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The Penny Piper of Saranac An Episode in Stevensons Life

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You eat on the check system. You hang your hat on the check system. Why, an American can't speak of dying without saying that he " hands in his checks " !
The Penny Piper Trudeau (twenty years later] : He had me that time.
After such animated discussion one may picture Dr. Trudeau as he tramps down the road to his own house, a muffled figure in coonskin cap and coat, his thick moccasins crunching on the frozen snow under the clear, snapping stars of the Adirondack midwinter, and vowing never to
... darken the Penny Piper's door again !
But next day Trudeau would remember that Stevenson was a sick man, that he was his physician, and that it was his duty to go and see his patient even if he could C 18 ] of Saranac never meet him again as a friend. If he did n't go, no doubt the Penny Piper would be sitting in that eight- by- ten room with the piano and the old desk and the penny whistle, and with all the air excluded through the keyhole by cigarette smoke and sideward dis- placement.
Probably about the same time Stevenson would be blowing from his whistle that mournful Jacobite air to which he fitted "Sing me a song of a lad that is gone, " and wondering whether he ought not to put on his buffalo coat and Indian moccasins and carry C 19 3 The Penny Piper the hatchet to the Doctor for burial.


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