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The Financier: A Novel

The Financier: A Novel

The Financier: A Novel The Philadelphia into which Frank Algernon Cowperwood was born was a city of...
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Author: Dreiser, Theodore,1871-1945
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Language: English
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The Financier: A Novel

The Financier: A Novel

$95.64 $4.65

The Financier: A Novel

$95.64 $4.65
Author: Dreiser, Theodore,1871-1945
Format: eBook
Language: English

The Financier: A Novel

The Philadelphia into which Frank Algernon Cowperwood was born was a city of two hundred and fifty thousand and more. It was set with handsome parks, notable buildings, and crowded with historic memories. Many of the things that we and he knew later were not then in existencethe telegraph, telephone, express company, ocean steamer, city delivery of mails. There were no postage-stamps or registered letters. The street car had not arrived. In its place were hosts of omnibuses, and for longer travel the slowly developing railroad system still largely connected by canals. Cowperwoods father was a bank clerk at the time of Franks birth, but ten years later, when the boy was already beginning to turn a very sensible, vigorous eye on the world, Mr. Henry Worthington Cowperwood, because of the death of the banks president and the consequent moving ahead of the other officers, fell heir to the place vacated by the promoted teller, at the, to him, munificent salary of thirty-five hundred dollars a year. At once he decided, as he told his wife joyously, to remove his family from 21 Buttonwood Street to 124 New Market Street, a much better neighborhood, where there was a nice brick house of three stories in height as opposed to their present two-storied domicile. There was the probability that some day they would come into something even better, but for the present this was sufficient. He was exceedingly grateful. ......Buy Now (To Read More)

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Ebook Number: 1840
Author: Dreiser, Theodore
Release Date: Feb 26, 2006
Format: eBook
Language: English

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