The Second Class Passenger Fifteen Stories e-book
by Perceval Gibbon
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The second class passenger. The party from the big German mail boat had nearly completed their inspection of Mozambique, they had walked up and down the main street, admired the palms, lunched at the costly table of Lazarus, and purchased "curios" Indian silks, Javanese; knives, Birmingham metal work, and what not as mementoes of their explorations. ePUB eBook, iBooks for iPhone and iPad, Nook, Sony Reader.
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Perceval Gibbon (4 November 1879 – 30 May 1926) was an author and journalist, serving for the Rand Daily Mail in South Africa, as well as for other publications. He is best remembered for his short stories, the best of which often contained an ironic twist at the end. He was born in Trelech, Carmarthenshire, Wales, and was educated in the Moravian School, in Koenigsfeld of Baden, Germany. Gibbon worked as a merchant mariner, travelling in Europe, Africa, and the Americas.
by Perceval Gibbon (Author). This set of stories embrace a range of characters dealing with emotional situations. They are well written and easy bedtime reads. I was not familiar with Percevel Gibbon,but found him very entertaining. I will look for additional works by him. His work is worth a look.
The second-class passenger.
London Chapman & Dodd, Ltd. 25 Denmark Street, . 2 First Published (Methuen & C. 6s. 1913 First Published in the Abbey Library 1922. The party from the big German mail-boat had nearly completed their inspection of Mozambique, they had walked up and down the main street, admired the palms, lunched at the costly table of Lazarus, and purchased "curios"-Indian silks, Javanese; knives, Birmingham metal-work, and what not-as mementoes of their explorations.
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