Vice Versa

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"[...]that, even for those who contrive this and make a long holiday of their lives, there comes a time when the days are grudgingly counted to a blacker Monday than ever made a school-boy's heart quake within him.
But then Dick would never have believed them, and the moralists would only have wasted much excellent common sense upon him.
Paul Bultitude's face cleared as he saw his son come in. "There you are, eh?" he said, with evident[...]". ...
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Vice Versa

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Overview

"[...]that, even for those who contrive this and make a long holiday of their lives, there comes a time when the days are grudgingly counted to a blacker Monday than ever made a school-boy's heart quake within him.
But then Dick would never have believed them, and the moralists would only have wasted much excellent common sense upon him.
Paul Bultitude's face cleared as he saw his son come in. "There you are, eh?" he said, with evident[...]".

A comic adventure in which a father and son switch bodies.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781505363845
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/21/2015
  • Pages: 214
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.45 (d)

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CHAPTER III. HI THE TOILS. " I beseech you let his lack of years be no impediment to let him lack a reverend estimation, for I never knew ao young a body with so old a head." Merchant of Venice, Act iv. When Mr. Bultitude recovered his senses, which was not for a considerable time, he found that he was being jolted along through a broad, well-lit thorougfare, in a musty four-wheeler. His head was by no means clear yet, and for some minutes he could hardly be said to think at all; he merely lay back dreamily listening to the hard, grinding jar of the cab windows vibrating in their grooves. His first distinct sensation was a vague wonder what Barbara might be intending to give him for dinner, for, oddly enough, he felt far from hungry, and was conscious that his palate would require the adroitest witching. With the thought of dinner his dining-room was almost inseparably associated, and then, with an instant rush of recollection, the whole scene there with the Garudl stone surged into his brain. He shuddered as he did so; it bad all been so real, so hideously vivid and coherent throughout. But all unpleasant impressions soon yielded to the delicious luxury of his present security. As his last conscious moment had been passed in his own dining-roojn, the fact that he opened his eyes in a cab, instead of confirming his worst fears, actually helped to restore the unfortunate old gentleman's serenity ; for he frequently drove home from the city in this manner, and believed himself now, instead of being, as was actually the case, in that marvellous region of cheap photography, rocking-horses, mild stone lions, and wheels and ladders the Euston Road to be bowling along Holborn. Now that hewas thoroughly awake, he found positive amusement in going over each success...
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