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The story opens in a large, open valley between high mountains. The valley is home to thousands of people. Some of the residents live in log cabins on the hillsides, near the forest. Some live in farmhouses on gentle hillsides or on level ground. Others live in villages along the valley’s river. All of the valley’s residents are familiar with a visible mountain landmark called the Great Stone Face. On the side of one of the mountains, the rock formations are such that, when viewed from a certain angle and distance, distinctly resemble a human face. The face is described as grand, imposing, noble, and even possessing a somewhat divine aspect. The face even evokes a sense of warmth and kindness when people look upon it. In the valley, a young boy named Ernest lives with his mother in a small cottage...

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