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Edward Everett Hale Stories: The Brick Moon and Other Stories
     

Edward Everett Hale Stories: The Brick Moon and Other Stories

by Edward Everett Hale
 
I regard a knowledge of every detail of the original Robinson Crusoe as well-nigh a necessity in education. Girls may occasionally be excused, but never boys. It ought to be unnecessary, therefore, to say that some of the narrative passages of Crusoe in New York are taken, word for word, from the text of Defoe. If I do state this for the benefit of a few unfortunate

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I regard a knowledge of every detail of the original Robinson Crusoe as well-nigh a necessity in education. Girls may occasionally be excused, but never boys. It ought to be unnecessary, therefore, to say that some of the narrative passages of Crusoe in New York are taken, word for word, from the text of Defoe. If I do state this for the benefit of a few unfortunate ladies who are not familiar with that text, it is because I think no one among many courteous critics has observed it.

"The Survivor's Story" is one of eight short stories which were published in the first Christmas number of "Old and New."

Of the other stories I think no explanation is needed.

EDWARD E. HALE.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781105752599
Publisher:
Lulu.com
Publication date:
05/12/2012
Sold by:
LULU PRESS
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
993,404
File size:
476 KB

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