The Harbor, by Ernest Poole

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Grosset and Dunlap, 1915 - 387 pages
 

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Page 240 - Let's get out!" I caught a glimpse of his strained frowning face. Again it came over me in a flash, the years he had spent in holes like this, in this hideous rotten world of his, while I had lived joyously in mine. And as though he had read the thought in my disturbed and troubled eyes, "Let's go up where you belong,
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Page 44 - You were alive!" "Merci! Au revoir, monsieur!" What a desert of knowledge it was back there. Our placid tolerance of the profs included the books they gave us. The history prof gave us ten books of collateral reading. Each book, if we could pledge our honor as gentlemen that we had read it, counted us five in examination. On the night before the examination I happened to enter the room of one of our foptball giants, and found him surrounded by five freshmen, all of whom were reading aloud.
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