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A Tame Surrender A Story Of The Chicago Strike

Auhtor: Charles King

Language: english

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Review by Daniel G. Lebryk, October 2008


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Tame Surrender A Story Of The Chicago Strike':

... perhaps, which to a humble civilian like himself might call for explanation. He was merely stating a fact, one which he regretted, of course, as he ...
... train in Southern Kansas. Allison invited them all into the private car and proposed making them his guests on the homeward run. The chief declined ...
... point of view, yet who, while paying her lover-like devotions, dared to slight her at times for a-creature with whom he was maintaining relations ...
... and slyly intimating that all the destruction thus far effected was at the hands of paid emissaries of the managers themselves, officials of a great ...
... indeed was there raging and gnashing of teeth. Men thus braved and thwarted turned to fiends. The sun was not an hour high when the emissaries of the ...
... It would take a long time to squeeze them back through the stairway, and meanwhile they could have lots of fun, and Elmendorf a chance for a speech, ...
... by the tidings that his mother was sick unto death. Jenny was there, calm, brave, silent, full of resource, but, oh, so pale and wan! She had ...
... Chicago, this is to inform you that unless Mr. Starkey is immediately reinstated I shall consider it my duty, as an accredited correspondent of numerous ...
... the situation: the judge-advocate had never had a professional treat to compare with it. Before committing ourselves to any promise, Mr. ...
... proud and powerful kindred in the East, of a mother and sister who held their heads far higher than ever could John Allison, who forty years before ...
... said she, after a while, and you've simply got to stay here. I'll leave directions that I'm out to everybody, and- Then did that designing matron ...
... at the latter, and Miss Allison presently went on to explain. Father joined us nearly a week ago. He couldn't come before. I wish I could have stayed ...
... young man often sat now and had long talks about the questions of the hour, welcomed shyly but unmistakably by Florence, adored by Cary, who took ...
... tendencies, that had been under the ban ever since the riots of '86, long articles began to appear over his initials, and both in his speeches ...
... looked at his housekeeper in surprise. The gentleman who came to look over my books?-Mr. Elmendorf? The same, sorr. He came three times ...
... you. Should Cary return before I do, kindly ask him not to go out again until I see him. Mrs. Lawrence suggested driving him to his destination, ...
... moment later a cab was at the door. She recoiled and said she could go in a car but the cars were two blocks away. Kindly permit me to see you safely ...
... what could she do? Forrest had said nothing about going further. Elmendorf had certainly been most flattering in his commendation. She had taken a ...
... afternoon or evening. But, while he no longer appeared on the stage or rostrum as one of the leading speakers of the evening, the eloquent gentleman ...
... facts, which he promised shortly to do. He felt somehow that if Allison ever consulted Forrest as to the propriety of further employing him, the days ...