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A YEAR WITHOUT FLOWERS

he was going to pay them a visit.
When they heard the news, the islanders' first thought was :
" What can we do to please our royal guest?"
And, as usual, the islanders found that there were two quite opposite schools of thought on this question : the people of the North and the people of the South have never been known to agree about anything.
The island was very sharply divided into the haves and the have-nots : the Northerners wore beards, while the Southerners were clean-shaven to a man.
The Northerners said: "If we keep our beards, the emperor will think that we are trying to copy him, and he will be angry!"
The Southerners looked at it quite differently :
" If Charlemagne sees us clean-shaven he will think that we despise beards in

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