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Shandygaff

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Published: 1918
Language: English
Wordcount: 69,756 / 207 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 80.3
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 587
Added to site: 2004.11.16
mnybks.net#: 9358
Origin: gutenberg.org

A number of most agreeable Inquirendoes upon Life and Letters, interspersed with Short Stories and Skitts, the whole Most Diverting to the Reader. Accompanied also by some Notes for Teachers whereby the Booke may be made usefull in class-room or for private Improvement.

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The Song of Shandygaff
Titles and Dedications
A Question of Plumage
Don Marquis
The Art of Walking
Rupert Brooke
The Man
The Head of the Firm
17 Heriot Row
Frank Confessions of a Publisher's Reader
William McFee
Rhubarb
The Haunting Beauty of Strychnine
Ingo
Housebroken
The Hilarity of Hilaire
A Casual of the Sea
The Last Pipe
Time to Light the Furnace
My Friend
A Poet of Sad Vigils
Trivia
Prefaces
The Skipper
A Friend of FitzGerald
A Venture in Mysticism
An Oxford Landlady
"Peacock Pie"
The Literary Pawnshop
A Morning in Marathon
The American House of Lords
Cotswold Winds
Clouds
Unhealthy
Confessions of a Smoker
Hay Febrifuge
Appendix: Suggestions for Teachers.

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