"A good American sitting among his broken idols and ruefully rubbing the welts and bruises his patriotism receives from the bastinado which Mr. Ernest Crosby wields in "Captain Jinks, Hero," may, nevertheless, find balm in the thought that he wrote it in six weeks -- as his publisher announces."--The New York Times SATURDAY REVIEW OF BOOKS, August 30, 1902
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