An inspirational story about how individual traits and efforts help one to rise and progress. This is one of Alger's many books with the theme of overcoming adversity and reaching for one's dream.
An inspirational story about how individual traits and efforts help one to rise and progress. It is the story that eloquently compares and contrasts between two characters: their attitudes, efforts and consequently their success and failure. A must read for all. Young Adult.
I havenothing to fear. Still he prudently resolved, if compelled to be out late again, to leavehis money at home. He rose from table, followed by the stranger. Well," said the latter, "I must be going. How soon do you start?" "In a few minutes. He seems inclined to be social," thought Harry, "but I don't fancy himmuch. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35. Bound to Rise; Or, Up the Ladder by Jr.
Rufus and Rose; Or, The Fortunes of Rough and Ready. In A New World; or, Among The Gold Fields Of Australia.
Horatio Alger Jr. published about 100 poems and odes, most written by 1875. In 1853–54, he published short stories with Gleason's Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion and The Flag of Our Nation. Other Gleason publications printed about 100 stories before he began writing for Student and Schoolmate. Alger had many publishers over the decades. His first was A. K. Loring of Boston, and when Loring declared bankruptcy in 1881, Porter & Coates became his second and Henry T. Coates and Company his third.
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Mr. Alger's stories are as popular now as when first published, because they treat of real live boys who were always up and about-just like the boys found everywhere to-day
Mr. Alger's stories are as popular now as when first published, because they treat of real live boys who were always up and about-just like the boys found everywhere to-day. They are pure in tone and inspiring in influence, and many reforms in the juvenile life of New York may be traced to them. Among the best known are
al book series for juveniles including The Rover Boys (starting in 1899), The Bobbsey Twins (starting in 1904), Tom Swift (starting in 1910), The Hardy Boys (starting in 1927), and the Nancy Drew (starting in 1930) series, among others.
By. Jr. Alger Horatio. You can also read the full text online using our ereader. do to repair the loss. I wish there was anybody else to go to. Squire Green is a very mean man, and he will try to take advantage of any need.
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