Malvina G. Vogel





Malvina G. Vogel



Average rating: 4.17 · 21,870 ratings · 653 reviews · 47 distinct works · Similar authors
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“paralyzed, then he scrambled backward, yelping his cries of pain. Hearing her cub's cries, Kiche pulled at her stick in a rage, helpless to come to White Fang's aid.     Gray Beaver laughed loudly and called everyone to see White Fang. Soon, they were all laughing at the pitiful little cub who sat yelping and crying and trying to soothe his burnt nose with his burnt tongue.     At that moment, White Fang understood what shame was. He knew the Indians were laughing at him, and he couldn't bear it. He turned and fled to his mother. He fled, not from the hurt of the fire, but from the laughter”
Malvina G. Vogel, White Fang Great Illustrated Classics



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