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Published by Dodd, Mead in New York .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsPR6037.E72 R3
The Physical Object
Pagination224 p.
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6200922M
LC Control Number56010185
OCLC/WorldCa1463803

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Klinck, Carl F. Robert Service. McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Service, Robert W Songs of a Sourdough. Toronto: William Briggs, Ballads of a Cheechako. “Rags! New rags for old! I take your tired rags! Rags!” “Now, this is a wonder,” I thought to myself, for the man stood six-feet-four, and his arms were like tree limbs, hard and muscular, and his eyes flashed intelligence. Could he find no better job than this, to be a ragman in the inner city? I followed him. My curiosity drove me.   Rhymes of a Roughneck – verse Lyrics of a Lowbrow – verse Rhymes for my Supper – verse Carols of an old codger – verse Rhymes for my rags – verse Cosmic carols – verse Collected Verse The Best of Robert Service (Hancock House) ABOUT SERVICE. Mallory, Enid.   My grandfather left me his copy when he died when I and my mother and I shared the poems in this book as I grew up. The book is a wonderful collection of poems that came of age in the 19th and early 20th century - the original collection was published in Reviews: