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In The Blue Pike

by Georg Ebers

The Blue Pike was the name of a German tavern at Miltenberg, and is the scene of the story; the characters are mostly vagrants, the interest being centered in Kuni, who had once been a popular rope-dancer and a woman of light character. (Translated from the German by Mary T. Safford.)

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