what does "arrygory"mean? it is a made-up word? "He must have been pretty old," said Demi, who was looking straight into Uncle Fritz's face, as if to catch every word. "Hush, Demi, it's a fairy story," whispered Daisy. "No, I think it's an arrygory," said Demi. "What is a arrygory?" called out Tommy, who was of an inquiring turn. "Tell him, Demi, if you can, and don't use words unless you are quite sure you know what they mean," said Mr. Bhaer. "I do know, Grandpa told me! A fable is a arrygory; it's a story that means something. My 'Story without an end' is one, because the child in it means a soul; don't it, Aunty?" cried Demi, eager to prove himself right.
Oct 25, 2017 8:26 AM
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Yes it's a made up word. The people in the dialogue don't know how to say "allegory" so they say "arregory"
October 25, 2017
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