The Spy

    • 3.8 • 70 Ratings

Publisher Description

On taking an eager and hasty survey of the valley from the windows of their room, nothing, however, but its usual serenity was to be seen. It was glittering with the opening brilliancy of one of those lovely, mild days, which occur about the time of the falling of the leaf; and which, by their frequency, class the American autumn with the most delightful seasons of other countries. We have no spring; vegetation seems to leap into existence, instead of creeping, as in the same latitudes of the Old World; but how gracefully it retires! September, October, even November and December, compose the season for enjoyment in the open air; they have their storms, but they are distinct, and not of long continuance, leaving a clear atmosphere and a cloudless sky.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
1851
September 14
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
603
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SELLER
Public Domain
SIZE
411.6
KB

Customer Reviews

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An great story about the founding of our country!

This book is a treasure. If it is the first American novel, it set a high standard for literature in America. I loved the book!

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