The Lost Road (collection)

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THE LOST ROAD


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"It is an enchanted road," said the girl; "or maybe we are enchanted"



THE LOST ROAD

 

BY
RICHARD HARDING DAVIS

 

ILLUSTRATED BY
WALLACE MORGAN

 

CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS
NEW YORK ::::::::::::: 1913


 

TO
MY WIFE

 


CONTENTS

 

 

ILLUSTRATIONS

  1. "It is an enchanted road," said the girl; "or maybe we are enchanted" Frontispiece
  2. FACING PAGE
  3. Directly under his nose was a tarnished silver loving-cup 26
  4. He found it like being perpetually in a comic opera 106
  5. "I know only one thing—two things, that I love you and that, until you love me, I am going to make your life hell!" 126
  6. "You mustn't get her mixed up with anything I told you about her brother" 222
  7. "Some day I will tell you," said the young man 226

This work was published before January 1, 1925, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.