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" There is no
ghost, Lord Canterville. Just an over-active imagination. "
" You will find that I am quite suited to the English way of life
and the only thing that confuses me is -
of course - your language."
" They're American all right.
You can tell by the way they walk and
their dress. How sad that the Cantervilles have stooped so low as to
sell their ancestral home to those upstarts. "
"Ghosts and blood stains. It's all nonsense if you ask
me. Nothing but a bit of cherry juice put there by a mischievious
Ghastly Americans! Don't they know it is part of the history
of the manor? "
THE CANTERVILLE GHOST
by Claudia Haas
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