WE ALL by "Octave Thanet," aka, Alice French, is a pleasant story of a two week happening on an Arkansas plantation.
A Chicago boy, the spoiled child of a millionaire, is brought to visit his poor Southern cousins, and learns, while sharing their busy, unconventional life, that luxury is not the only good thing in the world.
Rheumatic old Aunt Valley, playing with the help of little Larry and the docile mules mounted with pillos, cuts a figure not soon to be forgotten.
Altogether, the book is brightly written and gives a vivid picture of lonesome plantation life.
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