Our Little Life: A Novel of Today (Classic Reprint)

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Excerpt from Our Little Life: A Novel of Today At the acute angle formed by O'Neil Street and Drayton Place there was, in the eighteen-sixties, a cluster of houses that were "good." The Agent, whenever he had occasion to advertise one of these houses in Regalia's Daily Planet was accustomed to say, "A Desirable Residence on O'Neil Street - or Drayton Place, whichever it might happen to be - to Rent"; and forthwith came a rush of desirable citizens, each eager to get ahead of the other and occupy the house. But the eighteen ...

Our Little Life: A Novel of Today (Classic Reprint) 2015, Forgotten Books

ISBN-13: 9781330626672

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