Without a Home
1881. Roe writes in the preface that it will soon be discovered that the modern opium or morphia habit has a large place in this volume. The story begins: It was an attractive picture that Martin Jocelyn looked upon through the open doorway of his parlor. His lively daughter Belle had invited half a score of her schoolmates to spend the evening, and a few privileged brothers had been permitted to come also. The young people were naturally selecting those dances which had some of the characteristics of a romp, for they were at an age when motion means enjoyment. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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