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Quin by Alice Hegan Rice 1921 The Century Company

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Condition:

Used

Binding:

Hardcover

Printing Year:

1921

Category:

Literature

Publisher:

The Century Co.

Author:

Alice Hegan Rice

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Quin by Alice Hegan Rice 1921 The Century Company Quin Alice Hegan Rice New York: The Century Company 1921 Copyright 1921 393 pages Black and white frontispiece The front hinge is weakening, the binding has a break in the middle but otherwise is in good condition. The pages are clean but lightly tanned and there is a name written on the front end paper. The cover shows a small amount of wear and the spine is lightly toned. Good. Hardcover. Chapter 1: If the dollar Quinby Graham tossed up on New Year's eve had not elected to slip through his fingers and roll down the sewer grating, there might have been no story to write. Quin had said, "Tails, yes"; and who knows but that down there under the pavement that coin of fate was registering "Heads, no"? It was useless to suggest trying it over, however, for neither of the young privates with town leave for twenty-four hours possessed another coin. The heavier of the two boys, Cass Martel,--the lame one, whose nose began quite seriously, as if it had every intention of being a nose, then changed abruptly into a button,--scraped the snow from the sewer grating with his cane, and swore savagely under his breath. But Quin shrugged his shoulders with a slow, easy-going laugh. (#0000863)
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