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A Chicago Princess by Robert Barr 1904 Wightman Illus

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Condition:

Used

Binding:

Hardcover

Printing Year:

1904

Category:

Literature

Publisher:

Grosset & Dunlap

Author:

Robert Barr

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Item number:

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A Chicago Princess by Robert Barr 1904 Wightman Illus A Chicago Princess Robert Barr New York: Grosset and Dunlap Copyright 1904 306 pages Black and white illustrations by Francis P. Wightman The binding is in acceptable condition. The pages are lightly tanned and have some brown age spots. There is a name stamped on the front paste down and the end papers are browning. The cover has some edge wear and stains. Good. Hardcover. Chapter 1: When I look back upon a certain hour of my life it fills me with wonder that I should have been so peacefully happy. Strange as it may seem, utter despair is not without its alloy of joy. The man who daintily picks his way along a muddy street is anxious lest he soil his polished boots, or turns up his coat collar to save himself from the shower that is beginning, eager then to find a shelter; but let him inadvertently step into a pool, plunging head over ears into foul water, and after that he has no more anxiety. Nothing that weather can inflict will add to his misery, and consequently a ray of happiness illumines his gloomy horizon. He has reached the limit; Fate can do no more; and there is a satisfaction in attaining the ultimate of things. So it was with me that beautiful day; I had attained my last phase. (#0000997)
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