Smith of Wootton Major
Houghton Mifflin, 1967 - 61 Seiten
Relates how the fairy star was passed to Smith as one of the trinkets in a great cake; describes the benefits and blessings he derived from possessing the star; and tells of the moment when the time for its return arrived.
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J. R. R. Tolkien,Christina Scull,Wayne G. Hammond
Keine Leseprobe verfügbar - 1999
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apprentice baked beautiful become Master Cook began birch black box called candles casket Children's Feast coming Cook's House danced dark elven expected face Fairy Queen Farewell fell felt forehead gleamed goodbye grew Hall hand heart J. R. R. TOLKIEN journey King of Faery Kitchen knife laughed leaves light Lily little coins little wand lucky magic star Master Cook took Master had never Master Smith mind Nokes's old cook old cook's old Nokes once Outer Faery Outer Mountains passed Prentice pretty and fairylike remembered rose round seemed shadow shining silver silver star sing slice Smith of Wootton Smithson special cake spices spoke star shone Starbrow stick stirred stood store-room strange suddenly swallow sweet tell things thought told Tree trinket turned Twenty-four children Twenty-four Feast Vale of Evermorn village voice walked wallet wish wonder Wootton Major