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Woollcott's second reader.

Author: Alexander Woollcott
Publisher: New York : The Viking Press, 1937.
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Woollcott, Alexander, 1887-1943.
Woollcott's second reader.
New York : The Viking Press, 1937
(OCoLC)614802868
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alexander Woollcott
OCLC Number: 806469
Description: x, 1056 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Foreword, by Alexander Woollcott --
Preface to "All men are brothers", by Shih Nai-an --
The lady's maid's bell, by Edith Wharton --
Joe, by Gustav Eckstein --
A Christmas garland, by Max Beerbohm --
The portrait of M.M., by D.H. Lawrence --
Two friends, by Willa Cather --
Cakes and ale, or, The skeleton in the cupboard, by W.S. Maugham --
Boswell and the girl from Botany bay, by F.A. Pottle --
The golden age, by Kenneth Grahame --
Peter Rugg, the missing man, by William Austin --
My Aunt Daisy, by Albert Halper --
Three stories by Dorothy Parker: The little hours. Arrangement in black and white. The waltz --
Big two-hearted river, by Ernest Hemingway --
The self-help of G.J. Smith, by William Bolitho --
All kneeling, by Anne Parrish --
Whilomville stories, by Stephen Crane --
To the Reverend Dr. Hyde, by R.L. Stevenson --
Rab and his friends, by Dr. John Brown --
God and my father, by Clarence Day --
Thanksgiving proclamation, by Governor W.L. Cross.

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