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Gabriel Tolliver

Joel Chandler Harris

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Grandfather Clopton and Mr. Tomlin. They have money, but I don't know where they get it. Nonny says that some folks have only to dream of money, and when they wake in the morning they find it under their pillows."

Dr. Dorrington came downstairs at this moment. "Your mother is very much better than she was awhile ago," he said to Margaret. "She never should have made so long a journey. She has wasted in that way strength enough to have kept her alive for six months."

"I begged and implored her not to undertake it," the daughter explained, "but nothing would move her. Even when she needed nourishing food, she refused to buy it; she was saving it to bring her home."

"Well, she is here, now, and we'll do the best we can. Gabriel, will you run over, and ask Fanny Tomlin to come? And if Neighbour Tomlin is there tell him I want to see him on some important business."

It was very clear to Gabriel from all this that there was small hope for th. . . Read More

Community Reviews

A charming, almost autobiographical book recountng the story of a young man coming of age during Reconstruction in Georgia, written in old age by a Georgia newspaper editor who had himself grown up in the period. Read it for what it is to understand one aspect of the time.

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