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The Foreigner by Ralph Connor A Tale of Saskatchewan

The Foreigner by Ralph Connor A Tale of Saskatchewan

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Binding: Hardcover
Hodder & Stoughton
Copyright 1909
Pages: 384
Ex Library

Item Condition: This book has some wear. The top of the spine is torn (1/2 inch down whole spine width across). There are some scuffs on the cover. There has been some glue repair. The binding is loosening. There is a name and date written inside front cover (December 1910). There are some dog-eared pages. Some of the pages have smudges. There is a 1/4 inch tear in page 63. This book was a library book and has the library stamp blacked out with marker and their are torn out areas in the page where the cardholder was torn out inside the front cover.

"Not far from the centre of the American Continent, midway between the oceans east and west, midway between the Gulf and the Artic Sea, on the rim of a plain, snow swept in winter, flower decked in summer, but, whether in winter or in summer, beautiful inits sunlit glory, stands Winnipeg, the cosmopolitan capital of the last Anglo-Saxon Empires, -- Winnipeg, City of the Plain, which from the eyes of the world cannot be hid. Mies away, secure in her sea-girt isle, is old London, port of all seas; miles away, breasting the beat of the Atlantic, sits New york capital of the New World, and mart of the world, Old and New; far away to the west lie the mighty cities of the Orient, Peking and Hong Kong, Tokio and Yokohama; and fair across the highway of the world's commerce sits Winnipeg, Empress of the Prairies. her Transcontental railways thrust themselves in every direction, -- south into the American Republic, east to the ports of the Atlantic, west to the Pacific, and north to the Great Inland Sea."
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