Publisher Description

It is already very well known the humor of Jerome K. Jerome, which eventually came to be a distinctive emblem of this writer. It was a noisy, crowded street in the daytime; but a silent, lonesome street at night, when the gas-lights, few and far between, partook of the character of lighthouses rather than of illuminants, and the tramp, tramp of the policeman on his long beat seemed to be ever drawing nearer, or fading away, except for brief moments when the footsteps ceased, as he paused to rattle a door or window, or to flash his lantern into some dark passage leading down towards the river.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
1927
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
291
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SIZE
173.4
KB

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