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1  But this is a funny house for all it's so grand.
The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
Get Context   In CHAPTER IV
2  She had never thought there could be so many in any house.
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3  But when you're in the house don't go wandering and poking about.
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4  Here was another locked door added to the hundred in the strange house.
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5  The house is lonely, and the park is lonely, and the gardens are lonely.
The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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6  Mary felt lonelier than ever when she knew she was no longer in the house.
The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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7  He lives in a great, big, desolate old house in the country and no one goes near him.
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8  But no one came, and as she lay waiting the house seemed to grow more and more silent.
The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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9  She felt as if they were wondering what a little girl from India was doing in their house.
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10  She knew that she was not going to stay at the English clergyman's house where she was taken at first.
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11  After they had left the station they had driven through a tiny village and she had seen whitewashed cottages and the lights of a public house.
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12  They drove out of the vault into a clear space and stopped before an immensely long but low-built house which seemed to ramble round a stone court.
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13  Sometimes the wind sounded rather like a child crying, but presently Mistress Mary felt quite sure this sound was inside the house, not outside it.
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14  The house is six hundred years old and it's on the edge of the moor, and there's near a hundred rooms in it, though most of them's shut up and locked.
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15  It must mean that hollow shuddering sort of roar which rushed round and round the house as if the giant no one could see were buffeting it and beating at the walls and windows to try to break in.
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16  She took the key in her pocket when she went back to the house, and she made up her mind that she would always carry it with her when she went out, so that if she ever should find the hidden door she would be ready.
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17  Living as it were, all by herself in a house with a hundred mysteriously closed rooms and having nothing whatever to do to amuse herself, had set her inactive brain to working and was actually awakening her imagination.
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18  It seemed as if there was no one in all the huge rambling house but her own small self, wandering about upstairs and down, through narrow passages and wide ones, where it seemed to her that no one but herself had ever walked.
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19  She had never been taught to ask permission to do things, and she knew nothing at all about authority, so she would not have thought it necessary to ask Mrs. Medlock if she might walk about the house, even if she had seen her.
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20  It was in that strange and sudden way that Mary found out that she had neither father nor mother left; that they had died and been carried away in the night, and that the few native servants who had not died also had left the house as quickly as they could get out of it, none of them even remembering that there was a Missie Sahib.
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