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Peter A Novel by F. Hopkinson Smith 1914 Charles Scribner

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Condition:

Used

Binding:

Hardcover

Printing Year:

1914

Category:

Literature

Publisher:

Charles Scribner's Sons

Author:

F. Hopkinson Smith

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1970647

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Peter A Novel by F. Hopkinson Smith 1914 Charles Scribner Peter A Novel of Which He is Not the Hero F. Hopkinson Smith New York: Charles Scribner's Sons 1914 Copyright 1908 482 pages Illustrated by A. I. Keller The binding is in acceptable condition, a couple of pages at the rear are detached and the last few pages are water marked on the lower corner. The pages are lightly tanned and have some foxing. The cover is rubbed and has some dings and dents and the lower spine end is frayed. Good. Hardcover. Chapter 1: Peter was still poring over his ledger one dark afternoon in December, his bald head glistening like a hugh ostrich egg under the flare of the overhead gas jets, when Patrick, the night watchman, catching sight of my face peering through the outer grating, opened the door of the Bank. The sight so late in the day was an unusual one, for in all the years that I have called at the Bank--ten, now--no, eleven since we first knew each other--Peter had seldom failed to be ready for our walk uptown when the old moon-faced clock high up on the wall above the stove pointed at four.....(#0000847)
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