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A People's Man by E. Phillips Oppenheim 1914 Little, Brown

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A People's Man by E. Phillips Oppenheim 1914 Little, Brown A People's Man E. Phillips Oppenheim Boston: Little Brown and Co. 1914 Copyright 1914 365 pages Illustrations by Edmund Frederick The binding is weakening but in acceptable condition. The pages are tanned and there is a name written on the front end paper. The cover is scuffed, has a small amount of edge wear and the lettering on the front is very rubbed. Acceptable. Hardcover. Chapter 1: "Maraton has come! Maraton! Maraton is here!" Across Soho, threading his way with devilish ingenuity through mazes of narrow streets, scattering with his hooter little groups of gibbering, swarthy foreigners, Aaron Thurnbrein, bent double over his ancient bicycle, sped on his way towards the commercial road and eastwards. With narrow cheeks smeared with dust, yellow teeth showing behind his parted lips, through which the muttered words came with uneven vehemence, ragged clothes, a ragged handkerchief around his neck, a greasy cap upon his head -- this messenger, charged with great tidings, proclaimed himself, by his visible existence, one of the submerged clinging to his last spar, fighting still with hands which beat the air, yet carrying the undaunted light of battle in his blazing eyes, deep-sunken, almost cavernous, the last refuge, perhaps, of that ebbing life......(#0000845)

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Hardcover

Printing Year:

1914

Category:

Literature

Topic:

Fiction

Author:

E. Phillips Oppenheim

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Litle, Brown

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