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The next evening, as the sun was going down, the Doctor said,“Get me the telescope, Chee-Chee. Our journey is nearly ended. Very soon we should be able to see the shores of Africa.”And about half an hour later, sure enough, they thought they could see something in front that might be land. But it began to get darker and darker and they couldn’t be …
 
“There is an island not far from here,” said the porpoises, “where the wild onions grow tall and strong. Keep straight on—we will get some and catch up to you.”So the porpoises dashed away through the sea. And very soon the parrot saw them again, coming up behind, dragging the onions through the waves in big nets made of seaweed.-------------------…
 
And another time a whole school of porpoises came dancing through the waves; and they too asked Polynesia if this was the ship of the famous doctor. And when they heard that it was, they asked the parrot if the Doctor wanted anything for his journey.And Polynesia said, “Yes. We have run short of onions.”-----------------------------And another time…
 
When they got near to the Equator they saw some flying-fishes coming towards them. And the fishes asked the parrot if this was Doctor Dolittle’s ship. When she told them it was, they said they were glad, because the monkeys in Africa were getting worried that he would never come. Polynesia asked them how many miles they had yet to go; and the flyin…
 
Dab-Dab, the duck, used to keep herself cool by jumping into the sea and swimming behind the ship. And every once in a while, when the top of her head got too hot, she would dive under the ship and come up on the other side. In this way, too, she used to catch herrings on Tuesdays and Fridays—when everybody on the boat ate fish to make the beef las…
 
As they sailed further and further into the South, it got warmer and warmer. Polynesia, Chee-Chee and the crocodile enjoyed the hot sun no end. They ran about laughing and looking over the side of the ship to see if they could see Africa yet.But the pig and the dog and the owl, Too-Too, could do nothing in such weather, but sat at the end of the sh…
 
NOW for six whole weeks they went sailing on and on, over the rolling sea, following the swallow who flew before the ship to show them the way. At night she carried a tiny lantern, so they should not miss her in the dark; and the people on the other ships that passed said that the light must be a shooting star.----------------지난 줄거리: 두리틀과 동물들은 아프리카…
 
Chapter Four of The Story of Doctor Dolittleby Hugh Lofting--------------------------------------------This is a LibriVox recording. All LibriVox recordings are in the Public Domain.For more information or to volunteer, please visit librivox.org.Narrated by Adele de PignerollesDoctor Dolittle: AdamPolynesia the parrot / Ben Ali the Barbary Dragon: …
 
Chapter Four of The Story of Doctor Dolittleby Hugh Lofting--------------------------------------------This LibriVox recording is in the Public Domain.Recording by Phil Chenevert오디오북:https://librivox.org/the-story-of-doctor-dolittle-by-hugh-lofting-2/전자책:http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/501--------------------------------------------A MESSAGE FROM A…
 
Chapter Four of The Story of Doctor Dolittleby Hugh Lofting--------------------------------------------This LibriVox recording is in the Public Domain.Recording by Karen Savage오디오북:https://librivox.org/the-story-of-doctor-dolittle-version-3-by-hugh-lofting/전자책:http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/501---------------------------------------------A MESSAGE…
 
They were just going to start on their journey, when the Doctor said he would have to go back and ask the sailor the way to Africa.But the swallow said she had been to that country many times and would show them how to get there.So the Doctor told Chee-Chee to pull up the anchor and the voyage began.- End of Chapter 4-------------------------They w…
 
And she went back up the stairs of the ship,humming this song to herself, I’ve seen the Black Sea and the Red Sea; I rounded the Isle of Wight; I discovered the Yellow River, And the Orange too—by night. Now Greenland drops behind again, And I sail the ocean Blue. I’m tired of all these colors, Jane, So I’m coming back to you.----------------------…
 
“Why, that isn’t a bed!” cried Gub-Gub. “That’s a shelf!”“Beds are always like that on ships,” said the parrot. “It isn’t a shelf. Climb up into it and go to sleep. That’s what you call ‘a bunk.’”“I don’t think I’ll go to bed yet,” said Gub-Gub. “I’m too excited. I want to go upstairs again and see them start.”“Well, this is your first trip,” said …
 
The Cat’s-meat-Man was there to see them off; and he brought a large suet-pudding as a present for the Doctor because, he said he had been told, you couldn’t get suet-puddings in foreign parts.As soon as they were on the ship, Gub-Gub, the pig, asked where the beds were, for it was four o’clock in the afternoon and he wanted his nap. So Polynesia t…
 
Then the animals packed up; and after they had turned off the water so the pipes wouldn’t freeze, and put up the shutters, they closed the house and gave the key to the old horse who lived in the stable. And when they had seen that there was plenty of hay in the loft to last the horse through the Winter, they carried all their luggage down to the s…
 
“Oh, bother it! Money again,” cried the Doctor. “Goodness! I shall be glad to get to Africa where we don’t have to have any! I’ll go and ask the grocer if he will wait for his money till I get back—No, I’ll send the sailor to ask him.”So the sailor went to see the grocer. And presently he came back with all the things they wanted.---------------지난 …
 
"And you’ll need a bell.”“What’s that for?” asked the Doctor.“To tell the time by,” said the parrot. “You go and ring it every half-hour and then you know what time it is. And bring a whole lot of rope—it always comes in handy on voyages.”Then they began to wonder where they were going to get the money from to buy all the things they needed.-------…
 
So then the parrot, who had been on long sea-voyages before, began telling the Doctor all the things he would have to take with him on the ship.“You must have plenty of pilot-bread,” she said—“‘hard tack’ they call it. And you must have beef in cans—and an anchor.”“I expect the ship will have its own anchor,” said the Doctor.“Well, make sure,” said…
 
Then the crocodile and the monkey and the parrot were very glad and began to sing, because they were going back to Africa, their real home. And the Doctor said,“I shall only be able to take you three—with Jip the dog, Dab-Dab the duck, Gub-Gub the pig and the owl, Too-Too. The rest of the animals, like the dormice and the water-voles and the bats, …
 
"Well, never mind. Perhaps if I go down to the seaside I shall be able to borrow a boat that will take us to Africa. I knew a seaman once who brought his baby to me with measles. Maybe he’ll lend us his boat—the baby got well.”So early the next morning the Doctor went down to the sea-shore. And when he came back he told the animals it was all right…
 
“I felt sure there was twopence left,” said the Doctor.“There was” said the owl. “But you spent it on a rattle for that badger’s baby when he was teething.”“Did I?” said the Doctor—“dear me, dear me! What a nuisance money is, to be sure! ------------------지난 줄거리: 두리틀은 아프리카에 가려고 마음먹고 돈상자를 열어 보지만 돈이 한푼도 없습니다.“I felt sure there was twopence left,” sai…
 
When she had finished the Doctor said,“I would gladly go to Africa—especially in this bitter weather. But I’m afraid we haven’t money enough to buy the tickets. Get me the money-box, Chee-Chee.”So the monkey climbed up and got it off the top shelf of the dresser.There was nothing in it—not one single penny!------------------------------------------…
 
“Who brought the message?” asked the Doctor, taking off his spectacles and laying down his book.“A swallow,” said Chee-Chee. “She is outside on the rain-butt.”“Bring her in by the fire,” said the Doctor. “She must be perished with the cold. The swallows flew South six weeks ago!”So the swallow was brought in, all huddled and shivering; and although…
 
They all listened; and presently they heard the sound of some one running. Then the door flew open and the monkey, Chee-Chee, ran in, badly out of breath.“Doctor!” he cried, “I’ve just had a message from a cousin of mine in Africa. There is a terrible sickness among the monkeys out there. They are all catching it—and they are dying in hundreds. The…
 
THE FOURTH CHAPTERA MESSAGE FROM AFRICATHAT Winter was a very cold one. And one night in December, when they were all sitting round the warm fire in the kitchen, and the Doctor was reading aloud to them out of books he had written himself in animal-language, the owl, Too-Too, suddenly said, “Sh! What’s that noise outside?”---------------지난 줄거리: 악어가…
 
Chapter Three of The Story of Doctor Dolittleby Hugh Lofting--------------------------------------------This is a LibriVox recording. All LibriVox recordings are in the Public Domain.For more information or to volunteer, please visit librivox.org.Narrated by Adele de PignerollesDoctor Dolittle: AdamPolynesia the parrot / Ben Ali the Barbary Dragon:…
 
Chapter Three of The Story of Doctor Dolittleby Hugh Lofting--------------------------------------------This LibriVox recording is in the Public Domain.Recording by Phil Chenevert오디오북:https://librivox.org/the-story-of-doctor-dolittle-by-hugh-lofting-2/전자책:http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/501---------------------------------------------MORE MONEY TRO…
 
Chapter Three of The Story of Doctor Dolittleby Hugh Lofting--------------------------------------------This LibriVox recording is in the Public Domain.Recording by Karen Savage오디오북:https://librivox.org/the-story-of-doctor-dolittle-version-3-by-hugh-lofting/전자책:http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/501---------------------------------------------MORE MON…
 
But the snow came earlier than usual that year; and although the old lame horse hauled in plenty of wood from the forest outside the town, so they could have a big fire in the kitchen, most of the vegetables in the garden were gone, and the rest were covered with snow; and many of the animals were really hungry.-----------지난 줄거리: 동물들은 걱정이지만 두리틀은 천하…
 
When the parrot came to him and told him that the fishmonger wouldn’t give them any more fish, he said,“Never mind. So long as the hens lay eggs and the cow gives milk we can have omelettes and junket. And there are plenty of vegetables left in the garden. The Winter is still a long way off. Don’t fuss. That was the trouble with Sarah—she would fus…
 
Then the animals made a vegetable and flower stall outside the garden-gate and sold radishes and roses to the people that passed by along the road.But still they didn’t seem to make enough money to pay all the bills—and still the Doctor wouldn’t worry. ---------------------지난 줄거리: 동물들이 집안일을 하기 시작했지만 여전히 돈이 없어 힘들었습니다.Then the animals made a vegetabl…
 
After a little they got to do the work so well that the Doctor said that he had never had his house kept so tidy or so cleanbefore.In this way things went along all right for a while; but without money they found it very hard.---------------After a little (얼마 후에)they got to do the work so well that the Doctor said (그들은 일을 무척 잘 하게 되어 두리틀은 다음과 같이 말했다…
 
Of course at first they all found their new jobs very hard to do—all except Chee-Chee, who had hands, and could do things like a man. But they soon got used to it; and they used to think it great fun to watch Jip, the dog, sweeping his tail over the floor with a rag tied onto it for a broom. ------------------------------------------지난 줄거리: 동물들끼리 집…
 
So it was agreed that the monkey, Chee-Chee, was to do the cooking and mending; the dog was to sweep the floors; the duck was to dust and make the beds; the owl, Too-Too, was to keep the accounts, and the pig was to do the gardening. They made Polynesia, the parrot, housekeeper and laundress, because she was the oldest.------------------지난 줄거리: 동물 …
 
And the owl, Too-Too, who was good at arithmetic, figured it out that there was only money enough left to last another week—if they each had one meal a day and no more.Then the parrot said, “I think we all ought to do the housework ourselves. At least we can do that much. After all, it is for our sakes that the old man finds himself so lonely and s…
 
“Money is a nuisance,” he used to say. “We’d all be much better off if it had never been invented. What does money matter, so long as we are happy?”But soon the animals themselves began to get worried. And one evening when the Doctor was asleep in his chair before the kitchen-fire they began talking it over among themselves in whispers. -----------…
 
And very soon he was poorer than he had ever been before. With all these mouths to fill, and the house to look after, and no one to do the mending, and no money coming in to pay the butcher’s bill, things began to look very difficult. But the Doctor didn’t worry at all.-------------지난 줄거리: 악어 문제로 다투다가 새러가 집을 나갔습니다.And very soon he was poorer than h…
 
“I tell you I will not have him around,” said Sarah. “He eats the linoleum. If you don’t send him away this minute I’ll—I’ll go and get married!”“All right,” said the Doctor, “go and get married. It can’t be helped.” And he took down his hat and went out into the garden.So Sarah Dolittle packed up her things and went off; and the Doctor was left al…
 
He doesn’t like the circus; and I haven’t the money to send him back to Africa where he comes from. He minds his own business and on the whole is very well behaved. Don’t be so fussy.”--------------지난 줄거리: 두리틀은 누나에게 악어를 변호합니다.He doesn’t like the circus; (그 악어 녀석은 서커스를 좋아하지 않아.)and I haven’t the money to send him back to Africa where he comes from. …
 
“It isn’t an alligator,” said the Doctor—“it’s a crocodile.”“I don’t care what you call it,” said his sister. “It’s a nasty thing to find under the bed. I won’t have it in the house.”“But he has promised me,” the Doctor answered, “that he will not bite any one. ----------------------지난 줄거리: 새러가 두리틀에게 악어를 쫓아내라고 다그칩니다.“It isn’t an alligator,” said th…
 
So then the Doctor’s sister came to him and said,“John, you must send that creature away. Now the farmers and the old ladies are afraid to send their animals to you—just as we were beginning to be well off again. Now we shall be ruined entirely. This is the last straw. I will no longer be housekeeper for you if you don’t send away that alligator.”-…
 
But now the old ladies grew afraid to send their lap-dogs to Doctor Dolittle because of the crocodile; and the farmers wouldn’t believe that he would not eat the lambs and sick calves they brought to be cured. So the Doctor went to the crocodile and told him he must go back to his circus. But he wept such big tears, and begged so hard to be allowed…
 
He asked couldn’t he sleep in the fish-pond at the bottom of the garden, if he promised not to eat the fish. When the circus-men came to take him back he got so wild and savage that he frightened them away. But to every one in the house he was always as gentle as a kitten.-------------------------지난 줄거리: 이빨을 치료한 악어는 두리틀의 집에 살고 싶어졌습니다.He asked could…
 
The Doctor talked to him in crocodile-language and took him into the house and made his tooth better. But when the crocodile saw what a nice house it was—with all the different places for the different kinds of animals—he too wanted to live with the Doctor. ------------지난 줄거리: 서커스의 악어가 탈출해서 두리틀의 정원에 왔습니다.The Doctor talked to him in crocodile-langua…
 
The other animals in the house called him “Chee-Chee”—which is a common word in monkey-language, meaning “ginger.”And another time, when the circus came to Puddleby, the crocodile who had a bad toothache escaped at night and came into the Doctor’s garden. --------------------지난 줄거리: 거리의 오르간 연주자에게 학대받던 원숭이가 두리틀과 함께 살게 되었습니다.The other animals in the …
 
The organ-grinder got awfully angry and said that he wanted to keep the monkey. But the Doctor told him that if he didn’t go away he would punch him on the nose. John Dolittle was a strong man, though he wasn’t very tall. So the Italian went away saying rude things and the monkey stayed with Doctor Dolittle and had a good home. --------------------…
 
Once when he was sitting on his garden wall, smoking a pipe in the evening, an Italian organ-grinder came round with a monkey on a string. The Doctor saw at once that the monkey’s collar was too tight and that he was dirty and unhappy. So he took the monkey away from the Italian, gave the man a shilling and told him to go. -------------Once when he…
 
And often even after they got well, they did not want to go away—they liked the Doctor and his house so much. And he never had the heart to refuse them when they asked if they could stay with him. So in this way he went on getting more and more pets.---------------And often even after they got well, they did not want to go away—(그리고 종종, 그들은 몸이 나은 후…
 
CHAPTER 03: MORE MONEY TROUBLESAND soon now the Doctor began to make money again; and his sister, Sarah, bought a new dress and was happy.Some of the animals who came to see him were so sick that they had to stay at the Doctor’s house for a week. And when they were getting better they used to sit in chairs on the lawn.------------------------------…
 
Chapter Two of The Story of Doctor Dolittleby Hugh Lofting--------------------------------------------This is a LibriVox recording. All LibriVox recordings are in the Public Domain.For more information or to volunteer, please visit librivox.org.Narrated by Adele de PignerollesDoctor Dolittle: AdamPolynesia the parrot / Ben Ali the Barbary Dragon: B…
 
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