Anything Can Happen

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Harper & Brothers, 1945 - Condensed books - 202 pages
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A Russian immigrant relates the story of his experiences while trying to adjust to American ways during the 1920's.

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George Papashvily is not Russian American hi is Georgian american big difference

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A delightful book, humorous and touching. I read it often forty years ago, and am pleased to find myself as charmed now as I was then. So often books you read as a child just aren't the same when you read them as an adult, but fortunately I've not outgrown this one. I highly recommend it. Read full review

Contents

THE FIRST DAY
1
YES YOUR HONESTY
12
HI THE MAN WITHOUT MANNERS
23
Copyright

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