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The Hilltop Boys

A Story of School Life

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Author: Cyril Burleigh
Published: 1917
Language: English
Wordcount: 40,943 / 118 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 78.8
LoC Category: PZ
Downloads: 518
Added to site: 2009.01.09 23081
Genre: Young Readers

Percival being one of these.

Jack was assigned to one of the large dormitories and found himself associated with Harry Dickson and a number of boys whom he had seen very little of when it came time to go to bed at ten o'clock that night.

His suitcase had been brought up and one of a number of lockers was assigned to him in which he could keep his clothes, there being a small portable iron washstand in front of it at the head of his bed which was about ten feet distant from the next on either side.

There was a row of beds running along two sides of the room with a space of ten feet between the rows, so that there was plenty of room for every one and yet the boys were near enough to converse with each other if they chose before the lights were put out, this being done outside by one of the professors.

Jack saw four or five boys gathered in a knot while he was undressing and caught a few words of their conversation which was carried on in low tones, paying no attention to it, however,



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