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Page 127 - The automobile traveler of to-day needs but to don the magic spectacles of imagination to transform the scudding car into a huge bird on whose wings he is borne into the romantic land of dreams and historic memories. Before him is Independence, no longer the attractive
Page 11 - Norah,' to be left behind in my ' Doll's House ' when there's a little hardship to be endured?
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Page 359 - And not the knowledge how to play, So goes the world untuned to him forever Who feels, but feeling, has no power to say.
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