My Lady Caprice

My Lady Caprice
(Chronicles of the Imp)

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My Lady Caprice by Jeffery Farnol

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My Lady Caprice
(Chronicles of the Imp)

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But it is through an "Imp" of a boy that Mr. Farnol fascinates his reader with memories of Robin Hood & other knights of old, bringing his story in a quaint manner to a most happy ending.

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a hole in its stomach--they're in there."

"Reginald!" called Lisbeth.

"Up stream or down?"

"That way," he answered, pointing vaguely down stream; and with a nod that brought the yellow curls over his eyes he scampered off.

"Along the river," I repeated, "in a big, fat tree with a lot of stickie-out branches!" It sounded a trifle indefinite, I thought--still I could but try. So having packed up my rod I set out upon the search.

It was strange, perhaps, but nearly every tree I saw seemed to be either "big" or "fat"--and all of them had "stickie-out" branches.

Thus the sun was already low in the west, and I was lighting my fifth pipe when I at length observed the tree in question.

A great pollard oak it was, standing upon the very edge of the stream, easily distinguishable by its unusual size and the fact that at some time or another it had been riven by lightning. After all, the Imp's description had been in the main correct; it was "fat," immensely fat: and I hu

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A romantic comedy with colorful characters where true love outweighs riches and wins the girl in the end. A story that is sure to make you happy.
A delightfully written novel, charming all through! After he learns that her aunt wants her to marry a wealthy neighbor, Dick Brent goes chasing into the country after Lisbeth. There, he encounters Lisbeth's imaginative young nephew, the Imp, who turns out to be both a help and a hindrance to his courtship of the elusive lady.
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