Full of a gentle philosophizing, very tolerant, quainly humorous; they testify to assimilated and mellowed observation, to a quick apprehension of the droll and the picturesque.aquot;O bed, O bed, delicious bed, that heaven on earth to the weary head, aquot; as sang poor Hood, you are a kind old nurse to us fretful boys and girls. ... If, by any extraordinary chance, there was no war going, then they got up a deadly family feud with the nextdoor neighbor, ... Questions of taste were soon decided in those days.
|Title||:||Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow|
|Author||:||Jerome K. Jerome|
|Publisher||:||Sheba Blake Publishing - 2015-05-18|