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She was known locally as  l’Alouette, the Lark. The village people, with instinctive symbolism, had thought it a suitable name for the apprehensive, trembling little creature, scarcely more than a bird, who was always first up in that house and out the door before dawn. But this was a lark that never sang.
She was known locally as l’Alouette, the Lark. The village people, with instinctive symbolism, had thought it a suitable name for the apprehensive, trembling little creature, scarcely more than a bird, who was always first up in that house and out the door before dawn. But this was a lark that never sang.
1 year ago on February 10th | J | 19 notes