spring-cleaning his little home.
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8  "Shove that under your feet," he observed to the Mole, as he passed it down into the boat.
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9  I am looking," said the Mole, "at a streak of bubbles that I see travelling along the surface of the water.
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10  The Rat brought the boat alongside the bank, made her fast, helped the still awkward Mole safely ashore, and swung out the luncheon-basket.
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11  The Rat said nothing, but stooped and unfastened a rope and hauled on it; then lightly stepped into a little boat which the Mole had not observed.
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12  The Mole waggled his toes from sheer happiness, spread his chest with a sigh of full contentment, and leaned back blissfully into the soft cushions.
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13  The Mole knew well that it is quite against animal-etiquette to dwell on possible trouble ahead, or even to allude to it; so he dropped the subject.
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14  The afternoon sun was getting low as the Rat sculled gently homewards in a dreamy mood, murmuring poetry-things over to himself, and not paying much attention to Mole.
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15  It was painted blue outside and white within, and was just the size for two animals; and the Mole's whole heart went out to it at once, even though he did not yet fully understand its uses.
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16  The Rat hummed a tune, and the Mole recollected that animal-etiquette forbade any sort of comment on the sudden disappearance of one's friends at any moment, for any reason or no reason whatever.
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17  He jumped up and seized the sculls, so suddenly, that the Rat, who was gazing out over the water and saying more poetry-things to himself, was taken by surprise and fell backwards off his seat with his legs in the air for the second time, while the triumphant Mole took his place and grabbed the sculls with entire confidence.
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