"A little Russian lad is thrown on his own resources in London at the time of the Queen's Jubilee. His experiences in restaurants and hotels, and his development and success are told with a style and humor that suggest De Morgan, and make a story above the average. It has not enough action, for an English story, to appeal to most novel-readers."
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