The Blind Bow-Boy*

A Plate of Literary Anti-pasto, Some Stale

The Story. Harold Prewett met his father for the first time at the age of 21. His mother had died in childbirth and that shock, and the disappointment occasioned by Harold's not being a girl, had so disappointed Papa that he turned over Harold to Aunt Sadi, who made rather a sissy of him as a boy. Conventional, ingenious, inexperienced, Harold was horrified to find that his father's plans for his future included neither a family reunion nor an entry into the...

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