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Tales of Trail and Town by Bret Harte
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Tales of Trail and Town

by Bret Harte

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i guess the five stars says at least two things about me, mainly, i was born some 150 years from my literary time, and i like natural writing, or, if you will, pointillistic word painting.and i love harte's sense of humour. like thisw: "they somehow apprehended they were being drawn into some form of misbehaviuor , so they looked at each other, and then with perfect freemasonry, stayed dumb." God, that had me rolling with laughter. lToo, love was more serious then. It was not counted on lightly. In fact, at the frontier, it was rarely counted on at all. ( )
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"A collection of western adventure stories, including 'Two Americans,' 'The Judgment of Bolinas Plain,' and 'A Night on the Divide'" --Provided by publisher.

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