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【OKSN-284】初めての女になってあげる井上綾子

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【OKSN-284】初めての女になってあげる井上綾子 �


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`Soo--oopofthee--e--evening,

HesentthemwordIhadnotgone

TheMockTurtle'sStory

HowIwonderwhatyou'reat!"Youknowthesong,perhaps?'`I'veheardsomethinglikeit,'saidAlice.`Itgoeson,youknow,'theHattercontinued,`inthisway:--

TheLobsterQuadrille

`Thankyou,it'saveryinterestingdancetowatch,'saidAlice,feelingverygladthatitwasoveratlast:`andIdosolikethatcurioussongaboutthewhiting!'`Oh,astothewhiting,'saidtheMockTurtle,`they--you'veseenthem,ofcourse?'`Yes,'saidAlice,`I'veoftenseenthematdinn--'shecheckedherselfhastily.`Idon'tknowwhereDinnmaybe,'saidtheMockTurtle,`butifyou'veseenthemsooften,ofcourseyouknowwhatthey'relike.'`Ibelieveso,'Alicerepliedthoughtfully.`Theyhavetheirtailsintheirmouths--andthey'reallovercrumbs.'`You'rewrongaboutthecrumbs,'saidtheMockTurtle:`crumbswouldallwashoffinthesea.ButtheyHAVEtheirtailsintheirmouths;andthereasonis--'heretheMockTurtleyawnedandshuthiseyes.--`Tellheraboutthereasonandallthat,'hesaidtotheGryphon.`Thereasonis,'saidtheGryphon,`thattheyWOULDgowiththelobsterstothedance.Sotheygotthrownouttosea.Sotheyhadtofallalongway.Sotheygottheirtailsfastintheirmouths.Sotheycouldn'tgetthemoutagain.That'sall.'`Thankyou,'saidAlice,`it'sveryinteresting.Ineverknewsomuchaboutawhitingbefore.'`Icantellyoumorethanthat,ifyoulike,'saidtheGryphon.`Doyouknowwhyit'scalledawhiting?'`Ineverthoughtaboutit,'saidAlice.`Why?'`ITDOESTHEBOOTSANDSHOES.'theGryphonrepliedverysolemnly.Alicewasthoroughlypuzzled.`Doesthebootsandshoes!'sherepeatedinawonderingtone.`Why,whatareYOURshoesdonewith?'saidtheGryphon.`Imean,whatmakesthemsoshiny?'Alicelookeddownatthem,andconsideredalittlebeforeshegaveheranswer.`They'redonewithblacking,Ibelieve.'`Bootsandshoesunderthesea,'theGryphonwentoninadeepvoice,`aredonewithawhiting.Nowyouknow.'`Andwhataretheymadeof?'Aliceaskedinatoneofgreatcuriosity.`Solesandeels,ofcourse,'theGryphonrepliedratherimpatiently:`anyshrimpcouldhavetoldyouthat.'`IfI'dbeenthewhiting,'saidAlice,whosethoughtswerestillrunningonthesong,`I'dhavesaidtotheporpoise,"Keepback,please:wedon'twantYOUwithus!"'`Theywereobligedtohavehimwiththem,'theMockTurtlesaid:`nowisefishwouldgoanywherewithoutaporpoise.'`Wouldn'titreally?'saidAliceinatoneofgreatsurprise.`Ofcoursenot,'saidtheMockTurtle:`why,ifafishcametoME,andtoldmehewasgoingajourney,Ishouldsay"Withwhatporpoise?"'`Don'tyoumean"purpose"?'saidAlice.`ImeanwhatIsay,'theMockTurtlerepliedinanoffendedtone.AndtheGryphonadded`Come,let'shearsomeofYOURadventures.'`Icouldtellyoumyadventures--beginningfromthismorning,'saidAlicealittletimidly:`butit'snousegoingbacktoyesterday,becauseIwasadifferentpersonthen.'`Explainallthat,'saidtheMockTurtle.`No,no!Theadventuresfirst,'saidtheGryphoninanimpatienttone:`explanationstakesuchadreadfultime.'SoAlicebegantellingthemheradventuresfromthetimewhenshefirstsawtheWhiteRabbit.Shewasalittlenervousaboutitjustatfirst,thetwocreaturesgotsoclosetoher,oneoneachside,andopenedtheireyesandmouthssoVERYwide,butshegainedcourageasshewenton.Herlistenerswereperfectlyquiettillshegottothepartaboutherrepeating`YOUAREOLD,FATHERWILLIAM,'totheCaterpillar,andthewordsallcomingdifferent,andthentheMockTurtledrewalongbreath,andsaid`That'sverycurious.'`It'sallaboutascuriousasitcanbe,'saidtheGryphon.`Itallcamedifferent!'theMockTurtlerepeatedthoughtfully.`Ishouldliketohearhertryandrepeatsomethingnow.Tellhertobegin.'HelookedattheGryphonasifhethoughtithadsomekindofauthorityoverAlice.`Standupandrepeat"'TISTHEVOICEOFTHESLUGGARD,"'saidtheGryphon.`Howthecreaturesorderoneabout,andmakeonerepeatlessons!'thoughtAlice;`Imightaswellbeatschoolatonce.'However,shegotup,andbegantorepeatit,butherheadwassofulloftheLobsterQuadrille,thatshehardlyknewwhatshewassaying,andthewordscameveryqueerindeed:--

sea!"Butthesnailreplied"Toofar,toofar!"andgavealook

Alargerose-treestoodneartheentranceofthegarden:therosesgrowingonitwerewhite,buttherewerethreegardenersatit,busilypaintingthemred.Alicethoughtthisaverycuriousthing,andshewentnearertowatchthem,andjustasshecameuptothemsheheardoneofthemsay,`Lookoutnow,Five!Don'tgosplashingpaintovermelikethat!'`Icouldn'thelpit,'saidFive,inasulkytone;`Sevenjoggedmyelbow.'OnwhichSevenlookedupandsaid,`That'sright,Five!Alwayslaytheblameonothers!'`YOU'Dbetternottalk!'saidFive.`IheardtheQueensayonlyyesterdayyoudeservedtobebeheaded!'`Whatfor?'saidtheonewhohadspokenfirst.`That'snoneofYOURbusiness,Two!'saidSeven.`Yes,itIShisbusiness!'saidFive,`andI'lltellhim--itwasforbringingthecooktulip-rootsinsteadofonions.'Sevenflungdownhisbrush,andhadjustbegun`Well,ofalltheunjustthings--'whenhiseyechancedtofalluponAlice,asshestoodwatchingthem,andhecheckedhimselfsuddenly:theotherslookedroundalso,andallofthembowedlow.`Wouldyoutellme,'saidAlice,alittletimidly,`whyyouarepaintingthoseroses?'FiveandSevensaidnothing,butlookedatTwo.Twobeganinalowvoice,`Whythefactis,yousee,Miss,thishereoughttohavebeenaREDrose-tree,andweputawhiteoneinbymistake;andiftheQueenwastofinditout,weshouldallhaveourheadscutoff,youknow.Soyousee,Miss,we'redoingourbest,aforeshecomes,to--'AtthismomentFive,whohadbeenanxiouslylookingacrossthegarden,calledout`TheQueen!TheQueen!'andthethreegardenersinstantlythrewthemselvesflatupontheirfaces.Therewasasoundofmanyfootsteps,andAlicelookedround,eagertoseetheQueen.Firstcametensoldierscarryingclubs;thesewereallshapedlikethethreegardeners,oblongandflat,withtheirhandsandfeetatthecorners:nextthetencourtiers;thesewereornamentedalloverwithdiamonds,andwalkedtwoandtwo,asthesoldiersdid.Afterthesecametheroyalchildren;thereweretenofthem,andthelittledearscamejumpingmerrilyalonghandinhand,incouples:theywereallornamentedwithhearts.Nextcametheguests,mostlyKingsandQueens,andamongthemAlicerecognisedtheWhiteRabbit:itwastalkinginahurriednervousmanner,smilingateverythingthatwassaid,andwentbywithoutnoticingher.ThenfollowedtheKnaveofHearts,carryingtheKing'scrownonacrimsonvelvetcushion;and,lastofallthisgrandprocession,cameTHEKINGANDQUEENOFHEARTS.Alicewasratherdoubtfulwhethersheoughtnottoliedownonherfacelikethethreegardeners,butshecouldnotremembereverhavingheardofsucharuleatprocessions;`andbesides,whatwouldbetheuseofaprocession,'thoughtshe,`ifpeoplehadalltoliedownupontheirfaces,sothattheycouldn'tseeit?'Soshestoodstillwhereshewas,andwaited.WhentheprocessioncameoppositetoAlice,theyallstoppedandlookedather,andtheQueensaidseverely`Whoisthis?'ShesaidittotheKnaveofHearts,whoonlybowedandsmiledinreply.`Idiot!'saidtheQueen,tossingherheadimpatiently;and,turningtoAlice,shewenton,`What'syourname,child?'`MynameisAlice,sopleaseyourMajesty,'saidAliceverypolitely;butsheadded,toherself,`Why,they'reonlyapackofcards,afterall.Ineedn'tbeafraidofthem!'`AndwhoareTHESE?'saidtheQueen,pointingtothethreegardenerswhowerelyingroundtherosetree;for,yousee,astheywerelyingontheirfaces,andthepatternontheirbackswasthesameastherestofthepack,shecouldnottellwhethertheyweregardeners,orsoldiers,orcourtiers,orthreeofherownchildren.`HowshouldIknow?'saidAlice,surprisedatherowncourage.`It'snobusinessofMINE.'TheQueenturnedcrimsonwithfury,and,afterglaringatherforamomentlikeawildbeast,screamed`Offwithherhead!Off--'`Nonsense!'saidAlice,veryloudlyanddecidedly,andtheQueenwassilent.TheKinglaidhishanduponherarm,andtimidlysaid`Consider,mydear:sheisonlyachild!'TheQueenturnedangrilyawayfromhim,andsaidtotheKnave`Turnthemover!'TheKnavedidso,verycarefully,withonefoot.`Getup!'saidtheQueen,inashrill,loudvoice,andthethreegardenersinstantlyjumpedup,andbeganbowingtotheKing,theQueen,theroyalchildren,andeverybodyelse.`Leaveoffthat!'screamedtheQueen.`Youmakemegiddy.'Andthen,turningtotherose-tree,shewenton,`WhatHAVEyoubeendoinghere?'`MayitpleaseyourMajesty,'saidTwo,inaveryhumbletone,goingdownononekneeashespoke,`weweretrying--'`Isee!'saidtheQueen,whohadmeanwhilebeenexaminingtheroses.`Offwiththeirheads!'andtheprocessionmovedon,threeofthesoldiersremainingbehindtoexecutetheunfortunategardeners,whorantoAliceforprotection.`Youshan'tbebeheaded!'saidAlice,andsheputthemintoalargeflower-potthatstoodnear.Thethreesoldierswanderedaboutforaminuteortwo,lookingforthem,andthenquietlymarchedoffaftertheothers.`Aretheirheadsoff?'shoutedtheQueen.`Theirheadsaregone,ifitpleaseyourMajesty!'thesoldiersshoutedinreply.`That'sright!'shoutedtheQueen.`Canyouplaycroquet?'Thesoldiersweresilent,andlookedatAlice,asthequestionwasevidentlymeantforher.`Yes!'shoutedAlice.`Comeon,then!'roaredtheQueen,andAlicejoinedtheprocession,wonderingverymuchwhatwouldhappennext.`It's--it'saveryfineday!'saidatimidvoiceatherside.ShewaswalkingbytheWhiteRabbit,whowaspeepinganxiouslyintoherface.`Very,'saidAlice:`--where'stheDuchess?'`Hush!Hush!'saidtheRabbitinalow,hurriedtone.Helookedanxiouslyoverhisshoulderashespoke,andthenraisedhimselfupontiptoe,puthismouthclosetoherear,andwhispered`She'sundersentenceofexecution.'`Whatfor?'saidAlice.`Didyousay"Whatapity!"?'theRabbitasked.`No,Ididn't,'saidAlice:`Idon'tthinkit'satallapity.Isaid"Whatfor?"'`SheboxedtheQueen'sears--'theRabbitbegan.Alicegavealittlescreamoflaughter.`Oh,hush!'theRabbitwhisperedinafrightenedtone.`TheQueenwillhearyou!Yousee,shecameratherlate,andtheQueensaid--'`Gettoyourplaces!'shoutedtheQueeninavoiceofthunder,andpeoplebeganrunningaboutinalldirections,tumblingupagainsteachother;however,theygotsettleddowninaminuteortwo,andthegamebegan.Alicethoughtshehadneverseensuchacuriouscroquet-groundinherlife;itwasallridgesandfurrows;theballswerelivehedgehogs,themalletsliveflamingoes,andthesoldiershadtodoublethemselvesupandtostandontheirhandsandfeet,tomakethearches.ThechiefdifficultyAlicefoundatfirstwasinmanagingherflamingo:shesucceededingettingitsbodytuckedaway,comfortablyenough,underherarm,withitslegshangingdown,butgenerally,justasshehadgotitsnecknicelystraightenedout,andwasgoingtogivethehedgehogablowwithitshead,itWOULDtwistitselfroundandlookupinherface,withsuchapuzzledexpressionthatshecouldnothelpburstingoutlaughing:andwhenshehadgotitsheaddown,andwasgoingtobeginagain,itwasveryprovokingtofindthatthehedgehoghadunrolleditself,andwasintheactofcrawlingaway:besidesallthis,therewasgenerallyaridgeorfurrowinthewaywherevershewantedtosendthehedgehogto,and,asthedoubled-upsoldierswerealwaysgettingupandwalkingofftootherpartsoftheground,Alicesooncametotheconclusionthatitwasaverydifficultgameindeed.Theplayersallplayedatoncewithoutwaitingforturns,quarrellingallthewhile,andfightingforthehedgehogs;andinaveryshorttimetheQueenwasinafuriouspassion,andwentstampingabout,andshouting`Offwithhishead!'or`Offwithherhead!'aboutonceinaminute.Alicebegantofeelveryuneasy:tobesure,shehadnotasyethadanydisputewiththeQueen,butsheknewthatitmighthappenanyminute,`andthen,'thoughtshe,`whatwouldbecomeofme?They'redreadfullyfondofbeheadingpeoplehere;thegreatwonderis,thatthere'sanyoneleftalive!'Shewaslookingaboutforsomewayofescape,andwonderingwhethershecouldgetawaywithoutbeingseen,whenshenoticedacuriousappearanceintheair:itpuzzledherverymuchatfirst,but,afterwatchingitaminuteortwo,shemadeitouttobeagrin,andshesaidtoherself`It'stheCheshireCat:nowIshallhavesomebodytotalkto.'`Howareyougettingon?'saidtheCat,assoonastherewasmouthenoughforittospeakwith.Alicewaitedtilltheeyesappeared,andthennodded.`It'snousespeakingtoit,'shethought,`tillitsearshavecome,oratleastoneofthem.'Inanotherminutethewholeheadappeared,andthenAliceputdownherflamingo,andbegananaccountofthegame,feelingverygladshehadsomeonetolistentoher.TheCatseemedtothinkthattherewasenoughofitnowinsight,andnomoreofitappeared.`Idon'tthinktheyplayatallfairly,'Alicebegan,inratheracomplainingtone,`andtheyallquarrelsodreadfullyonecan'thearoneselfspeak--andtheydon'tseemtohaveanyrulesinparticular;atleast,ifthereare,nobodyattendstothem--andyou'venoideahowconfusingitisallthethingsbeingalive;forinstance,there'sthearchI'vegottogothroughnextwalkingaboutattheotherendoftheground--andIshouldhavecroquetedtheQueen'shedgehogjustnow,onlyitranawaywhenitsawminecoming!'`HowdoyouliketheQueen?'saidtheCatinalowvoice.`Notatall,'saidAlice:`she'ssoextremely--'JustthenshenoticedthattheQueenwasclosebehindher,listening:soshewenton,`--likelytowin,thatit'shardlyworthwhilefinishingthegame.'TheQueensmiledandpassedon.`WhoAREyoutalkingto?'saidtheKing,goinguptoAlice,andlookingattheCat'sheadwithgreatcuriosity.`It'safriendofmine--aCheshireCat,'saidAlice:`allowmetointroduceit.'`Idon'tlikethelookofitatall,'saidtheKing:`however,itmaykissmyhandifitlikes.'`I'drathernot,'theCatremarked.`Don'tbeimpertinent,'saidtheKing,`anddon'tlookatmelikethat!'HegotbehindAliceashespoke.`Acatmaylookataking,'saidAlice.`I'vereadthatinsomebook,butIdon'trememberwhere.'`Well,itmustberemoved,'saidtheKingverydecidedly,andhecalledtheQueen,whowaspassingatthemoment,`Mydear!Iwishyouwouldhavethiscatremoved!'TheQueenhadonlyonewayofsettlingalldifficulties,greatorsmall.`Offwithhishead!'shesaid,withoutevenlookinground.`I'llfetchtheexecutionermyself,'saidtheKingeagerly,andhehurriedoff.Alicethoughtshemightaswellgoback,andseehowthegamewasgoingon,assheheardtheQueen'svoiceinthedistance,screamingwithpassion.Shehadalreadyheardhersentencethreeoftheplayerstobeexecutedforhavingmissedtheirturns,andshedidnotlikethelookofthingsatall,asthegamewasinsuchconfusionthatsheneverknewwhetheritwasherturnornot.Soshewentinsearchofherhedgehog.Thehedgehogwasengagedinafightwithanotherhedgehog,whichseemedtoAliceanexcellentopportunityforcroquetingoneofthemwiththeother:theonlydifficultywas,thatherflamingowasgoneacrosstotheothersideofthegarden,whereAlicecouldseeittryinginahelplesssortofwaytoflyupintoatree.Bythetimeshehadcaughttheflamingoandbroughtitback,thefightwasover,andboththehedgehogswereoutofsight:`butitdoesn'tmattermuch,'thoughtAlice,`asallthearchesaregonefromthissideoftheground.'Soshetuckeditawayunderherarm,thatitmightnotescapeagain,andwentbackforalittlemoreconversationwithherfriend.WhenshegotbacktotheCheshireCat,shewassurprisedtofindquitealargecrowdcollectedroundit:therewasadisputegoingonbetweentheexecutioner,theKing,andtheQueen,whowerealltalkingatonce,whilealltherestwerequitesilent,andlookedveryuncomfortable.ThemomentAliceappeared,shewasappealedtobyallthreetosettlethequestion,andtheyrepeatedtheirargumentstoher,though,astheyallspokeatonce,shefounditveryhardindeedtomakeoutexactlywhattheysaid.Theexecutioner'sargumentwas,thatyoucouldn'tcutoffaheadunlesstherewasabodytocutitofffrom:thathehadneverhadtodosuchathingbefore,andhewasn'tgoingtobeginatHIStimeoflife.TheKing'sargumentwas,thatanythingthathadaheadcouldbebeheaded,andthatyouweren'ttotalknonsense.TheQueen'sargumentwas,thatifsomethingwasn'tdoneaboutitinlessthannotimeshe'dhaveeverybodyexecuted,allround.(Itwasthislastremarkthathadmadethewholepartylooksograveandanxious.)Alicecouldthinkofnothingelsetosaybut`ItbelongstotheDuchess:you'dbetteraskHERaboutit.'`She'sinprison,'theQueensaidtotheexecutioner:`fetchherhere.'Andtheexecutionerwentofflikeanarrow.TheCat'sheadbeganfadingawaythemomenthewasgone,and,bythetimehehadcomebackwiththeDutchess,ithadentirelydisappeared;sotheKingandtheexecutionerranwildlyupanddownlookingforit,whiletherestofthepartywentbacktothegame.


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