Books: Fiction: Oct. 18, 1926

Pride's Bed

The Story.* Sometimes, in a small U. S. town, even in no town at all, you come upon a great house alone in its grandeur. It will have been built by some man whose intensity raised him above his fellows to the position and estate demanded by an acquisitive nature. If the house is still owned by relations of the builder, you may not see in them many traces of the old blood. But should you find the builder's kin elsewhere, and fallen on hard days, mark how often some intensity of...

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