An Index to Poetry and Recitations

An Index to Poetry and Recitations

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1918 edition. Excerpt: ...had for some time entertained a strong conviction. See Out of the Hurly Burly (My First Political Speech).--(Mark. had found out a sweet green spot. See Lily of the Valley, The.--Percival. had found the secret of a garret room. See Aurora Leigh (Poets, The).--Browning. had gone on a visit to Holmesdsle a little town in the North of England. See Race for Life, A.--Anon had heard considerable about Mr. Stewart's big store in New York. See Taking an Klevator.--Anon, had heard it was considerable of a store. See My Opinions and Betsey Bohltct a (jomuii Allen's Wife at A. T. Stewart's Store).--Holley. had heard the muskets' rattle of the April running battle See Gr Holmes.' See Grandmother's Story of Bunker 3g D Hill Battle.See Visit to had lately the pleasure of making a visit. Thompkinsville Universityt A.--Anon, had left school and lived with my grandmother in a big, gloomy house, all alone. See I Love You.--Anon, had my birth where stars were born. See My Birth.--Savage. had never had chances of schools and learning, you see. See Robert.--Bishop, had never seen him before. See My First Interview with Artemus Ward.--Clemens, had no heart to write to thee in prose. See Laggard Song, The.--Ia Gatlienne. had no time to hate. See No Time to Hate.--Dickinson, had not known that I was dead. See On Easter Morn.--Thomas, had not seen my son's dear face. See San Lorenzo Gius tiniani's Mother.--Meynell. had over-prepared the event. See VWanelle: The Psychological Hour.--Pound, had passed him coming up the dingy corridor that led to Bob's Law Office. See One of Bob's Tramps.--Smith, had position high and holy. See Confession of a Drunk ard.--Anon. had rather as a forgiven child, with all the prospects of the future. See eame.--Brooks, had rather...show more

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  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 1030 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 51mm | 1,796g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236849116
  • 9781236849113