Felix O'Day

by F. Hopkinson Smith

Felix O'Day is a Quixotic Irishman who sacrifices his title and fortune to save his father from disgrace. Then he has to come to New York to find his foolish young wife who has run away and who makes trouble all along the line. The scene is laid in New York. While Felix commands the entire sympathy of the reader and the special characters are clearly drawn, the book lacks the charm of many former works.


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