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We Can't Have Everything by Rupert Hughes 1917

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Antiquarian & Collectible

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Condition:

Used

Binding:

Hardcover

Printing Year:

1917

Category:

Literature

Author:

Rupert Hughes

Publisher:

A. L. Burt

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Item number:

2010019

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We Can't Have Everything by Rupert Hughes 1917 We Can't Have Everything Rupert Hughes New York: A.L. Burt Company 1917 Copyright 1917 637 pages Frontispiece by James Montgomery Flagg The front hinge is cracked and the binding is has breaks but is in acceptable condition. The pages are lightly tanned, two pages have a tear where stuck together. The frontispiece and title page are very foxed. The cover shows a small amount of wear and fading. Acceptable. Hardcover. Chapter 1: Kedzie Thropp had never seen Fifth Avenue or a yacht or a butler or a glass of champagne or an ocean or a person of social prominence. She wanted to see them. For each five minutes of the day and night, one girl comes to New York to make her life; or so the compilers of statistics claim. This was Kedzie Thropp's five minutes. She did not know it, and the two highly important, because extremely wealthy, beings in the same Pullman car never suspected her--never imagined that the tangle they were already in would be further knotted, then snipped, then snarled up again, by this little mediocrity. (#0000879)
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