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1  It's the garden without a door.
The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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2  He slipped under the door as she watched him.
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3  "There was no dog at th door to bite thee," he answered.
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4  She went down the path and through the second green door.
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5  "There was no door there into the other garden," said Mary.
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6  Here was another locked door added to the hundred in the strange house.
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7  She ran up the walk to the green door she had entered the first morning.
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8  A neat, thin old man stood near the manservant who opened the door for them.
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9  After she was gone Mary turned down the walk which led to the door in the shrubbery.
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10  Mary was standing in the middle of the nursery when they opened the door a few minutes later.
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11  She went toward the wall and found that there was a green door in the ivy, and that it stood open.
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12  She saw another open green door, revealing bushes and pathways between beds containing winter vegetables.
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13  Presently an old man with a spade over his shoulder walked through the door leading from the second garden.
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14  As she was not at all a timid child and always did what she wanted to do, Mary went to the green door and turned the handle.
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15  The entrance door was a huge one made of massive, curiously shaped panels of oak studded with big iron nails and bound with great iron bars.
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16  There, she found more walls and winter vegetables and glass frames, but in the second wall there was another green door and it was not open.
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17  She went through the door and found that it was a garden with walls all round it and that it was only one of several walled gardens which seemed to open into one another.
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18  When he shut the door, mounted the box with the coachman, and they drove off, the little girl found herself seated in a comfortably cushioned corner, but she was not inclined to go to sleep again.
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19  And then Mary Lennox was led up a broad staircase and down a long corridor and up a short flight of steps and through another corridor and another, until a door opened in a wall and she found herself in a room with a fire in it and a supper on a table.
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20  Then she ran down the path through the other door and then into the orchard, and when she stood and looked up there was the tree on the other side of the wall, and there was the robin just finishing his song and, beginning to preen his feathers with his beak.
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