The Voice of the Nightingale, 1923


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In The Voice of the Nightingale a child captures a nightingale and later dreams about the birds and its mate. The child wakes with the realization that birds are meant to be free and releases it. In return for its freedom, the nightingale gives the child the gift of song during the day, which is why nightingales only sing at night.

 

 

 

 

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