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A Comedy On The Gold Coast

Auhtor: Arnold Bennett

Language: english

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Review by C. F. Hill, March 2007


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Comedy On The Gold Coast':

Albert Arnold Bennett (April 6 1849 ? October 12 1909) was a Baptist missionary and hymn composer who founded the Baptist Theological Seminary of Yokohama which later became Kanto Gakuin University.

Excerpts from the Book 'A Comedy On The Gold Coast':


... which separates the entrance to the Kursaal from the promenade. Some yards away, against the balustrade of the terrace, in the natural, unconsidered ...
... of Cecil's father in former days those twain had victimised each other for colossal sums. Consequently Simeon had been glad to meet the son of ...
... Street we are never bored. Yes, Cecil admitted. I embarked on these - these enterprises mainly to escape boredom. ...
... money. It occurs to me to remark: 'Suppose Lord Lowry marries and develops into the father of a man-child, where do you come in, Mr. Vaux-Lowry?' 'Oho! ...
... an envelope sealed with the great seal. I open it and I read - this is what I read: 'To Mr. S. Rainshore, American draper. Sir - As a humorist you rank ...
... It's my honest, kindly face that gives me away, he responded lightly. But what am I to sympathise with you about? You know what, ...
... - contemplating any extreme step - Extreme step, Mr. Thorold? Anything rash. And suppose we are? ...
... seeking her mother, Geraldine passed straight through the concert-hall, where a thousand and one wondrously attired women were doing fancy needle-work ...
... Yes. And I'll arrange about the licence and things. Your cousin Mary is just as important as the licence, Harry, said Geraldine primly. ...
... He can't, said Harry. What a perfectly lovely country England is! Geraldine exclaimed. Fancy the poor old thing not ...
... Rainshore enterprises. Are you thinking of coming in? Simeon demanded at length, pricking up his ears. No, said Cecil, ...
... a further rise. Rainshore's face gleamed out momentarily in the darkness as he puffed at his cigar. If you must unload, ...
... taken the liberty of writing Mr. Rainshore's name on the lining. A kindly thought, said Cecil. You'll catch the special G.S.N. steamer ...
... balconied salle de danse, in the Kursaal behind the concert-hall. The slippery, glittering floor was crowded with dancers - the men in ordinary evening ...
... have liked it. Things happened, you know. Why, what? Do tell me. Well, you left your poor father alone, and he was ...
... My good Rebecca, I assure you that I am alive. This was Mr. Rainshore's attempt to calm the hysteric sobbing of his wife, who had recovered ...
... said Cecil. And I will. There was an imperative knock at the door. An official of police entered. Monsieur ...
... had no connection with his own, he exclaimed, with the utmost sincerity: The minx! The minx! What do you mean? inquired Harry Vaux-Lowry. ...
... proper light and bear me no ill-will. - Yours sincerely, C. THOROLD. The next day the engagement of Mr. Harry Nigel Selincourt Vaux-Lowry ...
... catalogue of more than 5,600 incunabula held in the Bodleian Library at the University of Oxford. Bod-inc. stands out among incunabula catalogues for ...