Publisher Description

This son of Mischief, Art and Guile has stooped to many things but to conquer himself and be his own best friend; that is, according to the conception of the ordinary, respectable, get-on folk of the world. He has followed more or less the wild, shifting impulses of his nature—restless and reckless, if aimless and harmless; fickle and passionate, if rebelliously natural; exhausting his youth and manhood in fruitless action, and devoting the moments of reflection to the playful current of the muse’s fancy, forsooth, to the delectation of the more prosaic humanity in this his locality.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
1897
1 January
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
246
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SIZE
175.7
KB

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