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The Beloved Vagabond by William John Locke

The Beloved Vagabond

by William John Locke

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    Betsy and the Great World by Maud Hart Lovelace (Bjace)
    Bjace: Betsy Ray had read The beloved vagabond and quoted it on her trip throughout Europe.

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This is a picaresque tale of one Paragot who adopts a London street urchin. They travel to Europe doing odd jobs and having small adventrues when they meet up with a country girl named Blanquette. She decides to travel with them and they make up a musical troupe. I'm not going to tell you the rest of the story. Read it yourself.
  TrysB | Jun 7, 2012 |
A poor boy is sold to a free spirit, who attempts to raise him as a bohemian artist. The pair, joined by a deserted girl, tramp Europe in search of adventure and experience. This was very popular at the turn of the century. It's a little too tame to be picaresque, but it works along those lines. ( )
1 vote Bjace | Nov 23, 2010 |
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