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Finn The Wolfhound

Auhtor: A Dawson

Language: english
Published: 1908

Genres:

young readers,  nature,  adventure
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Review by Daniel G. Lebryk, August 2006


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'Finn The Wolfhound':

... in wondering, disgusted expostulation, while fondling the head of poor Tara, who had stood erect with her fore-paws on his shoulders the instant he ...
... and I think she has quite recovered from the effects of that awful journey.. [Illustration: Finn and his foster-mother]. Um. Yes, twelve or ...
... and tugging away at her in his usual merciless style. Then, when she went dutifully to lick the rascal, he thrust at her strongly with his great ...
... puppies were her own offspring, she certainly had a distinctly proprietary feeling where they were concerned, as one could see from the modest, deprecatory ...
... lead. The man moved on slowly, with another piece of meat in his hand, and Finn paced with him, willingly enough. When Finn had finished the next piece ...
... was held hard down against the grimy floor-boards of the cart, while his mind was full of a black despairing fear of he knew not what. It was a severe ...
... he rose on his hind-legs to give greeting, and could hardly be induced to lower his front paws, even when the man in pyjamas had removed his caressing ...
... ever the home life had been at its best. If it had not been for this remarkable development of Finn's character which was brought about by his confinement ...
... like. You can't keep a bloomin' camel like that here.. But the landlady knew her son tolerably well, and he could not deceive her very much. When ...
... the Professor sworn to make the Giant Wolf his obedient creature, and a docile performer in the circus. That he never did. His boast was never made good, ...
... The Giant Wolf had defeated him as a trainer but the Giant Wolf should never forget the price paid for the defeat. It was a cruel onslaught. The ...
... Army captain, while I get the dish, an' then we'll both be safe, an' the dish'll get washed.. Bill's notion of washing up was distinctly primitive. ...
... but water and tea, generally tea, of which beverage he consumed several quarts every day of his life. He was a keen hunter, and at his worst had ...
... beast near the fire, it would never do to investigate the shelter at the gunyah's side just then. The dingoes ate where they made their kills that ...
... a rabbit's burrow, when, greatly to his surprise, Echidna showed up, some three or four yards away, from one of the exits of the same earth. The creature's ...
... curled. Also, she wagged it encouragingly when Finn's eyes met her own, which were of a pale greenish hue. Her hind feet were planted well apart she ...
... up the hill early that morning. This was probably why he missed two kills when empty it was rare indeed for him to miss. And, now, with irritation ...
... ground at least fourteen miles a day, and often twenty-one, when it would have suited her, and her puppies also, a good deal better to have confined ...
... of a less edible sort was ever created. Altogether, there was that about the survivors of the Mount Desolation pack which would have made any ...
... man himself as food, though man's neighbourhood suggested the presence of food, and, instinct aside, Finn hated the proximity of humans. The man slept ...