Publisher Description

A book is of Fiction short story type. This Weary World was grim and it was rugged, but it was sincere and it was significant. Abner's intense earnestness had left but little room for the graces; while he was bent upon being recognised as a "writer", yet to be a mere writer and nothing more would not have satisfied him at all. Here was the world with its many wrongs, with its numberless crying needs; and the thing for the strong young man to do was to help set matters right. This was a simple enough task, were it but approached with courage, zeal, determination. A few brief years, if lived strenuously and intensely, would suffice. "Man individually is all right enough", said Abner; "it is only collectively that he is wrong". What was at fault was the social scheme, the general understanding, or lack of understanding. A short sharp hour's work before breakfast would count for a hundred times more than a feeble dawdling prolonged throughout the whole day. Abner rose betimes and did his hour's work; sweaty, panting, begrimed, hopeful, indignant, sincere, self confident, he set his product full in the world's eye.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
1901
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
296
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SIZE
250.2
KB

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