3 edition of Forty modern fables found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 69 p. :|
|Number of Pages||85|
nodata File Size: 6MB.
org Forty modern fables item fortymodernfable00adeguoft on August 1, 2007: visible notice of copyright; stated date is 1901. By the time that he lands into his Happy Clothes of an Evening he is fairly well Corned, and he sees the Dawn of Morning through a Purple Haze. lie begins to Push the Button and absorb the tall Pick-Me-Ups. Customer Reviews: Ade was a superstar in his day! His Associates are a fine Bunch of Rowdy-Dows, who lean over when they Walk, and wear Lilac Gloves in the Summer Time.
" asked the Old Gentleman. Forty Modern Fables: The Fable of The Old Merchant, the Sleuth and The Tapioca Forty Modern Fables, by George Ade, , at sacred-texts. If you want to laugh, learn new really old slang, this book is it. "He must be a Lah-Lah if he can hold to that Gait. Mary was as unmerry as any someone could be. vii-[viii], 303-; ornamented title-page printed within dec. His work constitutes a vast comedy of Midwestern manners and, indeed, a comedy of late 19th-century American manners.
They put on Gum Shoes and covered their Faces with black Muffs, such as are worn by the Train Robbers in a Davis and Keogh Melodrama.
Should you give him an Interest in your Business he would show up at his Desk about once a Month, and if you handed him an Assessment he would think it was a Dividend.
The Tale of Almost Alvin Alvin held high high expectations.