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GREAT AMERICAN AUTHORS
LITTLE DAFFYDOWNDILLY

acquainted with Mr. Toil, he began to think that his ways were not so very disagreeable, and that the old schoolmaster's smile of approbation made his face almost as pleasant as even that of Daffydowndilly's mother.

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. 1. Why was Daffydowndilly so named? 2. Do you think he disliked school because of the work or because of Mr. Toil? 3. Which sentences tell you this? 4. What was his purpose in running away from school? 5. Who joined him? 6. On their way they met several groups of workers; what happened in each case? 7. What conclusion did Daffydowndilly finally draw? 8. Find the lines that tell you. 9. Why should everyone do his part of the world's work? 10. Why should we learn to enjoy work? 11. What was Hawthorne's purpose in writing this story? 12. Which of all the experiences that DafFydowndilly had in his walk with the stranger surprised him most? 13. Who are more easily tired, persons like Monsieur le Plaisir who constantly seek pleasure, or persons who enjoy their everyday life and tasks? 14. Whom do you know that finds real pleasure in doing work that seems to you uninteresting and tedious? 15. Find the lines illustrated by the picture to the left of Hawthorne's portrait on page 354. 16. Find in the Glossary the meaning of: resembled; affirmed; hitherto; indulgent; ugly-visaged; trudging; sociably; precisely; erecting; clapboards; molest; compasses; exhorting; diligent; besought; composedly; flourishing; innumerable; entreated; torpid; whit. 17. Pronounce: countenance; quoth; epaulets; Monsieur le Plaisir; Signor Far Niente; approbation.

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