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October 1, 2015 | History

John Marvel, Assistant 1 edition

John Marvel, Assistant
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About the Book

The common interests of three young men of a northern town—a lawyer from the South, a Christian preacher and a Jewish socialist—in a civic reform movement, and their love for the daughter of a magnate, give unity to a rambling but interesting story.
— Bacon, Corinne, compiler, Standard Catalog: Fiction Section (1923)

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John Marvel, Assistant

Published 1907 by Reprint Services Corp .

First Sentence

I shall feel at liberty to tell my story in my own way; rambling along at my own gait; now going from point to point; now tearing ahead; now stopping to rest or to ruminate, and even straying from the path whenever I think a digression will be for my own enjoyment.

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October 1, 2015 Edited by Ted Lienhart Edited without comment.
December 15, 2010 Edited by AMillarBot move imprint/edition/notes from title to notes
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