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Sweethearts Unmet by Berta Ruck 1919 Dodd Mead Caswell Illus

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Condition:

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Binding:

Hardcover

Printing Year:

1919

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Literature

Publisher:

Dodd, Mead and Co.

Author:

Berta Ruck

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Sweethearts Unmet by Berta Ruck 1919 Dodd Mead Caswell Illus Sweethearts Unmet Berta Ruck New York: Dodd Mead and Co., 1919 Copyright 1919 339 pages Illustrated by Edward C. Caswell 4 black and white illustrations The binding has some breaks but is still in acceptable condition. The pages are clean but lightly tanned and there are some brown spots on the front endpapers. The cover shows a small amount of wear. Good. Hardcover. Chapter 1: "A Sweetheart's waiting somewhere for every soul alive!" they say. If only it were true! All I say is, "If there is the sweetheart, why can't I meet him?" For oh, I am so lonely, and the days do drag, and --would people think that I, Julia Parry, aged eighteen, was a horrid little thing to say all this? Isn't it natural to feel it? or am I a disgrace to my sex. Anyhow I only say it here. Never would I admit it anywhere else. At the office they think I'm a baby ignoramus just up from the country. At home--well, dear old Grannie never realizes I've altered from the little girl of eight that I was when I came to her. When I get back from work, she still smiles at me over her spectacles and asks "Have you had a happy day, Dear?"......(#0000304)
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