Wu Ting
How would you interpret ‘taxicab-ears’ in the context? How would you interpret ‘taxicab-ears’ in the first sentence? Thanks. And it’s from My Little Boy written by the famous Danish writer Carl Ewald. the context: Take the idiot, for example, who is proud that his son is just like him: same taxicab-ears, same large mouth, same flat-footedness. Then when the son grows up and misbehaves, the old man, the original idiot, falls into grief and lamentation over the miserable offspring he has begotten.
Oct 29, 2017 2:26 AM
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A taxicab with the doors open, sticking out to either side ...
October 29, 2017
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Wu Ting
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Chinese (Mandarin), English, French
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English