Lewis Carroll

Lewis Carroll, Sylvie and Bruno, Londres, MacMillan & Co., 1890, p. 364.

« Ca’n’t amuse it no more, » Buno answered, very dolefully, »’cause it won’t say what it would like to do next ! I’ve showed it all the duck-weeds-and a live caddis-worm- but it won’t say nuffin ! What-would oo-like?’ he shouted into the ear of the Frog: but the little creature sat quite still, and took no notice of him.