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CONTENTS:I.-Adventures of M. Bonnard- The Yule Log-II. Edited by CHARLES GIBBON,
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THE ADVENTURES OF MONSIEUR BONNARD.
By ANATOLE FRANCE. Edited by CHARLES GIBBON, author of “The Golden Shaft,” “Robin Gray,” etc.
THE YULE LOG.
when a white and prickly beard would bristle on
7th May, 1851. my chin. I played at soldiers, and, in order to I HAVE passed the winter as wise men like to do, feed my rocking-horse, I laid waste the flowers in angello cum libello, and the swallows here on which
mother used to cultivate on the window the Quai Malaquais find me on their return very ledge. These were manly games, I should think. much the same as when they left me. He who And yet I longed for a doll! Even a Hercules lives little, changes little, and it can scarcely be has his weaknesses. At least the object of my called living to wear out one's days over old texts. love was beautiful ? No. I see her still: she
Nevertheless, I feel myself more imbued than had a vermilion spot on each cheek, short soft ever, to-day, with that vague sadness which life arms, horrible wooden hands, and long legs far distils. My mental balance (I hardly like to own apart. Her flowered skirt was fastened to the it to myself) has been upset since the memorable waist with two pins ; I can still see the black heads hour in which the existence of clerk Alexander's of those two pins. It was a low, provincial manuscript was revealed to me.
style of doll.
I remember well that, young It is strange that, for the sake of a few leaves as I was, and not yet in breeches, I felt in of old parchment, I should have lost my peace of my own fashion, and felt very deeply, that this mind, but nothing can be more true. The poor doll lacked grace and dignity of bearing; that she man, without desires, possesses the greatest of was vulgar, that she was coarse ; but I loved her treasures; he is master of himself. The rich man in spite of that, I loved her because of that, I who covets anything is only a miserable slave. I loved her alone; I would have her. My soldiers am that slave. The sweetest pleasures—the con
and drums lost their interest for me. I no longer versation of a man of subtle and impartial mind, stuffed sprays of heliotrope and veronica into the or dining with a friend-do not make me forget
mouth of my rocking-horse; that doll was everythe manuscript, the longing for which has haunted thing to me.
thing to me. With the cunning of a savage I me ever since I became aware of its existence. devised schemes for obliging my nurse, Virginie, It haunts me by day, it haunts me by night; it to take me past the little shop in the Rue de Seine. haunts me in joy and in sadness; it haunts me I used to flatten my nose against the window, and working and resting.
my nurse had to pull me away by the arm. I recall to mind the desires of
my childhood. “ Master Sylvestre, it is late, and your mamma Ilow well I understand now the all-powerful will scold." Master Sylvestre cared little then longings of my earliest years!
for scoldings and whippings.
But his nurse At this moment I see quite distinctly a doll
carried him off like a feather, and Master Sylvestre which was displayed in a wretched shop in the yielded to force. Since then, with years, he has Rue de Seine when I was eight years old. How been spoilt, and yields to fear. He was afraid of this doll happened to take my fancy, I do not
nothing then. know. I was very proud of being a boy; I was unhappy. Shame, unconscious yet irredespised little girls, and it was with impatience sistible, prevented me from telling my mother that I a waited the time (which, alas ! has come) about the object of my love ; hence my sufferings.