Kenneth Grahame Quote

The Boy made his way back to the village in a state of great despondency. First of all, there wasn't going to be any fight; next, his dear and honoured friend the dragon hadn't shown up in quite such a heroic light as he would have liked; and lastly, whether the dragon was a hero at heart or not, it made no difference, for St. George would most undoubtedly cut his head off.


Dream Days (1898) - The Reluctant Dragon

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The Boy made his way back to the village in a state of great despondency. First of all, there wasn't going to be any fight; next, his dear and...

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The Boy made his way back to the village in a state of great despondency. First of all, there wasn't going to be any fight; next, his dear and...

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The Boy made his way back to the village in a state of great despondency. First of all, there wasn't going to be any fight; next, his dear and...

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The Boy made his way back to the village in a state of great despondency. First of all, there wasn't going to be any fight; next, his dear and...