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Twenty-two short stories of America,

Author: Edith Ronald Mirrielees
Publisher: Boston, New York D.C. Heath and Company [©1937]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Short stories
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edith Ronald Mirrielees
OCLC Number: 1741926
Notes: Illustrated lining-papers.
Description: xiv, 381 pages illustrations 21 cm
Contents: Foreword to teachers --
Growing up / Gouverneur Morris --
Night hunter / Alexander Key --
Silver snuffbox / Mary Wells --
For peace and concord / E.B. Knipe and A.A. Knipe --
Shanty boy / James Stevens --
How the cat came to have nine lives / John Casper Branner --
Tale of three truants / Bret Harte --
Guests in the smokehouse / Cornelia Meigs --
Quite so / Thomas Bailey Aldrich --
Rip Van Winkle man-o'-war / H. Irving Hancock --
That spot / Jack London --
'Coon and Dog Logan / John Schoolcraft --
Bingism / Booth Tarkington --
Snapshot of a dog / James Thurber --
Semaphore / Joseph Husband --
Ocean gold / John D. Morse --
White dogs of Arran / Cornelia Meigs --
Tamerlane / Bigelow Neal --
Mr. Brownlee's roses / Elsie Singmaster --
For what we have just received / Josephine Daskam Bacon --
After twenty years / O. Henry --
Miss Letitia's profession / Lupton A. Wilkinson.
Responsibility: selected and arranged by Edith Mirrielees ... illustrated by Lois Lenski.

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