From the Bukowniaer. Von Wliolocki. There was once upon a time a poor boy who had neither father nor mother. In order to gain a living he looked after the sheep of a great Lord. Day and night he spent out in the open fields, and o... Read more of The Giants And The Herd-boy at Children Stories.caInformational Site Network Informational
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Two men were talking together in the Public Library. One of them said:

"The dime novel has gone. I wonder where it's gone to?"

The other, who knew something of literature in its various phases,
answered cynically:

"It's gone up to a dollar and ninety cents."





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