Rough and Dangerous Places『#19_オズの魔法使い』



Original and Japanese translation

When she had tired watching the dancing, Boq led her into the house, where he gave her a room with a pretty bed in it.

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The sheets were made of blue cloth, and Dorothy slept soundly in them till morning, with Toto curled up on the blue rug beside her.

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She ate a hearty breakfast, and watched a wee Munchkin baby, who played with Toto and pulled his tail and crowed and laughed in a way that greatly amused Dorothy.

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Toto was a fine curiosity to all the people, for they had never seen a dog before.

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"How far is it to the Emerald City?" the girl asked.

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"I do not know," answered Boq gravely, "for I have never been there. It is better for people to keep away from Oz, unless they have business with him.

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But it is a long way to the Emerald City, and it will take you many days.

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The country here is rich and pleasant, but you must pass through rough and dangerous places before you reach the end of your journey."

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This worried Dorothy a little, but she knew that only the Great Oz could help her get to Kansas again, so she bravely resolved not to turn back.

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Reference : The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum(project gutenberg)
English – Japanese parallel text, handwriting-based foreign language learning


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