Down the stream『#56_オズの魔法使い』



The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
Original and Japanese translation

Down the stream the raft floated, and the poor Scarecrow was left far behind. Then the Lion said:

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"Something must be done to save us. I think I can swim to the shore and pull the raft after me, if you will only hold fast to the tip of my tail."

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So he sprang into the water, and the Tin Woodman caught fast hold of his tail.

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Then the Lion began to swim with all his might toward the shore.

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It was hard work, although he was so big; but by and by they were drawn out of the current, and then Dorothy took the Tin Woodman's long pole and helped push the raft to the land.

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They were all tired out when they reached the shore at last and stepped off upon the pretty green grass, and they also knew that the stream had carried them a long way past the road of yellow brick that led to the Emerald City.

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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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