L. Frank Baum Quote

"They're mostly foreigners, Mr. Merrick, who haven't yet fully mastered the English language. But," he added, thoughtfully, "a few among them might subscribe, if your country sheet contains any news of interest at all. This is rather a lonely place for my men and they get dissatisfied at times. All workmen seem chronically dissatisfied, and their women constantly urge them to rebellion. Already there are grumblings, and they claim they're buried alive in this forlorn forest. Don't appreciate the advantages of country life, you see, and I've an idea they'll begin to desert, pretty soon. Really, a live newspaper might do them good — especially if you print a little socialistic drivel now and then."


Aunt Jane's Nieces on Vacation (1912) - Novels published under the pseudonym Edith van Dyne

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They're mostly foreigners, Mr. Merrick, who haven't yet fully mastered the English language. But, he added, thoughtfully, a few among them might...

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They're mostly foreigners, Mr. Merrick, who haven't yet fully mastered the English language. But, he added, thoughtfully, a few among them might...

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They're mostly foreigners, Mr. Merrick, who haven't yet fully mastered the English language. But, he added, thoughtfully, a few among them might...

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They're mostly foreigners, Mr. Merrick, who haven't yet fully mastered the English language. But, he added, thoughtfully, a few among them might...