The English thought themselves superior in every way to people from this place and believed even their climate to be superior to the hot, fertile tropics.
This is a grand and gloomy house that is six hundred years old. It has almost one hundred rooms and is at the edge of a moor.
This is an expanse of land many miles across, covered with low bushes, heather, gorse and moss.
The Secret Garden
The main character is led to the key and the door of this place by a robin.
This becomes the first living thing to which Mary has ever connected.
Mary finds this at the bottom of a hole and it appears to have been in the ground for a long time, perhaps even ten years.
The Portrait of Mrs. Craven
Collin hides this because he does...
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