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Author: Frank Boreham
Publisher: New York : Abingdon Press, 1939.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frank Boreham
OCLC Number: 5669791
Description: 284 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: Part I --
1. Wet Paint --
2. Homemade Bread --
3. Hugh Ogilvie's Soliloquy --
4. The Taming of Caesar --
5. Letters from the Dead --
6. The Angels of Peckham Rye --
7. The Kaleidoscope --
8. My Stray Sheep --
9. The Long Arm of Coincidence --
Part II --
10. Pastel Shades --
11. Beginning to Sink --
12. Too Good to be True --
13. Too True to be Good --
14. Our Mutual Friends --
15. The Sow's Ear --
16. Tad --
17. An Epic of the West --
18. Glass Houses --
Part III --
19. The Majesty of God --
20. A Melodious Quaker --
21. The Conqueror of the World --
22. The Birth of a Nation --
23. Light in the Valley --
24. On Seeing Naples --
25. A Harvest Drama --
26. How to Keep Warm in Winter --
27. The Public House.
Responsibility: by F.W. Boreham.

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