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And, while he did so, two more figures appeared in the vista of the garden, floating as if in midair over the roof of the nearby mansion and passing down through the atmosphere to the garden. The first was Solidad, chipmunk-cheeked and golden-haired, a leather wing over her shoulder and a harp dangling from her arm. The second was the Woodwose, tall, wild-grinning, his face streaming with green moss.
“Why, in the name of everything respectable should he walk in?” asked the old man, broadening his twinkling eyes in surprise at the apparition. “This is a garden, sir! It’s a private garden!” cried Florence. “And who the deuce are you, sir?” he asked again. “A friend of the family, sir—a listener. I’m a friend of the family,” he said, with profound dignity. “And I’m a friend of everything decent and good, sir.”
In the mid-18th century the United States was very different from today. Books were a luxury item of the rich. Most people read quite different books than we do today. Pirate books were (and in a lot of places still are) standard books of the time. When he holds secret meetings with the king, Daniel is immediately imprisoned by the government. He represents the freedom of speech, the freedom to debate issues, and the freedom to write about them.
Leah’s eyebrows lifted as the array of books opened to reveal a cache of paper-backed. “A book, a book, a book,” and the rainbow-haired fairy opened his fat hands. But he kept clicking the book open until the rainbow centerpiece was uncovered. He hesitated, his splaytoed feet hovering. “These are _books_,” he said. “Let the receiving, heart hear your name, so eager I am to know who you be.” d2c66b5586