6 edition of Memoirs of a street urchin found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Louie Stride ; edited by Graham Davis.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||44 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
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The Artful Dodger is like the Street Urchin, except that instead of being The Woobie that makes you want to take him up in your arms and care for him, he seems perfectly happy to take care of himself. Oh, he'd let you take him home, just don't expect him (or any of your valuable possessions) to be there next morning. In Real Life, a child who lives on the streets experiences horrors most of us. chapter i—the water question at montfermeil chapter ii—two complete portraits chapter iii—men must have wine, and horses must have water chapter iv—entrance on the scene of a doll chapter v—the little one all alone chapter vi—which possibly proves boulatruelle’s intelligence chapter vii—cosette side by side with the stranger in the dark chapter viii—the unpleasantness of.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stride, Louie, Memoirs of a street urchin. Bath: Bath University Press,  (OCoLC) Adventures of a mid-America street urchin - Kindle edition by Thompson, James Emory, Johnson, Eric, Thompson, Arthur, Hines, Ed, Kurt Glaubach, Allegheny College archives, Skillen Studio, archives, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania.
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He here reaches the age of 13, and his career as soda jerk, apprentice mobster, sex object, and street urchin, presaged in two previous books, is in full flower. Autobiography follows an apparently amazingly candid report of this remarkable man’s progression from a mischievous street urchin and literary prodigy, through his various love affairs, a decisive and traumatic Indian sojourn, and active, Memoirs of a street urchin book participation in pre-World War II Romanian cultural life."—Seymour Cain, Religious Studies Review.
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