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But in fact — according to that farmer — Ichabod “changed his quarters to a distant part of the country; had kept school and studied law at the same time, had been admitted to the bar, turned politician, electioneered, written for the newspapers, and finally had been made a justice…” It’s nice that there’s a happy ending after all.
In fact, Irving’s whole book is a celebration of travel, the joys of discovering new local customs, and especially the magic of rural life.
There’s stories about neighborhood characters and Christmas celebrations, grand old manors and peaceful villages.
Many of the “sketches” are about England, and there’s even another ghost story set in Europe — .
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So Brom dresses up like the headless horseman that night — carrying a pumpkin under his arm, which he harmlessly throws at the schoolmaster at the end of his ride.
In Washington Irving’s story, Ichabod then just tumbles to the ground, and hears all the hoofbeats galloping by. No wonder that cartoon is so frightening to children!
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