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TitleThe Secret Garden - Frances Hodgson Burnett
TagsThe Secret Garden Little Lord Fauntleroy Magic (Paranormal) New Thought Thought
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FROM THE PAGES OF THE SECRET GARDEN
Title Page
Copyright Page
FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
THE WORLD OF FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT AND THE SECRET GARDEN
Introduction

Chapter 1 - There’s No One Left
Chapter 2 - Mistress Mary Quite Contrary
Chapter 3 - Across the Moor
Chapter 4 - Martha
Chapter 5 - The Cry in the Corridor
Chapter 6 - “There Was Some One Crying—There Was”
Chapter 7 - The Key of the Garden
Chapter 8 - The Robin Who Showed the Way
Chapter 9 - The Strangest House
Chapter 10 - Dickon
Chapter 11 - The Nest of the Missel Thrush
Chapter 12 - “Might I Have a Bit of Earth?”
Chapter 13 - “I Am Colin”
Chapter 14 - A Young Rajah
Chapter 15 - Nest Building
Chapter 16 - “I Won’t!” Said Mary
Chapter 17 - A Tantrum
Chapter 18 - “Tha’ Munnot Waste No Time”
Chapter 19 - “It Has Come!”
Chapter 20 - “I Shall Live Forever”
Chapter 21 - Ben Weatherstaff
Chapter 22 - When the Sun Went Down
Chapter 23 - Magic
Chapter 24 - “Let Them Laugh”
Chapter 25 - The Curtain
Chapter 26 - “It’s Mother!”
Chapter 27 - In the Garden

ENDNOTES
INSPIRED BY THE SECRET GARDEN
COMMENTS & QUESTIONS
FOR FURTHER READING

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coughing, intestinal hemorrhaging, and rose-colored spots on the skin.

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Indian prince, chief, or ruler.

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Hot drink made from water in which lean beef has been boiled.

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Great, considerable.

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That is, potassium bromide, used medicinally as a sedative.

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Starving.

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London residence of the British royal family.

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The husband of a sovereign queen; in this case, Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (1819-1861), husband of Queen Victoria.

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Broom made of twigs.

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Indian religious monks who beg for a living and often claim magical powers.

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Muslim ascetics who perform whirling ecstatic dances and chant as acts of devotion.

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Perhaps an allusion to the Yorkshire village of Haworth, family home of English writers Charlotte, Anne, and Emily Brontë from
1820 to 1854.

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Words or syllables spoken or chanted in ritual magic.

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Short Christian song of praise to God as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

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Narrow inlets of sea enclosed by high cliffs.

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Perennial plants with vivid blue flowers that flourish in north-temperate and alpine regions.

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Alpine province of western Austria.

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Beautiful lake in the alpine region of northern Italy.

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