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"Mamma" Daisy seemed to be engaged on a very puzzling question "what does it mean to be a Christian?" "What?" said her mother, rousing herself up for the first times to look at her. "To be a Christian, mamma?" "It means, to be baptised and go to church, and all that," said the lady, turning back to her book. "But mamma, that isn't all I mean." "I don't know what you mean. What "Mamma" Daisy seemed to be engaged on a very puzzling question "what does it mean to be a Christian?" "What?" said her mother, rousing herself up for the first times to look at her. "To be a Christian, mamma?" "It means, to be baptised and go to church, and all that," said the lady, turning back to her book. "But mamma, that isn't all I mean." "I don't know what you mean. What has put it into your head?" "Something Mr. Dinwiddie said." "What absurd nonsense! Who is Mr. Dinwiddie?" "You know him. He lives at Mrs. Sandford's." "And where did he talk to you?" "In the little school in the woods. In his Sunday-school. Yesterday." "Well, it's absurd nonsense, your going there. You have nothing to do with such things. Mr. Randolph? " An inarticulate sound, testifying that he was attending, came from a gentleman who had lounged in and was lounging through the room. "I won't have Daisy go to that Sunday-school any more, down there in the woods. Just tell her she is not to do it, will you? She is getting her head full of the most absurd nonsense. Daisy is just the child to be ruined by it." Susan Warner is the first author to sell one million copies for a single title of work, the title of which was Wide, Wide, World.


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"Mamma" Daisy seemed to be engaged on a very puzzling question "what does it mean to be a Christian?" "What?" said her mother, rousing herself up for the first times to look at her. "To be a Christian, mamma?" "It means, to be baptised and go to church, and all that," said the lady, turning back to her book. "But mamma, that isn't all I mean." "I don't know what you mean. What "Mamma" Daisy seemed to be engaged on a very puzzling question "what does it mean to be a Christian?" "What?" said her mother, rousing herself up for the first times to look at her. "To be a Christian, mamma?" "It means, to be baptised and go to church, and all that," said the lady, turning back to her book. "But mamma, that isn't all I mean." "I don't know what you mean. What has put it into your head?" "Something Mr. Dinwiddie said." "What absurd nonsense! Who is Mr. Dinwiddie?" "You know him. He lives at Mrs. Sandford's." "And where did he talk to you?" "In the little school in the woods. In his Sunday-school. Yesterday." "Well, it's absurd nonsense, your going there. You have nothing to do with such things. Mr. Randolph? " An inarticulate sound, testifying that he was attending, came from a gentleman who had lounged in and was lounging through the room. "I won't have Daisy go to that Sunday-school any more, down there in the woods. Just tell her she is not to do it, will you? She is getting her head full of the most absurd nonsense. Daisy is just the child to be ruined by it." Susan Warner is the first author to sell one million copies for a single title of work, the title of which was Wide, Wide, World.

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