1901. A tale of daring deeds in the Second War with the British.
Being the Memoirs of Colonel Ramon Bell, U.S.A. The book begins: A
poet may be a good companion, but, so far as I know, he is ever the
worst of fathers. Even as grandfather he is too near, for one poet
can lay a streak of poverty over three generations. Doubt not I
know whereof I speak, dear reader, for my mother's father was a
poet-a French poet, too, whose lines had crossed the Atlantic long
before that summer of 1770 when he came to Montreal. He died there,
leaving only debts and those who had great need of a better
legacy-my mother and grandmother. See other titles by this author
available from Kessinger Publishing.
Kessinger Publishing Co
|Country of origin:
F. C. Yohn
||229 x 152 x 25mm (L x W x T)
||Hardcover - Sewn / Cloth over boards
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