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A Guest At The Ludlow

Auhtor: Bill Nye

Language: english
Published: 1896

Genres:

short story collection,  humor
Downloads: 181
eBook size: 222Kb

Review by M. Erb, December 2010


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Guest At The Ludlow':

... are POOR. 115. Three or four times as much oxygen is consumed in activity as in repose, hence the hors' nests introduced by me last season 124. Playing ...
... for two minutes. She dressed simply, wearing the same clothes while tooling cross-country before breakfast that she wore at the scalp dance the evening ...
... He went along to explain things to me, and talk to me when I wanted to sleep or read the newspaper. He introduced me to large numbers of people whom ...
... read the directions in a paper. There are two methods of administering the low-price Turkish bath at home. One consists in placing the person to ...
... in a scrap-book at home. He also said that he wished I would come and lecture for his tribe. I afterward learned that he was an earnest and hopeful ...
... in which he had found man. He would then make an assignment. Pardon me for again referring to the matter, but I do so utterly without malice, and ...
... take great pleasure in booming, or otherwise whooping up, everything in the matrimonial line, if those who needed aid would send me twenty-five cents, ...
... Earnest Pendergast writes from Puyallup as follows:. Why do you not try to improve your appearance more. I think you could if you would, and we ...
... still draw its salary. The band was followed by men with torches, and speakers in carriages. A messenger was sent into the house to tell me that I was ...
... in a long linen duster, did some laundry work, and the next day, with her little shawl-strap, she lit out for the city, where she was engaged to ...
... it is for sisters to dwell together in unity and beloved by mankind. You must indeed have a good time standing in the window day after day, pulling ...
... three as good wives as I ever shook a stick at. I have got them all in one cool, roomy toom, with a verse on the door of same and their address, so ...
... was to drive me, as he changed his clothes in order to give me my money's worth in grandeur. One thing I liked about France was that the people were ...
... the partridge ushered in the wail of the turtle dove and the brief plunk of the muskrat in the gloaming. And yet no man had ever dast to come right ...
... all of the following night he was closeted with another inventor, a wicker-covered microscope, and a bologna sausage. The investigations were carried ...
... run down a big city like New York and nuther do I want to be run down myself. They tell me I can go up town on this side and take the boat so as to get ...
... a national air. It is more of a languid air, with dark circles around its eyes. At one place where I had an engagement to change cars, we had a wait ...
... and with an eye as black as the driven tomcat, reached through the crowded aisle with his umbrella and touched the girl. She looked around, and ...
... to how he shall use them. To return, however, to the subject of electricity. I have recently sought to fathom the style and motif of a new system ...
... With one exquisite dimple, swirled With swimming shine and shade, and whirled The daintiest vortex poets know- The sweetest whirlpool ever twirled ...