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" Short and stout, with a square face, sunburned into a preternatural redness, clad in a loose duck "jumper" and trousers streaked and splashed with red soil, his aspect under any circumstances would have been quaint, and was now even ridiculous. As he... "
The Luck of Roaring Camp: And Other Stories - الصفحة 132
بواسطة Bret Harte - 1903 - عدد الصفحات: 279
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The Luck of Roaring Camp, and Other Sketches

Bret Harte - 1871 - عدد الصفحات: 256
...circumstances would have been quaint, and was now even ridiculous. As he. stooped to deposit at his feet a heavy carpet-bag he was carrying, it became...covering. Yet he advanced with great gravity, and after having shaken the hand of each person in the room with labored cordiality, he wiped his serious, perplexed...

The Luck of Roaring Camp, and Other Sketches

Bret Harte - 1871 - عدد الصفحات: 256
...circumstances would have been quaint, and was now even ridiculous. As he stooped to deposit at his feet a heavy carpet-bag he was carrying, it became...had been patched had been originally intended for a les? ambitious covering. Yet he advanced with great gravity, and after having shaken the hand of each...

Prose and poetry [a reissue of] i. The luck of Roaring camp, and other ...

Francis Bret Harte - 1872 - عدد الصفحات: 144
...circumstances would have been quaint, and was now even ridiculous. As he stooped to deposit at his feet a heavy carpet-bag he was carrying, it became...covering. Yet he advanced with great gravity, and after having shaken the hand of each person in the room with labored cordiality, he wiped his serious, perplexed...

The Luck of Roaring Camp, and Other Stories: Including Earlier Papers ...

Bret Harte - 1882 - عدد الصفحات: 395
...caqxit-bag he was carrying, it became obvious, from liartially developed legends and inseriptions, that the material with which his trousers had been...after shaking the hand of each person in the room with laboured cordiality, he wiped his serious Iicrplexcd face on a red bandanna handkerchief, a shade lighter...

A Library of American Literature...

Stedman, Edmund C. and Hutchinson Ellen M. - 1889
...circumstances would have been quaint, and was now even ridiculous. As lie stooped to deposit at his feet a heavy carpet-bag he was carrying, it became...covering. Yet he advanced with great gravity, and after having shaken the hand of each person in the room with labored cordiality, he wiped his serious, perplexed...

The Luck of Roaring Camp: And Other Sketches

Bret Harte - 1892 - عدد الصفحات: 279
...circumstances would have been quaint, and was now even ridiculous. As he stooped to deposit at his feet a heavy carpet-bag he was carrying, it became...gravity, and after shaking the hand of each person iii the room with labored cordiality, he wiped his serious, perplexed face on a red bandanna handkerchief,...

Popular American readings in prose and verse, ed. by R. Ford

Robert Ford - 1893
...circum• stances would have been quaint, and was now even ridiculous. As he stooped to deposit at his feet a heavy carpet-bag he was carrying, it became...shaking • the hand of each person in the room with laboured cordiality, he wiped his serious perplexed face on a red bandanna handkerchief, a shade lighter...

The Luck of Roaring Camp. Susy, a Story of the Plains

Bret Harte - 1899 - عدد الصفحات: 264
...circumstances would have been quaint, and was now even ridiculous. As he stooped to deposit at his feet a heavy carpet-bag he was carrying, it became...covering. Yet he advanced with great gravity, and after having shaken the hand of each person in the room with labored cordiality, he wiped his serious, perplexed...

The Works, المجلد 7

Bret Harte - 1899
...circumstances would have been quaint, and was now even ridiculous. As he stooped to deposit at his feet a heavy carpet-bag he was carrying, it became...been patched had been originally intended for a less amMtious covering. Yet he advanced with great gravity, and after having shaken the hand of each person...

The Works of Bret Harte, المجلد 7

Bret Harte - 1899
...circumstances would have been quaint, and was now even ridiculous. As he stooped to deposit at his feet a heavy carpet-bag he was carrying, it became...inscriptions, that the material with which his trousers had ' patched had been originally intended for a less ambitious covering. Yet he advanced with great gravity,...




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