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Flappers and Philosophers: Library Edition
by F Scott Fitzgerald
Binding: Audio Cassette, Unabridged edition
Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks
Weight: 0.87 pound
Dimension: H: 0.75 x L: 9.73 x W: 0.54 inches
ISBN 10: 0786117893
ISBN 13: 9780786117895
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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: HEAD AND SHOULDERS In 1915 Horace Tarbox was thirteen years old. In that year he took the examinations for entrance to Princeton University and received the Grade A excellent in Caesar, Cicero, Vergil, Xenophon, Homer, Algebra, Plane Geometry, Solid Geometry, and Chemistry. Two years later, while George M. Cohan was composing 'Over There,' Horace was leading the sophomore class by several lengths and digging out theses on 'The Syllogism as an Obsolete Scholastic Form,' and during the battle of Chateau Thierry he was sitting at his desk deciding whether or not to wait until his seventeenth birthday before beginning his series of essays on 'The Pragmatic Bias of the New Realists.' After a while some newsboy told him that the war was over, and he was glad, because it meant that Peat Brothers, publishers, would get out their new edition of 'Spinoza's Improvement of the Understanding.' Wars were all very well in their way, made young men self reliant or something, but Horace felt that he could never forgive the President for allowing a brass band to play under his window on the night of the false armistice, causing him to leave three important sentences out of his thesis on 'German Idealism.' The next year he went up to Yale to take his degree as Master of Arts. He was seventeen then, tall and slender, with near sighted gray eyes and an air of keeping himself utterly detached from the mere words he let drop. 'I never feel as though I'm talking to him,' expostulated Professor Dillinger to a sympathetic colleague. 'He makes me feel as though I were talking to his representative. I always expect him to say: 'Well, I'll ask myself and find out.'' And then, just as nonchalantly as though Horace Tarbox had been Mr. Beef the butcher or Mr. Hat the haberdasher, life reach...

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