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Droll Stories V3

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The Frenchman jumped off the horse, and entered the house with the Venetian cavalier, accepting his supper. They both seated themselves at the table. The Frenchman fought so well with his jaws, he twisted the morsels with so much agility, that he showed herself equally learned in suppers, and showed it again in dexterously draining the wine flasks without his eye becoming ...more
Hardcover, 128 pages
Published May 23rd 2010 by Kessinger Publishing (first published 1837)
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The Droll Tales are generally humorous. Many are risque. The final ten were completed and published in 1837.
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