In the end, Kasper presents the artist as a cutesy-pie clown that others can ogle at will.
And during the speech Kasper discovers on the leather-covered wall a picture in a gilded oval frame—a painting of Clara.
He pushed the door open; and Kasper, who was only drumming with his fingers upon the window-panes, seemed very glad to see us.
Kasper looked down bashfully and blushed; he seemed to enjoy his master's praises.
My Annerle cried out in her sleep last night that she was being devoured, and little Kasper woke up and cried too.
Kasper Crabtree did not relish this salutary home-thrust, and made haste to change the subject.
Kasper is so fascinated that involuntarily he hums as well, but wakes with a start of fright at hearing his own rough voice.
Very soon he was joined by Sorel, and presently by Kasper and Esther.
She walks round the lawn, and turns into a patch that would take her along under the wall, where Kasper cannot follow.
Annchen and the children were quite safe with Kasper's father.