Pollyooly

Pollyooly. A romance of long felt wants and the red haired girl who filled them  (1912) 
by Edgar Jepson
[Book 1 in the Pollyooly series. Illustrated by Hanson Booth]

"Yes; your red hair is against the best British traditions, but not against the Italian. I must assure you that in spite of your red hair you are, to the cultivated eye, the authentic angel child," said the Honorable John Ruffin firmly. "Surely your neighbors have pointed this out to you?"

For the first time the respectful seriousness of Pollyooly's face was broken by a frown; and her eyes flashed. "The big boys call me 'Ginger,' sir," she said.

"The big boy is an insensate creature," said the Honorable John Ruffin with the sententious assurance of an expert anthropologist. "And what do little boys call you?"

"They don't call me anything. I've taught them not to," said Pollyooly with a sudden, unangelic truculence.


POLLYOOLY

A ROMANCE OF LONG FELT WANTS AND THE
RED HAIRED GIRL WHO FILLED THEM

By
EDGAR JEPSON

WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY
HANSON BOOTH

INDIANAPOLIS
THE BOBBS-MERRILL COMPANY
PUBLISHERS

Frontispiece--Pollyooly.jpg

The Duke was staggered

Copyright 1912
The Bobbs-Merrill Company

CONTENTS


  1. CHAPTERPAGE
  2. I
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    1
  3. II
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    56
  4. III
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    100
  5. IV
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    125
  6. V
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    156
  7. VI
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    212
  8. VII
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    227
  9. VIII
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    260
  10. IX
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    310

POLLYOOLY

This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1926.


The author died in 1938, so this work is also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. This work may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.