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    Herbert Quick
John Herbert Quick (1861-1925) was an American author who was afflicted with polio as a small child. His works include Vandemark's Folly (1922), The Hawkeye (1923), The Invisible Woman (1924) and his autobiography One Man's Life (1925). "The special train, with its crowd of overstimulated enthusiasts, the throngs at the stations, the brass bands, bunting, and buncombe all jarred upon me. After a while my treason was betrayed to the boys by the fact that I was not hoarse. They punished me by making me sing as a solo the air of each stanza of "Marching Through Georgia, " "Tenting To-night on the Old Camp-ground, " and other patriotic songs, until my voice was assimilated to theirs. But my gorge rose at it all, and now, at five o'clock of the first day, I was seeking a place of retirement where I could be alone and think over the marvelous event which had suddenly raised me from yesterday's parity with the fellows on the train to my present state of exaltation. "  
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  • PDF | 488 pages
  • Herbert Quick
  • Tutis Digital Publishing Pvt. Ltd.
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