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by Karle Wilson Baker
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The Plynck drew a sobbing breath of relief. Poor little thing!" said the Echo of the Plynck.
The Plynck drew a sobbing breath of relief. Don't cry, dear-standstill," she said, finding time at last to feel sorry for Sara. We'llsoon have it out now, when Schlorge gets here. Sara stood as still as she could, for the tickling. What is it?" sheventured to ask, tremulously. It's a Zizz, dear," said the Plynck, soothingly. Oh, yes," said Sara, though she didn't quite understand. Will itever be able to fly again?"
Just then Avrillia came out of the door. Avrillia could not beungraceful or abrupt, but she was evidently in a hurry. Her motionswere rather like that of a wisp of white sea-fog that is blown aheadof a rising wind.
Just then Avrillia came out of the door. Saranoticed that she fastened it with a hook and eye exactly like the oneson Mother's prettiest waist-only this one was more valuable, being ofgold. Well, it's quite a long walk down to the landing," said Pirlaps,leading the way, "and we don't want to miss the boat. So they started off in the direction Sara had never gone before,following a path that presently began to wind down among the cliffs,giving them a blue view of the sea.
Chapter I. The Dimplesmithy
Chapter I. The Dimplesmithy. Sara was extremely anxious to please the Plynck, because she thoughther so pensive and pretty; but, try as she would, she couldn't thinkwhat she had forgotten to do. "Does a little girl wear her dimples in The House?" asked the Plynck,still more gently. Oh, of course not!" said Sara, taking them off hastily.
It was some time before Sara could disengage her attention (it hadbecome entangled in the rope on one of the smaller children's sleds)to examine the extraordinary scene near at hand. For, on the lawn atone side of Avrillia's house, opposite the rose-garden, where Pirlapsusually sat painting under the fog-bushes, a large table had beenplaced; and around it were assembled a group of the ng persons Sara had ever seen.
Many Sturgeon readers will have heard of Karle Wilson Baker and her children’s book The Garden of the Plynck . Published in 1920 by Yale University Press, I heard recently that there may less 1000 copies in existence.
Many Sturgeon readers will have heard of Karle Wilson Baker and her children’s book The Garden of the Plynck, although I suspect fewer will have read it. Sturgeon’s introduction to the 1972 collection The Worlds of Theodore Sturgeon called From Plynck to Planck (and originally published in Worlds of IF Science Fiction January 1962, Volume 11, Number 6) lists some the books which my characters have found influential, and my character as well -chief among these was The Garden of the Plynck.
Karle Wilson Baker (née Wilson; 1878–1960) was an American poet and author, born in Little Rock, Ark. to Kate Florence Montgomery Wilson and William Thomas Murphey Wilson. Educated at the University of Chicago, she studied under poet William Vaughn Moody and novelist Robert Herrick, and later went on to write her own poems and novels. Under the pseudonym of "Charlotte Wilson," she was co-author of Women and Prisons (1912), published in London by the Fabian Society.
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Karle Wilson Baker (1878-1960) was an American poet and author f. .Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Her works include, Blue Smoke, poems (1919), The Garden of the Plynck (1920), and The Burning Bush (1920). Start by marking The Garden of the Plynck as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The Garden of the Plynck is a fantasy children s tale. Sara has a series of adventures when she has learned to "go inside her head and shut the doors. She visits the Garden Karle Wilson Baker (1878-1960) was an American poet and author from Little Rock, Arkansas.
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