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" ... that you could leave unread without loss, never one that you would want to skip, thinking you could find higher enjoyment in some other thing. There never was so wonderful a book written by man, never one whose interest was so absorbing, so unflagging,... "
Literature and Insurgency: Ten Studies in Racial Evolution: Mark Twain ... - Page 31
de John Curtis Underwood - 1914 - 480 pages
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 35

1875 - 782 pages
...never one whose interest was so absorbing, so unflagging, so sparklingly renewed with every re-perusal. The passenger who could not read it was charmed with...passage; indeed, it was more than that, it was a legend of the largest capitals with a string of shouting exclamation points at the end of it; for it meant...
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The Outlook, Volume 87

1907 - 1014 pages
...never one whose interest was so absorbing, so unflagging, so sparklingly renewed with every reperusal. The passenger who could not read it was charmed with...peculiar sort of faint dimple on its surface (on the rare occasion when he did not overlook it altogether); but to the pilot that was an italicized passage ;...
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Library of the World's Best Literature: Ancient and Modern

Charles Dudley Warner - 1897 - 504 pages
...never one whose interest was so absorbing, so unflagging, so sparklingly renewed with every re-perusal. The passenger who could not read it was charmed with...indeed it was more than that, — it was a legend of the largest capitals, with a string of shouting exclamation-points at the end of it; for it meant...
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Library of the World's Best Literature: Ancient and Modern

Charles Dudley Warner - 1897 - 478 pages
...never one whose interest was so absorbing, so unflagging, so sparklingly renewed with every re-perusal. The passenger who could not read it was charmed with...overlook it altogether) ; but to the pilot that was an italicised passage ; indeed it was more than that, — it was a legend of the largest capitals, with...
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Library of the World's Best Literature: A-Z

Charles Dudley Warner, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, George H. Warner, Edward Cornelius Towne - 1897 - 652 pages
...never one whose interest was so absorbing, so unflagging, so sparklingly renewed with every re-perusal. The passenger who could not read it was charmed with...its surface (on the rare occasions when he did not over38oz look it altogether) ; but to the pilot that was an italicized passage ; indeed it was more...
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Life on the Mississippi

Mark Twain - 1899 - 496 pages
...one whose interest was so absorbing, so unflagging, so sparklingly renewed with every reperusal. " » The passenger who could not read it was charmed with...passage; indeed, it was more than that, it was a legend of the largest capitals, with a string of shouting exclamation points at the end of it, for it meant...
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The Writings of Mark Twain: see Old Catalog -. 23. The man that corrupted ...

Mark Twain - 1901 - 508 pages
...never one whose interest was so absorbing, so unflagging, so sparklingly renewed with every re-perusal. The passenger who could not read it was charmed with...passage; indeed, it was more than that, it was a legend of the largest capitals, with a string of shouting exclamation points at the end of it, for it meant...
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The Writings of Mark Twain [pseud.]: Life on the Mississippi

Mark Twain - 1908 - 504 pages
...never one whose interest was so absorbing, so unflagging, so sparklingly renewed with every re-perusal. The passenger who could not read it was charmed with...passage ; indeed, it was more than that, it was a legend of the largest capitals, with a string of shouting exclamation points at the end of it, for it meant...
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The Writings of Mark Twain: Life on the Mississippi

Mark Twain - 1903 - 504 pages
...one. whose interest was so absorbing, so unflagging, so sparklingly renewed with every re-perusal. The passenger who could not read it was charmed with...passage; indeed, it was more than that, it was a legend of the largest capitals, with a string of shouting exclamation points at the end of it, for it meant...
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Travels at Home

Mark Twain - 1910 - 188 pages
...never one whose interest was so absorbing, so unflagging, so sparklingly renewed with every reperusal. The passenger who could not read it was charmed with...passage; indeed, it was more than that, it was a legend of the largest capitals, with a string of shouting exclamation-points at the end of it, for it meant...
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