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|Indiana State Library - Indianapolis||[H] ISLM 813 H739W (Text)||0000102985686||Holliday Collection||Available||-|
- Physical Description: ix pages, l leaves, 13-309 pages ; 20 cm
- Publisher: New York : George H. Doran Company, [©1918]
Reprinted in part from various periodicals.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Prologue: On carrying a cane. -- The fish reporter. -- On going a journey. -- Going to art exhibitions. -- A roundabout paper. -- That reviewer "cuss." -- Literary levities in London. -- Henry James, himself. -- Memories of a manuscript. -- "You are an American." -- Why men can't read novels by women. -- The dessert of life. -- A clerk may look at a celebrity. -- Caun't speak the language. -- Hunting lodgings. -- My friend, the policeman. -- Help wanted -- male, female. -- Human municipal documents. -- As to people. -- Humours of the book shop. -- The deceased. -- A town constitutional. -- Reading after thirty. -- Epilogue: On wearing a hat.
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