If the child was to stop she had many things yet to say and ask about her, and there the child was, and what was more, Dete, as she plainly saw, meant to leave her there. I should be very grieved if any pressure had to be put upon you; give me your hand and promise me that you will come and live with us again and become reconciled to God and man. She had a fine feathered hat on her head, and a long trailing skirt to her dress which swept the floor, and on the floor of a goatherd's hut there are all sorts of things that do not belong to a dress. After a while, he starts to get back into society and the people gladly accept him back. Preobudio mu se apetit, odmah se sprijateljio s djedom, a umjesto u hotelu u Ragazu, na djedov nagovor smjestio se u u maloj gostionici u Selcu.
Nagađa se kako je to bilo u vrijeme Francusko-pruskog rata 1871. Peter disappeared with the remainder of his flock. The kettle soon began to boil, and meanwhile the old man held a large piece of cheese on a long iron fork over the fire, turning it round and round till it was toasted a nice golden yellow color on each side. In the middle of the night the old man got up. It was a long time since Peter had had anything so nice to eat. Then she sat down on the seat and began to eat and drink, but the wind was so strong that it almost blew her away; so she made haste and finished her supper and then went indoors and climbed up to her bed, where she was soon lying as sweetly and soundly asleep as any young princess on her couch of silk. During the night the wind had blown away all the clouds; the dark blue sky was spreading overhead, and in its midst was the bright sun shining down on the green slopes of the mountain, where the flowers opened their little blue and yellow cups, and looked up to him smiling.
Fraulein Rottenmeier stood for a moment taken aback and then ran after Dete. Grandfather took care of Clara, assisting her and feeding her and Heidi with delicious goat milk. Peter had therefore to be on the alert, and his round eyes, which did not move very quickly, had more work than they could well manage, for the goats were as lively as Heidi; they ran in all directions, and Peter had to follow whistling and calling and swinging his stick to get all the runaways together again. Go indoors again, I can find out for myself where the mending is wanted. As he was arranging the handle at the back preparatory to doing so, Heidi went near and stood staring at him.
What do you call them? She was christened Adelaide, after her mother, my sister, who is now dead. But I perceive that the child is dear to you; for her sake do what you ought to have done long ago: come down into Dorfli and live again among your fellowmen. So he began, telling Heidi the name of each goat in turn as he pointed it out to her. But still, Heidi keeps growing so her grandpa decides to return her back to the town of Frankfurt, where she could receive education suitable for becoming a lady. For many years past, since the mistress of the house had died, the housekeeping and the superintendence of the servants had been entrusted by Herr Sesemann to Fraulein Rottenmeier.
Heidi is one of the best-selling books ever written and is among the best-known works of Swiss literature. Već idući dan Heidi je nagovorila djeda da popravi kolibu od stare bake kako se ne bi urušila. Meanwhile her tutor had arrived; Fraulein Rottenmeier, however, did not bring him straight into the study but drew him first aside into the dining-room, where she poured forth her troubles and explained to him the awkward position in which she was placed, and how it had all come about. Her simple lesson prompts her grandfather to descend to the village and attend a for the first time in years, marking an end to his seclusion. Co-stars included as Miss Rottenmeier, as Grandfather and as Clara. Just now the moonlight was falling through the round window straight on to Heidi's bed. What books did you have to learn from? When the March sun had melted the snow on the mountain side and the snowdrops were peeping out all over the valley, and the fir trees had shaken off their burden of snow and were again merrily waving their branches in the air, Heidi ran backwards and forwards with delight first to the goat-shed then to the fir-trees, and then to the hut-door, in order to let her grandfather know how much larger a piece of green there was under the trees, and then would run off to look again, for she could hardly wait till everything was green and the full beautiful summer had clothed the mountain with grass and flowers.
After once invited, doctor started to spend every day at the pastures with Heidi and Peter. One day she saw a church tower from her room window. She was a sleep-walker, and had fits. Heidi began a description of the front door and the steps and the windows, but the boy only shook his head, and was not any the wiser. She grew up in a family with a lot of siblings. You, Dete, however, must certainly have learnt a good deal concerning him from your sister--am I not right? Again questions came raining down upon her from all sides, for every one knew Dete, as well as all particulars of the birth and former history of the child, and all wondered what she had done with it. This time Tinette appeared with a spotless white cap perched on the top of her head and a mocking expression of face.
Heidi picked a sleeping spot at the attic, where grandpa made her bed out of fresh hay. After months pass, the Frankfurt household is brought near hysteria by nightly sightings of what appears to be a. She was looking so well she should hardly have known her again, and it was evident that she had been happy and well-cared for with her grandfather; but she had never lost sight of the idea of taking the child back again, for she well understood that the little one must be much in his way, but she had not been able to do it at first. U tom trenutku ulazi gđica Rottenmeier koja se spotakne na kornjaču koju je donio dječak. When she moved to Frankfurt, she missed her life with her grandpa so much that she even tried to escape once.
He hesitated a moment, for he could not believe that Heidi was in earnest; but the latter kept on holding out the bread and cheese, and as Peter still did not take it, she laid it down on his knees. When after a while Heidi saw that her efforts were fruitless, she gave up trying, and began to think whether she would not go out and round the house till she came to the grass, but then she remembered that the night before she had only seen stones in front of the house. She continued her search and presently came to the fir trees behind the hut. The lady housekeeper did not look up, Clara did not speak; there was an uncomfortable silence. Heidi flew to the hearth, and dragging the three-legged stool up to the table, sat herself down upon it. Stork, Mabel Abbott, Philip Schuyler Allen, Shirley Watkins, M.