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Indiana State Library - Indianapolis ISLI 817 A228f 1901a (Text) 0000102810652 Bib Center book Available -
Indiana State Library - Indianapolis ISLI 817 A228f 1901a (Text) 00000106385461 Bib Center book Available -
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North Madison Co PL - Elwood PL IC FIC ADE (Text) 30419100819115 Indiana Collection Available -
Plainfield-Guilford Twp PL - Plainfield H 817 Ade (Text) 120891000434388 archive Reference -

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  • Physical Description: vii, 1 unnumbered page, 303 pages, 1 unnumbered page (last blank) ; 20 cm
  • Publisher: New York : R.H. Russell, 1901.

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General Note:
Verso of t.p.: D.B. Updike, The Merrymount Press, Boston.
Formatted Contents Note:
The fable of the undecided brunette and the two candidates -- The fable of the Boston biologist and the native with the blue hardware -- The fable of the knowing friend who tipped off her star recipe -- The fable of the people's choice who answered the call of duty and took seltzer -- The fable of the girl with a handicap who had to lock up her parents -- The fable of the good fellow who got the short end of it -- The fable of the husband who showed up and did the best he knew how -- The fable of the Bureau of Public Comfort and the man in charge -- The fable of Uncle Silas and the matrimonial game -- The fable of the old merchant, the sleuth, and the tapioca -- The fable of Springfield's fairest flower and lonesome Agnes who was crafty -- The fable of the wise piker who had the kind of talk that went -- The fable of the two wives who talked about their husbands -- The fable of the open champion, the veranda fixture and the once-a-weeker from town -- The fable of the cousin from Down East who had his pick of the village lilacs -- The fable of the horse maniac and what caused the filing of the suit -- The fable of the household comedian and the lady shopper's unexpected come back -- The fable of the hungry man from Bird Center and the Trans-Atlantic touch -- The fable of the brotherhood of states and the wife who was responsible for the Jubilee -- The fable of the good fairy of the Eighth Ward and the dollar excursion of the steam-fitters -- The fable of the all-night seance and the limit that ceased to be -- The fable of the good people who rallied to the support of the church -- The fable of how Grandma shattered an idol and made it easy for the children -- The fable of the last day at school and the tough trustee's farewell to the young voyagers -- The fable of woman's true friend and the hopeful antique -- The fable of this year's St. George and the 800 microscopic dragons -- The fable of Alexander from up the road whose wife took him over the jumps -- The fable of the general manager of the love affair who demanded a furlough -- The fable of the day's work and the morning after -- The fable of the sure-thing crook and the Town of Nubbinville -- The fable of the foozle and the successful approach -- The fable of the old-time pedagogue who came down from the shelf and was sufficiently bumped -- The fable of the man who was going to retire -- The fable of the bookworm and the butterfly who went into law -- The fable of the third and last call -- The fable of the crustacean who tried to find out by reading a book -- The fable of the low-down expert on the subject of babies -- The fable of the girl who could compromise in a pinch -- The fable of the satiated globe-trotter who found a new kind of nerve twister waiting for him at home -- The fable of the skittish widower who tried to set himself back some thirty years.
Citation/References Note:
Russo, D.R. Ade, p. 38-42
Subject: Fables, American.

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