Rwharper@acm.org The Two Vanrevels by Booth Tarkington Table of Contents A Cat Can Do More than Look at A King Surviving Evils of the Reign of Terror The Rogue’s Gallery of a Father Should be Exhibited to a Daughter with Particular Care “But Spare Your Country’s Flag” Nero not the Last Violinist of his Kind
The Turmoil. A novel by Booth Tarkington 1915. To Laurel. There is a midland city in the heart of fair, open country, a dirty and wonderful city nesting dingily in the fog of its own smoke. The stranger must feel the dirt before he feels the wonder, for the dirt will be upon him instantly.
THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS By Booth Tarkington Chapter I Major Amberson had “made a fortune” in 1873, when other people were losing fortunes, and the magnificence of the Ambersons began then. Magnificence, like the size of a fortune, is always comparative, as even Magnificent Lorenzo may now perceive, if he has happened to haunt New York
Produced by Suzanne Shell, Linda Cantoni, and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team. The Gibson Upright By BOOTH TARKINGTON and HARRY LEON WILSON 1919 THE STAGE PRODUCTION OF THIS PLAY IS BY STUART WALKER THE GIBSON UPRIGHT CAST OF CHARACTERS ANDREW GIBSON, a piano factory owner NORA GORODNA, a piano tester and socialist labor organizer MR.
This etext was prepared with the use of Calera WordScan Plus 2.0 THE FLIRT BY BOOTH TARKINGTON To SUSANAH THE FLIRT CHAPTER ONE Valentine Corliss walked up Corliss Street the hottest afternoon of that hot August, a year ago, wearing a suit of white serge which attracted a little attention from those observers who were
Scanned by Charles Keller with OmniPage Professional OCR software donated by Caere Corporation, 1-800-535-7226. Contact Mike Lough THE CONQUEST OF CANAAN BY BOOTH TARKINGTON To L.F.T. CONTENTS CHAPTER I. ENTER CHORUS II. A RESCUE III. OLD HOPES IV. THE DISASTER V. BEAVER BEACH VI. “YE’LL TAK’ THE HIGH ROAD AND I’LL TAK’ THE LOW ROAD”
The Beautiful Lady Booth Tarkington Chapter One Nothing could have been more painful to my sensitiveness than to occupy myself, confused with blushes, at the center of the whole world as a living advertisement of the least amusing ballet in Paris. To be the day’s sensation of the boulevards one must possess an eccentricity of
Scanned by Charles Keller with OmniPage Professional OCR software donated by Caere Corporation, 1-800-535-7226. Contact Mike Lough SEVENTEEN A TALE OF YOUTH AND SUMMER TIME AND THE BAXTER FAMILY ESPECIALLY WILLIAM by BOOTH TARKINGTON SEVENTEEN TO S.K.T. CONTENTS I. WILLIAM II. THE UNKNOWN III. THE PAINFUL AGE IV. GENESIS AND CLEMATIS V. SORROWS WITHIN A
Italicized text is enclosed by ‘~’s. Ramsey Milholland by Booth Tarkington To the Memory of Billy Miller (William Henry Harrison Miller II) 1908 – 1918 Little Patriot, Good Citizen Friend of Mankind Chapter I When Johnnie comes marching home again, Hurrah! Hurrah! We’ll give him a hearty welcome then, Hurrah! Hurrah! The men with the
BOOTH TARKINGTON Penrod TO JOHN, DONALD AND BOOTH JAMESON FROM A GRATEFUL UNCLE CONTENTS CHAPTER I. A Boy and His Dog II. Romance III. The Costume IV. Desperation V. The Pageant of the Table Round VI. Evening VII. Evils of Drink VIII. School IX. Soaring X. Uncle John XI. Fidelity of a Little Dog XII.
This etext was scanned by Ken Smidge of Mt. Clemens, MI. PENROD AND SAM Contents I. Penrod and Sam II. The Bonded Prisoner III. The Militarist IV. Bingism V. The In-Or-In VI. Georgie Becomes a Member VII. Whitey VIII. Salvage IX. Reward of Merit X. Conscience XI. The Tonic XII. Gipsy XIII. Concerning Trousers XIV.
Monsieur Beaucaire by Booth Tarkington Chapter One The young Frenchman did very well what he had planned to do. His guess that the Duke would cheat proved good. As the unshod half-dozen figures that had been standing noiselessly in the entryway stole softly into the shadows of the chamber, he leaned across the table and