Gluck revives the young child
Chapter V, Ruskin's The King of the Golden River
Source: Library Edition I.345.
[Gluck climbing the mountain]
"Then Gluck . . . put the bottle to the child's lips, and it drank it all but a few drops. Then it smailed on him, and gt up, and ran down the hill" (III.244).
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