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As We Go

Charles Dudley Warner

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .ng, when the men were waiting their turns at the ablution bowls, a slip of a boy, perhaps aged seven, stood balancing himself on his little legs, clad in knicker-bockers, biding his time, with all the nonchalance of an old campaigner. "How did you sleep, cap?" asked a well-meaning elderly gentleman. "Well, thank you," was the dignified response; "as I always do on a sleeping-car." Always does? Great horrors! Hardly out of his swaddling-clothes, and yet he always sleeps well in a sleeper! Was he born on the wheels? was he cradled in a Pullman? He has always been in motion, probably; he was started at thirty miles an hour, no doubt, this marvelous boy of our new era. He was not born in a house at rest, but the locomotive snatched him along with a shriek and a roar before his eyes were fairly open, and he was rocked in a "section," and his first sensation of life was that of moving rapidly over vast arid spaces, through cattle ranges and along canons. The effect of quick and easy locomoti. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Mark Twain's mate essays his opinions.

Needless to say Mr. Warner was no way near as funny and scabrous as Mr. Clemens. His collected musings upon such subjects as American men and women, wealth, idleness, the effects of climate on character, the beauty of old age etc. are all of the g...more