Eve's Diary, Complete

By Mark Twain

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...EVE'S DIARY


By Mark Twain


Illustrated by Lester Ralph




Translated from the Original



SATURDAY.--I am almost a whole day...

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...is no telling where it went to. And besides,
whoever gets it will hide it;...

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...hurt
me very much.

I couldn't get back home; it was too far and turning cold; but...

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...in anything else. It would tire me to rest so much. It tires me
just...

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...it. He seemed pleased to have me around, and I used the
sociable "we" a...

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...there was
some mistake, for I loved to be with him, and loved to hear him...

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...possesses a
certain quality of perception. Without a doubt that seed can be made to
grow, if...

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...and took my recreation by flitting all
about with the bees and the butterflies and reveling...

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...could be of anything in the world. So
without hesitation I named it that--fire.

I had created...

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... I had to answer it, of course, and I did.
I said it was fire....

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...pour out endearing names upon it. And she is
color-mad: brown rocks, yellow sand, gray moss,...

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...or forty feet of its tail was lying on the
ground, like a fallen tree, and...

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...enough to put your eyes out.

We have made long excursions, and I have seen a...

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...of the
water was a treasure until I GOT it; then the excitement all went away,
and...

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...look back, the Garden is a dream to me. It was beautiful,
surpassingly beautiful, enchantingly...

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...not trouble my
happiness, which is otherwise full to overflowing.

It is not on account of his...

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...me
--life without him would not be life; how could I endure it? This prayer
is also...