When La Folle regained consciousness, she was at home again, in her own cabin
and upon her own bed.
He hopped around the cabin
con- siderable, first on one leg and then on the other, hold- ing first one shin and then the other one, and at last he let out with his left foot all of a sudden and fetched the tub a rattling kick.
So that, thinking I had seen enough, full of contempt and aversion, I got up, and pursued the beaten road, hoping it might direct me to the cabin
of some Indian.
Then she ran to her little cabin
, washed herself quickly, and took her dress out which was silvery as the moon, and put it on; and when she went in, looking like a king's daughter, the king went up to her, and rejoiced at seeing her again, and when the dance began he danced with her.
His experience was only the experience of the majority of that industrious night school in the cabin
One afternoon, while Clayton was working upon an addition to their cabin
, for he contemplated building several more rooms, a number of their grotesque little friends came shrieking and scolding through the trees from the direction of the ridge.
The early years of my life, which were spent in the little cabin
, were not very different from those of thousands of other slaves.
Ay, ay," said Jukes blithely, and he strode into the cabin
His manner toward her was surly, yet she never failed to meet him with a pleasant smile and a word of thanks when he brought her food to her, though more often than not she hurled the bulk of it through the tiny cabin
port the moment that the door closed behind him.
Tarzan could hear the woman's voice commanding the fellow to leave her cabin
I am afraid, sir," he said, "that it is I who have just secured the last cabin
Remained the steerage, just for'ard of the cabin
, separated from it by a stout bulkhead and entered by a companionway on the main deck.
Some of the Chinese stood in the forward part of the cockpit, near the cabin
doors, and once, as I leaned over the cockpit rail to flatten down the jib-sheet a bit, I felt some one brush against my hip pocket.
He sat on the step of his cabin
and stared at the dog-musher, who responded with a shrug that was equally hopeless.
The child ran up to us with her little hat in one hand, and the key of the cabin
in the other.