Full Text Archive logoFull Text Archive — Free Classic E-books

Captain Brassbound's Conversion by George Bernard Shaw

Part 3 out of 3

Adobe PDF icon
Download this document as a .pdf
File size: 0.2 MB
What's this? light bulb idea Many people prefer to read off-line or to print out text and read from the real printed page. Others want to carry documents around with them on their mobile phones and read while they are on the move. We have created .pdf files of all out documents to accommodate all these groups of people. We recommend that you download .pdfs onto your mobile phone when it is connected to a WiFi connection for reading off-line.

As to the interpolated h, my experience as a London vestryman has
convinced me that it is often effective as a means of emphasis,
and that the London language would be poorer without it. The
objection to it is no more respectable than the objection of a
street boy to a black man or to a lady in knickerbockers.

I have made only the most perfunctory attempt to represent the
dialect of the missionary. There is no literary notation for the
grave music of good Scotch.

BLACKDOWN, August 1900

Book of the day:
Facebook Google Reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Pinterest