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  • Along the way, a colourful cast of characters provide Taran with worldly wisdom and witty banter, while the "crunchings and munchings" of the adorable Gurgi will captivate everyone's hearts.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Wolfhound/humanoid thing Gurgi reminded me a lot of Gollum and I wouldn't describe him as adorable, but he eventually won me over.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • I now engage her in coversations about the series' characters: Taran Assistant Pig-Keeper, Princess Eilonwy, Gurgi, Kaw, and all the others.

    The Prydain Chronicles

  • He is still a little obsessed with being born of noble blood so that he will be worthy of Eilowny, but by now, the reader and Gurgi, at least, know that his nobility has nothing to do with his parents.

    Taran Wanderer

  • That, and Disney took certain liberties with some of the characters - it's hard for me to read about Gurgi without envisioning him as the cute little Disney creature from the film, even though that's NOT what he was in the books.

    When movies attack books

  • Deenarzade, hung round with gourds and swelling with hurt feelings: she was accompanied by Dahabo, sister of the valiant Beuh, who, having for ever parted from her graceless husband, the Gerad, was returning under our escort to the Gurgi of her family.

    First footsteps in East Africa

  • My hosts cleared a Gurgi for our reception, brought us milk, and extended their hospitality to the full limits of even savage complaisance.

    First footsteps in East Africa

  • Gurgi when invited, but refused to eat, saying, that they came for honor not for food.

    First footsteps in East Africa

  • Gurgi or wigwams — hemispheric huts like old bee-hives about five feet high by six in diameter: they are even smaller in the warm regions, but they increase in size as the elevation of the country renders climate less genial.

    First footsteps in East Africa

  • Clouds gathered black upon the hill tops, and a comfortless blast, threatening rain, warned us not to delay pitching the Gurgi.

    First footsteps in East Africa

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