Domestic Manners Of The Americans

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We were by no means the only sufferers by the accident; frogs, lizards, locusts, katiedids, beetles, and hornets, had the whole of their various tenements disturbed, and testified their displeasure very naturally by annoying us as much as possible in return; we were bit, we were stung, we were scratched; and when, at last, we succeeded in raising ourselves from the venerable ruin, we presented as woeful a spectacle as can well be imagined. We shook our (not ambrosial) garments, and panting with heat, stings, and ...
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We were by no means the only sufferers by the accident; frogs, lizards, locusts, katiedids, beetles, and hornets, had the whole of their various tenements disturbed, and testified their displeasure very naturally by annoying us as much as possible in return; we were bit, we were stung, we were scratched; and when, at last, we succeeded in raising ourselves from the venerable ruin, we presented as woeful a spectacle as can well be imagined. We shook our (not ambrosial) garments, and panting with heat, stings, and vexation, moved a few paces from the scene of our misfortune, and again sat down; but this time it was upon the solid earth.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781153602303
  • Publisher: General Books LLC
  • Publication date: 3/7/2010
  • Pages: 108
  • Product dimensions: 7.44 (w) x 9.69 (h) x 0.22 (d)

Meet the Author

Mrs Fanny Trollope is the nom-de-plume of Frances Trollope, English novelist, born near Bristol, in 1780. She first came to public notice with the publication of Domestic Manners of the Americans, and went on to publish over 100 volumes, including Jessie Phillips, and Michael Armstrong, Britain’s first “workhouse” novel She died in Florence in 1863. Anthony Trollope, well known author of the Barchester Chronicles, was her third son.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 1, 2004

    Pale Ink

    The publisher, Dover, decided to publish this wonderful book in palest grey print. This is very elegant, I suppose, but it is also a recipe for eyestrain. I gave up on page 2 and am looking for a good, bold-printed edition.

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