Kent Knowles

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D. Appleton, 1914 - Single women - 450 pages
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Page 373 - I do not know what I should have done, if it had not been for Rachel. She used to sit, and sew, and plan, turn ideas and things inside out and upside down. I could do well enough after it was thought out.
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Page 230 - I wondered how long he had been there and what he had heard. He alighted from the car and shook hands with us. "Didn't see you, Knowles, at first,
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Page 340 - We ate our dinner, and a very good dinner it was, in the dining-car. Hephzy, having asked me to translate the heading "Compagnie Internationale des Wagon Lits" on the bill of fare, declared she couldn't see why a dining-car should be called a "wagon bed.

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