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TOM MEETS THE DWARF

dwarf was an elderly man. His big head was quite bald, and his large, rather flat face was covered with wrinkles; lie had a snub nose, and an extraordinarily wide mouth. For several minutes he did not notice Tom, so that the boy was able to have a long, steady look at him, during which he decided that he was the ugliest dwarf he had ever seeii ; but, on turning his newspaper, the dwarf suddenly caught sight of him, and speaking through his nose, inquired : ` Hulloa, youngster, what are you doing here ?'
` Nothing,' answered 't'om, confused at being caught staring: ` that is, I was only looking at you. I beg your pardon.' ,
` A cat may look at a king,' quoted the little man, chuckling; ` but a king mayn't look at me-without paying; so you may consider yourself privileged.'
'Yes, certainly,' agreed Tom, still more confused. ` I've no right here, and I'll go at once, and not tell anyone what you're like, or--'
` Oh, stop a minute!' interrupted the dwarf. ` You needn't hurry-now you've seen me. That dog yours?' He flicked his thumb and forefinger at Tim, who jumped up the steps of the caravan and allowed himself to be patted.
` Yes, he's mine,' Tom answered; ` or, I

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