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None of us Spiesmind it at all. Whenever I enter a hotel and register myself as a SpyI am quite accustomed to see a thrill of fear run round the clerks, orclerk, behind the desk.
None of us Spiesmind it at all. Us Spies or We Spies-for we call ourselves both-are thus a race apart. None know us. All fear us. Where do we live? Nowhere. Where are we?Everywhere.
Nothing happens in it and nobody is hurt. The only point of this narrative is its peculiar truth. It not only tells what happened to us-the five people concerned. READ BOOK: Frenzied Fiction by Stephen Leacock online free. You can read book Frenzied Fiction by Stephen Leacock in our library for absolutely free.
Frenzied Fiction book. Stephen Leacock's fictions aren't exactly frenzied, but they do in more than one place take a surprisingly modern tone.
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CONTENTS I. My Revelations as a Spy II. Father Knickerbocker: A Fantasy III.
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"For protection,""I answered. "Don't you know that all animals are protected by their peculiar markings that render them invisible? The caterpillar looks like the leaf it eats from; the scales of the fish counterfeit the glistening water of the brook; the bear and the'possum are coloured like the tree-trunks on which they climb. There!""I added, as I concluded my task.
Stephen P. H Butler Leacock, FRSC (30 December 1869 – 28 March 1944) was a Canadian teacher, political scientist, writer, and humourist. Between the years 1910 and 1925, he was the most widely read English-speaking author in the world. He is known for his light humour along with criticisms of people's follies. The Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal for Humour was named in his honour.
By: Stephen Leacock (1869-1944). Each chapter of this book is a standalone story and if you love a good laugh, these stories are for you. From the cave man to Santa Claus; spies, know-it-alls, and journalists: all are fair game for Leacock’s special brand of humor. He touches on the changes time has brought about in the city, education, and work habits. Among the other topics in this work are nature, fishing, gardening, success, and spirits–both of the departed and of the variety Prohibition prohibited
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