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 that one girl wore hers in the dance. However, these little mistakes did not spoil anything, but rather added a little to the general excitement.
.As soon as one dance was over the dancers hugged each other with relief, not caring whether the audience saw them or not. Indeed, 1 rather think the guests enjoyed these little behind-scene glimpses, and perhaps. in remembering “Pan’s Holiday,’’ they will also remember the glimpses
which they caught between the trees

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