Long, long ago.


New York, Viking Press, 1943.

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Description vii, 280 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date 1943.
Notes A selection of the author's stories, sketches and anecdotes.
Summary Selection of the author's stories, sketches and anecdotes.
Contents [1.] Friends and neighbors: "Get down, you fool!" -- Miss Kitty takes to the road -- Required reading for meatless days -- The story of a refugee -- The sage of Fountain Inn -- A soldier of the king -- The house that Jack built -- The old, the young, and the ageless -- A Green Mountain boy -- Annie Sullivan Macy -- Rose Field -- George the ingenuous -- The judge's last opinion -- [2.] Ways that are dark: Five classic crimes: The Hall-Mills Case ; The Hauptmann Case ; The Snyder-Gray Case ; The Elwell Case ; The case of the ragged stranger -- The Archer-Shee Case -- Quite immaterial -- That affair at Penge -- [3.] Shouts and murmurs: Miscellany: "Life was worth living" ; The face in the crowd ; Exeunt murderers, hastily -- The breaks -- Hoof-beats on a bridge -- The last thing Schubert wrote -- The Baker Street Irregulars -- I might just as well have played hooky -- Dear friends and gentle hearts -- [4.] On the air: Cocaud -- A Christmas story -- [5.] Book markers: Jane Austen -- Housman -- "Our greatest woman" or screen credit for Emily -- Barrie -- Gift suggestion -- Experiment in autobiography -- Not for just a day -- [6.] Program notes: What the doctor ordered -- Mr. Wilder urges us on -- Perfectly gone -- The luck of Johnny Mills -- Quite a proposition.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)291055
(OCoLC)ocm00291055
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WorldCat Identities Woollcott, Alexander, 1887-1943.
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