Stratton-Porter, Gene (1916) Freckles




Freckles, by Gene Stratton-Porter, for the young and not-so-young adult.

Freckles is a nameless waif when the tale opens, but the way in which he takes hold of life; the nature friendships he forms in the great Limberlost Swamp, where his patron, McLean, is lumbering; the manner in which everyone who meets him succumbs to the charm of his engaging personality; and his love-story with "The Angel" are full of real sentiment. It leaves "a pleasant taste in the mouth" and a warm feeling about the heart.

Publisher: New York, Grosset & Dunlap, 1916
Original Copyright: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1904, 1916
First Edition: no
: yes, also printed on reverse
Frontispiece: yes, color
Pages: 352 numbered text pages, total 399 g-book pages
Dimensions: 5" x 7-5/8"
Backmatter: yes, 14 pages
Print Pages: yes
Annotate Pages: yes
Search Text: no

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