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A Brace Of Boys

Auhtor: Fitz Hugh Ludlow

Language: english
Published: 1867

Genres:

short story
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Review by A. Dent, January 2005


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Brace Of Boys':

A Brace Of Boys 1867 From Little Brother by Fitz Hugh Ludlow. A Brace Of Boys - 1867 From

Excerpts from the Book 'A Brace Of Boys':


... am an individual of the Caucasian division of the human race and if, through untoward circumstances-which Heaven forbid-I should lose my present position, ...
... Billy, I replied I forgot him but then, you know, Daniel is more of a student than a business man, and-. Oh, Uncle Teddy. you don't ...
... Then he dropped the pup, and as I stooped to pick it up he gave me one on the bugle.. Bugle. Oh. oh. oh.. The rest pitched in to help him but ...
... mountains without catching cold, or to India's coral strand without getting bilious, his parents would have carried out their pleasing dream of contributing ...
... compares his own boy-Hood with that of the present day. But a good deal of the transformation resulted from the means of gratifying elegant tastes, ...
... that they had crushed out the faculties which enable a man to mint the small change of everyday society in the exclusive cultivation of such as fit him ...
... that I was Mr. Barnum explaining his five hundred thousand curiosities. On the present occasion we found several visitors of the better class in ...
... had reached the stairs to that subterranean chamber in which the Behemoth of Holy Writ was wallowing about without a thought of the dignity which one ...
... Billy sidled along the edge of the tank for a moment, then faced about and said:. P'rhaps I will some day-where do you live.. I live on East ...
... you do. If she were a Greek or Latin woman I could talk Anacreon or Horace to her. If women only understood the philosophy of the flowers as well as ...
... got married-I read it in Abbott's history. But there's the clock striking nine. I must run or I shall get a tardy mark and perhaps she'll want to ...
... several old young men, of distinctly hopeless and unmarried aspect, who, having nothing in common with the other class, nor sufficient energy of character ...
... in company with other people's babies whom they didn't know, and celebrities whom they knew to death, until, one by one, they either stranded upon a ...
... he unlocked his door and let me enter by the normal mode. Why, Daniel Lovegrove, my nephew, what does this mean are you sick.. Uncle Edward, ...
... well acquainted with each other, at the solicitation of jolly little Mrs. Bloomingal, Sister Lu had consented to make a pleasant Christmas kind of time ...
... once and laughingly went out to her youthful admirer, who, as I afterward learned, embraced her ardently and told her he loved her better than any girl ...
... Billy had led Daniel into committing was not unlikely to be repeated on the offender's own account but so much as I could see showed me that the ice ...
... I will call her.. His step was always light. He passed noiselessly into the front parlor and sat down among the heavy brocatelle curtains which shadowed ...
... of the identity of her secret lover and the escape of his son from her pocket. It was too late. There he stood before her unmistakably proved, and herself ...
... parlor to take their several shares in a ceremony in which Miss Pilgrim was the central figure when it began, and Mrs. Daniel Lovegrove when it ...