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      IB AND CHRISTINE

       

      NOT far from the stream Gudenaa,in the forest of Silkeborg,a great ridge of land rises and stretches along like a wallBy this ridge,westward,stands a farm-house,surrounded by poor land;the sandy soil is seen through the spare rye and wheat that grow upon itSome years have elapsed since the time of which we speakThe people who lived here cultivated the fields,and moreover kept three sheep,a pig,and two oxen;in fact,they sup-ported themselves quite comfortably,for they had enough to live on if they took things as they came Indeed,they could have managed to save enough to keep two horses;but,like the other peasants of the neighbourhood,they said,“The horse eats itself up-that is to say,it eats as much as it earnsJeppe-Jens cultivated his field in summerIn the winter he made wooden shoes,and then he had an assistant,a journeyman,who understood how to make the wooden shoes strong,and light,and gracefulThey carved shoes and spoons,and that brought in moneyIt would have been wronging the Jeppe-Jenses to call them poor people

      Little Ib,a boy seven years old,the only child of the family,would sit by,looking at the workmen,cutting at a stick,and occasionally cutting his finger But one day he had out two pieces of wood,so that they looked like little wooden shoes;and these he wanted to give to little Christinewas the boatman's daughter,and was graceful and delicate as a gentleman's child;had she been differently dressed,no one would have imagined that she came out of the hut on the neighbouring heathThere lived her father,who was a widower,and supported him-self by carrying firewood in his great out of the forest down to the eel-weir of Silkeborg,and sometimes even to the distant town of RandersHe had no one who could take care of little Christine,who was a year younger than Ib,and therefore the child was almost always with him in his boat,or in the forest among the heath plants and barberry bushesWhen he had to go as far as Randers,he would bring little Christine to stay at the Jeppe-Jenses’

      Ib and Christine agreed very well in every particularthey dug in the ground together for treasures,and they ran and crept,and one day they ventured together up the high ridge,and a long way into the forest;they found a few snipe's eggs there,and that was a great event for them

      Ib had never been on the heath,nor had he ever been on the riverBut even this was to happen;for Christine's father once invited him to go with them,and on the evening before the excursion,Ib went home with him

      Next morning early,the two children were sitting high up on the pile of firewood in the boat,eating bread and raspberriesChristine's father and his assistant propelled the boat with stavesThey had the current with them,and swiftly they glided down the stream,through the lakes which sometimes seemed shut in by woods and reedsBut there was always room for them to pass,even if the old trees bent quite forward over the water,and the old oaks bent down their bare branches,as if they had turned up their sleeves,and wanted to show their knotty naked armsOld alder trees,which the stream had washed away from the bank,clung with their roots to the bottom of the stream,and looked like little wooded islandsThe water-lilies rocked themselves on the riverIt was a splendid excursion;and at last they came to the great eel-weir,where the water rushed through the flood-gates;that was some-thing for Ib and Christine to see!

      In those days there was no manufactory there,nor was there any,townonly the old farm-yard,and the stock there was not large;and the rushing of the water through the weir and the cry of the wild ducks were the only signs of life in SilkeborgAfter the firewood had been unloaded,the father of Christine bought a whole bundle of eels and a slaughtered sucking-pig,and all was put into a basket and placed in the stern of the boatThen they went back again up the stream;but the wind was favourable,and when the sails were hoisted It was as good as if two horses had been harnessed to the boat

      When they had arrived at a point in the stream where the assistant-boatman dwelt,a little way from the bank,the boat was moored,and the two men landed,after exhorting the children to sit stillBut the children did not do that very longThey must be peeping into the bas-ket in which the eels and the sucking-pig had been placed,and they must need pull the sucking-pig out,and take it in their hands;and as both wanted to hold it at the same time,it came to pass that they let it fall into the water,and the sucking-pig drifted away with the stream-and here was a terrible event!

      Ib jumped ashore,and ran a little distance along the bank,and Christine sprang after him

      Take me with you!”she cried

      And in a few minutes they were deep in the thicket,and could no longer see either the boat or the bankThey ran on a little farther,and then Christine fell down on the ground and began to cry;but Ib picked her up

      Follow me!”he cried.“The house lies over there.”

      But the house was not thereThey wandered on and on,over the withered leaves,and over dry fallen branch-Es that crackled beneath their feetSoon thet heard a loud piercing screamThey stood still and listened,and presently the scream of an eagle again sounded through the woodIt was an ugly scream,and they were frightened at it;but before them,in the thick wood,the most beautiful blueberries grew in wonderful profusionThey were so inviting that the children could not do otherwise than stop;and they lingered for some time,eating the blueberries till they had quite blue mouths and blue cheeksNow again they heart the cry they had heard be-fore

      We shall get into trouble about the pig,”said Christine

      Come,let us go to our house, said Ib;“It is here in the wood.”

      And they went forwardThey presently came to a road,but it did not lead them home;and darkness came on,and they were afraidThe wonderful stillness that reigned around was interrupted now and then by the shrill cries of the great horned owl and of the birds that were strange to themAt last they both lost themselves in a thicketChristine cried,and Ib cried too;and after they had cried for a time,they threw themselves down on the dry leaves,and went fast asleep

      The sun was high in the heavens when the two children awokeThey were cold;but on the hillock close at hand the sun shone through the trees and there they thought they would warm themselves;and from there Ib fancied they would be able to see his parents’ houseBut they were far away from that,in quite another part of the forestThey clambered to the top of the rising ground,and found themselves on the summit of a slope running down to the margin of a transparent lakeThey could see fish in great numbers in the pure water illumined by the sun's raysThis spectacle was quite a sudden surprise for them;close beside them grew a nut tree covered with the finest nuts;and now they picked the nuts and cracked them,and ate the delicate young kernels,which had only just begun to formBut there was another surprise and another fright in store for themOut of the thicket stepped a tall old womanher face was quite brown,and her hair was deep black and shiningThe whites of her eyes gleamed like a negro's;on her back she carried a bundle, and in her hand she bore a knotted stickShe was a gipsyThe children did not at once nuderstand what she saidShe brought three nuts out of her pocket,and told them that in these nuts the most beautiful,the loveliest things were hidden,for they were wishing-nuts

      Ib looked at her,and she seemed so friendly that he plucked up courage and asked her if she would give him the nuts;and the woman gave them to him,and gathered some more for herself,a whole pocketful,from the nut tree

      And Ib and Christine looked at the wishing-nuts with great eyes

      Is there a carriage with a pair of horses in this nutt?”he asked

      Yes,there's a golden carriage with golden horses,”answered the woman

      Then give me the nut,”said little Christine

      And Ib gave it to her,and the strange woman tied it in her pocket-handkerchief for her

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      Is there in this nut a pretty little neckerchief,like the one Christine wears round her neck?”inquired Ib There are ten neckerchiefs in it,”answered the woman.“There are beautiful dresses in it,and stockings,and a hat.” Then I will have that one too,”cried little Chris-tine

      And Ib gave her the second nut alsoThe third was a little black thing

      That one you can keep,”said Christine;“and it is a pretty one too

      What is in it?”inquired Ib

      The best of all things for you,”replied the gipsy woman

      And Ib held the nut very tightThe woman promised to lead the children into the right path,so that they might find their way home;and now they went forward;certainly in quite a different direction from the path they should have followedBut that is no reason why we should suspect the gipsy woman of wanting to steal the childrenIn the wild wood-path they met the torest bailiff,who knew Ib;and by his help,Ib and Christine both arrived at home,where their friends had been very anxious about themThey were pardoned and forgiven,although they had indeed both de-served to get into trouble;firstly,because they had let the sucking-pig fall into the water,and secondly,because they had run away

      Christine was taken back to her father on the heath,and Ib remained in the farm-house by the woodThe first thing he did in the evening was to bring forth out of his pocket the nut,in whichthe best thing of allwas said to be enclosedHe placed it carefully between the door and the door-frame,and then shut the door so as to break the nut;but there was not much kernel in itThe nut looked as if it were filled with snuff or black rich earth;it was what we call hollow,or worm-eaten

      Yes,that's exactly what I thought,”said Ib.“How could the very best thing be contained in this little nut?And Christine will get just as little out of her two nuts,and will have neither fine clothes nor golden carriage.”

      And winter came on,and the new year began;indeed,several years went by

      Ib was now to be confirmed,and the clergyman lived a long way offAbout tiis time the boatman one day visited Ib's parents,and told them that Christine was now going into service,and that she had been really fortunate in getting a remarkably good place,and falling into worthy hands

      Only think!”he said;“she is going to the rich innkeeper's,in the inn at Herning,far towards the westShe is to assist the hostess in keeping the house;and afterwards,if she takes to it well,and stays to be con-firmed there,the people are going to keep her with them

      And Ib and Christine took leave of one anotherPeople called them sweethearts;and at parting,the girl showed Ib that she had still the two nuts which he had given her long ago,during their wanderings in the forest;and she told him,moreover,that in a drawer she had carefully kept the little wooden shoes which he had carved as a present for her in their childish daysAnd thereupon they parted

      Ib was confirmedBut he remained in his mother's house,for he had become a clever maker of wooden shoes,and in summer he looked after the fieldHis mother had no one else to do this,for his father was dead

      Only seldom he got news of Christine from some passing postilion or eel-fisherBut she was well off at the rich innkeeper's;and after she had been confirmed,she wrote a letter to her father,and sent a kind message to Ib and his mother;and in the letter there was mention made of six new shifts and a fine new gown,which Christine had received from her master and mistressThis was certainly good news

      Next spring,there was a knock one warm day at the door of our Ib's old mother,and behold,the boatman and Christine stepped into the roomShe had come on a visit to spend a daya carriage had to come from the Heming Inn to the next village,and she had taken the opportunity to see her friends once againShe looked as handsome as a real lady,and she had a pretty gown on,which had been well sewn,and made expressly for herThere she stood,in grand array,and Ib was in his working clothesHe could not utter a wordhe certainly seized her hand,and held it fast in his own,and was heartily glad;but he could not get his tongue to obey himChristine was not embarrassed,however,for she went on talking and talking,and,moreover,kissed Ib on his mouth in the heartiest manner

      Do you really not know me?”she asked;but even afterwards,when they were left quite by themselves,and he stood there still holding her hand in his,he could only sar,

      You look quite like a real lady,and I am so uncouthHow often I have thought of you,Christine,and of the old times!”

      And arm in arm they sauntered up the great ridge,and looked across the stream towards the heath,towards the great heather banksIt was perfectly silent;but by the time they parted it had grown quite clear to him that Chris-tine must be his wifeHad they not,even in their child-hood,been called sweethearts?To him they seemed to be really engaged to each other,though neither of them had spoken a word on the subjectOnly for a few more hours could they remain together,for Christine was obliged to go back into the next village,from whence the carriage was to start early next morning for HerningHer father and Ib Escorted her as far as the villageIt was a fair moonlight evening,and when they reached their destination,and Ib still held Christine's hand in his own,he could not let it goHis eyes brightened,but still the words came halting over his lipsYet they came from the depths of his heart,when he said,

      If you have not become too grand,Christine,and if you can make up your mind to live with me in my mother's house as my wife,we must become a wedded pair some day;but we can wait a while yet.”

      Yes,let us wait for a time,Ib,” she replied;and she pressed his hand,and he kissed her lips.“I trust in you,Ib,”said Christine;“and I think that I love you-but I will sleep upon it.”

      And with that they partedAnd on the way home Ib told the boatman that he and Christine were as good as betrothed;and the boatman declared he had always expected it would turn out so;and he went home with Ib,and remained that night in the young man's house;but nothing further was said of the betrothal

      A year passed by,in the course of which two letters were exchanged between Ib and ChristineThe signature was prefaced by the words,“Faithful till death!”One day the boatman came in to Ib,and brought him a greeting from ChristineWhat he had further to say was brought out in somewhat hesitating,but it was to the effect that Christine was almost more than prosperous,for she was a pretty girl,courted and lovedThe son of the host had been home on a visit;he was employed in the office of some great institution in Copenhagen;and he was very much pleased with Christine,and she had taken a fancy to himhis parents were not unwilling,but it lay very much on Christine's mind that Ib had such a fancy for her;“and so she had thought of fusing this great piece of good fortune,”said the boatman

      At first Ib said not a word,but he became as white as a sheet,and slightly shook his headThe he said slowly,

      Christine must not thrust her good fortune away.”

      Then do you write a few words to her,”said the boatman

      And Ib sat down to write;but he could not manage it wellthe words would not come as he wished them;and first he altered,and then he tore up the page;but the next morning a letter lay ready to be sent to Christine,and here it is

      I hare read the letter you hare sent to your father,and gather from it that you are prospering in all things,and that there is a prospect of higher fortune for youAsk your heart,Christine,and think well over what you are going into,if you take me for your husband;what I possess is but littleDo not think of me,or my position,but think of your own welfareYou are bound to me by no promise,and if in your heart you have given me one,Irelease you from itMay all the joy of the world be yours,ChristineHeaven will have comfort for my heart

      Ever your sincere friend,IB

      And the letter was dispatched,and Christine duly received it

      In the course of that November her banns were published in the church on the heath,and in Copenhagen,where her bridegroom lived;and to Copenhagen she travelled,with her mistress,because the bridegroom could not undertake the journey into Jutland on account of his various occupationsOn the journey,Christine met her father in a certain village,and here the two took leave of one anotherA few words were mentioned concerning this fact,but Ib made no remark upon ithis mother said he had grown very silent of late;indeed,he had become very pensive,and thus the three nuts came into his mind which the gipsy woman had given him long ago,and of which he had given two to ChristineYes,it seemed right-in one of hers lay a golden carriage with horses,and in the other very elegant clothes;all those luxuries would now be Christine's in the capitalHer part had thus come trueAnd to him,Ib,the nut had offered only black earthThe gipsy woman had said this wasthe best of all for him”.Yes,it was nightthat also was coming trueThe black earth was the best for himNow he understood clearly what had been the woman's meaningIn the black earth,in the dark grave,would be the best happiness for him

      And once again years passed by,not very many,but they seemed long years to IbThe old innkeeper and his wife died,and the whole of their property,many thousands of dollars,came to the sonYes,now Christine could have the golden carriage and plenty of fine clothes

      During the two long years that followed,no letter came from Christine;and when her father at length received one from her,it was not written in prosperity,by any meansPoor Christine!neither she nor her husband had understood how to keep the money together,and there seemed to be no blessimg with it,because they had not sought it

      And again the heather bloomed and fadedThe snow had swept for many winters across the heath,and over the ridge beneath which Ib dwelt,sheltered from the rough windsThe spring sun shone bright,and Ib guided the plough across his field,when one day it glided over what appeared to be a flint stoneSomething like a great black shaving came out of the ground,and when Ib took it up it proved to be a piece of metal;and where the plough had cut into it,it gleamed brightlyIt was a great heavy arm-let of gold from heathen timesA grave-mound bad been levelled here and its precious treasure foundIb showed what he had found to the clergyman,who explained its value to him,and then he betook himself to the local judge,who reported the discovery to Copenhagen,and recommended Ib to deliver up the treasure in person

      You have found in the earth the best thing you could find,” said the judge

      The best thing!”thought Ib.“The very best thing for me,and found in the earth!Well,if that is the best,the gipsy woman was correct in what she prophesied to me

      So Ib travelled with the boat from Aarhus to CopenhagenTo him,who had only crossed Gudenaa,it was like a voyage across the oceanAnd he arrived in Copenhagen

      The value of the gold he had found was paid over to him;it was a large sum-six hundred dollarsAnd Ib of the heath wandered about in the great capital

      On the day on which he had settled to go back with the captain,Ib lost his way in the streets,and took quite a different direction from the one he intended to followHe had wandered into the suburb of Christianshaven,into a poor little streetNot a human being was to be seenAt last a very little girl came out of a wretched houseIb inquired of the little one the way to the street which he wanted;but she looked shyly at him,and began to cry bitterlyHe asked her what ailed her,but could not understand what she said in replyBut as they were both under a lamp,and the light fell on the girl's face,he felt quite strange,for Christine stood bodily before him,just as he remembered her from the days of his childhood

      And he went with the little maiden into the wretched house,and ascended the narrow,crazy staircase,which led to a little attic chamber in the roofThe air in this chamber was heavy and almost suffocatingno light was burning;but there was heavy sighing,and moaning in one cornerIb struck a light with the help of a matchIt was the mother of the child who lay on the miserable bed

      Can I be of any service to you?”asked Ib.“This little girl has brought me up here,but I am a stranger in this cityAre there no neighbours or friends whom I could call to you?And he raised the sick woman's head

      It was Christine of the heath!

      For years her name had not been mentioned at home in Jutland,for it would have disturbed Ib's peace of mind,and rumour had told nothing good concerning herThe wealth which her husband had inherited from his parents had made him proud and arrogantHe had given up his certain appointment,had travelled for half a year in foreign lands,and on his return had incurred debts,and yet lived in an expensive fashionHis carriage had bent over more and more,so to speak,until at last it turned over commapletelyThe many merry companions and table-friends he had entertained declared it served him right,for he had kept house like a madman;and one morning his body was found in the canal

      The hand of death was already on ChristineHer youngest child,only a few weeks old,expected in prosperity and born in misery,was alresdy in its grave,and it had come to this with Christine herself,that she lay sick to death and forsaken,in a miserable room,amid a poverty that she might well have borne in her childish days,but which now oppressed her painfully,since she had been accustomed to better thingsIt was her eldest child,also a little Christine,that here suffered hunger and poverty with her,and who had conducted Ib there

      I am afraid I shall die and leave the poor child here alone,”she said.“Where in the world will she go then?”And not a word more could she utter

      And Ib brought out another match,and lighted up a piece of candle he found in the room,and the flame illumined the wretched dwelling

      And Ib looked at the little girl,and thought how Christine had looked when she was young;and he felt that for her sake he would be good to this child,which was as yet a stranger to himThe dying woman gazed at him,and her eyes opened wider and widerdid she recognize him?He never knew,for no further word passed over her lips

      And it was in the forest by the river Gudenaa,in the region of the heathThe air was grey,and there were no blossoms on the heath plant;but the autumn tempests whirled the yellow leaves from the wood into the stream,and out over the heath towards the hut of the boatman,in which strangers now dwelt;but beneath the ridge,safe beneath the protection of the high trees,stood the little farm,trimly whitewashed and painted,and within it the turf blazed up cheerily in the chimney;for within was sunlight,the beaming sunlight of a child's two eyes;and the tones of the spring birds sounded in the words that came from the child's rosy lipsshe sat on Ib's knee,and Ib was to her both father and mother,for her own parents were dead,and had vanished from her as a dream vanishes alike from children and grown menIb sat in the pretty neat house,for he was a prosperous man,while the mother of the little girl rested in the churchyard at Copenhagen,where she had died in poverty

      Ib had money,and was said to have provided for the futureHe had won gold out of the black earth,and he had a Christine for his own,after all

       


       

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