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The Secret Garden
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Done by: Rashed Al Mansouri * Mary Lennox lives in the Craven household. She is not easily scared. The rain is hammering on the windows and wakes Mary up. As she lies awake she hears a human crying sound. * After an hour Mary is convinced that along with the storm she can hear a child crying. She gets out of bed and ventures outside. * She leaves her room and into the dark corridors in search of the weeping noise. She walks until she finds a door and can see the light still burning. * She enters the room to find a thin little boy crying. He looks sick. He is the master’s son and was born in the same year as Mary. His mother died during childbirth and his father cannot bear to look at him. * Colin looks like his mother he spends all his time in the big dark room. He does not mind Mary looking at him and Mary is happy to stay with him. * Colin gets very excited when Mary talks about the Secret Garden. He wants to see it which makes Mary very anxious because if everyone knows about it, it will get ruined. She tells him the garden is a secret and he agrees to keep the secret. * Colin says he can get anything he wants because the house belongs to him. Mary tries to distract him. Colin then tells her to draw back a rose-colored curtain. Behind this is a portrait of Colin’s mother laughing. Colin says he dislikes it that she is laughing while he is sick and dying and the he likes it because it is a personal treasure for him which he does not wish to share with anyone. * Colin hates his mother for dying and believes he would not have be in sick and also his father would hates him. * To cheer Colin up Mary tells him that she will keep looking for the secret door to the Secret Garden. The two children decide to keep this a secret among them. * Before leaving Mary sings him an old lullaby and Colin falls asleep.…...

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