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Vimto | 09:23 Fri 07th Jun 2019 | Arts & Literature
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Can anyone give me the name of the William book and/or the title of the story where William pretends there's a curse on a patch of burnt grass and after successfully enticing his arch enemy Hubert Lane to walk over it, exclaims "you're for it it now Hubert, there's a spell on this field that prophesises; "whoever treads on this bit of burned, into a hen coop his house be turned""?

As this question can hardly be classed as "Art and Literature" I was advised to list it under "books & something" but I can't find this category listed. How do I log on to it?

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William and ARP/William's Good-bye present. https://justwilliam.wordpress.com/2016/07/22/21-william-and-a-r-p/
09:38 Fri 07th Jun 2019
Click on the view all categories button , then on the cross at the side of 'arts and literature'.
William and ARP/William's Good-bye present.
https://justwilliam.wordpress.com/2016/07/22/21-william-and-a-r-p/
I can't see a 'books & something' either, but you are getting responses from Arts and Literature so why bother?

I don't know the book or story you refer to, but you seem to have good recall of the exact wording. Have you tried entering the extensive quote into Google?
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Wonderful Calibax, absolutely spot on. How on earth did you do that? I've been asking this question for years to people without success, thank you very much.
And Danny, thank you for the tip, I've got it now. My thanks to JF, the category was "Books and Authors".
Much information gleaned here, thanks Vimto.
Happy to help Vimto. I loved these books as a child and it sounded vaguely familiar bur I just Googled "hubert lane" "hen coop" and there it was!

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