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The long day; the story of a New York working girl, as told by herself.

Author: Dorothy Richardson
Publisher: New York, Century Co., 1905.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Richardson, Dorothy, 1882-
Long day.
New York, Century Co., 1905
(OCoLC)652421960
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Dorothy Richardson
OCLC Number: 331527
Description: viii, 303 pages frontispiece 20 cm
Contents: In which I arrive in New York --
In which I start out in quest of work --
I try "light" housekeeping in four-teenth-street lodging-house --
Wherein fate brings me good fortune in one hand and disaster in the other --
In which I am "learned" by Phoebe in the art of box-making --
In which Phoebe and Mrs. Smith hold forth upon music and literature --
In which I acquire a story-book name and make the acquaintance of Miss Henrietta Manners --
Wherein I walk through dark and devious ways with Henrietta Manners --
Introducing Henrietta Manners --
Introducing Henrietta's "special gentleman-friend" --
In which I find myself a homeless wanderer in the night --
I become and "inmate" of a home for working girls --
In which I spend a happy four weeks making artificial flowers --
Three "lady-friends," and the adventures that befall them --
In which a tragic fate overtakes my "lady-friends" --
I become a "shaker" in a steam-laundry --
In which it is proved to me that the darkest hour comes just before dawn --
Epilogue.

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