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3 edition of The Wit and Humor of America, Volume IV found in the catalog.

The Wit and Humor of America, Volume IV

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Published by IndyPublish .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General & Literary Fiction,
  • Humorous,
  • Fiction / Humorous,
  • Fiction,
  • Fiction - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8538107M
    ISBN 101428032258
    ISBN 109781428032255

    Then The Wit and Humor of America bald-faced Goblin, gray and grim, Bowed his head, and I saw him slip His eyebrows off, as I looked at him, And paste them over his upper lip; And then he moaned in remorseful pain— "Would—Ah, would I'd me brows again! Perhaps it was for the same reason that she had refused several offers of marriage; although the only reason that she gave was that one was quite enough, and she didn't want any boots bringing in mud for her to wipe up. Cairnes meant she should have no more dislikes to express than need be. I can't stand this solitude. He is ours, he is one of us, we have a personal pride in him-dear "Mark Twain, " the beloved child of the American nation. Cairnes brought all her plants back into the parlor, pulled down the shades, drew the inside curtain, had [Pg ] the cat's cushion again in its familiar corner, and gave Allida warning, within half an hour.

    When it came out of the ground, it looked around to see what it should do. God never gave a man a greater gift than the power to make others laugh, unless it is the privilege of laughing himself. The characters—Carl, Lisa, Ann, Kevin and Joe—all honestly engage with Jesus about their successes and failures and wants and needs, effectively showing what conversation with God—or prayer—might look like. It takes all day and part of the night.

    That's why Coffee with Jesus is one of my guilty pleasures. It isn't Sophia at all! And then, when the minister came to see her, she never had the least good of the call, so much of it was absorbed by Mrs. Where was it all going to end? How long ago is it! Your car will break down and you'll learn you need a new one.


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How long ago is it! She found it a little difficult to please Sophia about the table. Cairnes, however, might have been lonelier if she had been very much at home; but she was President of the First Charitable, and Secretary of the Second, and belonged to a reading-club, and a sewing-circle, and a bible-class, and had every case of illness in town more or less to oversee, and the circulation of the news to attend to, and so she was away from home a good deal, and took many teas out.

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Once there had been such a family of brothers and sisters there! It seemed as though they would have to fight it out in the union. Well, Mrs. Well, it's half a century gone; but perhaps she'll remember it. But then if she hadn't been so happy with him, she wouldn't be so unhappy without him.

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