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The Youth of James Whitcomb Riley Fortunes Way With the Poet From Infancy to M

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The Youth of James Whitcomb Riley Fortunes Way With the Poet From Infancy to M
Marcus Dickey
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The similarity in the illustrations of the golden text was growing monotonous. "Our blackboard, " wrote a friend, "does not possess the beauty it did when it re ceived the magic touch of your artistic fingers. " The children were sighing for the illustrated "Whisper Songs" and "Lessons for Little People. " In the spring WITH THE WIZARD OIL COMPANY 215 before leaving Greenfield, he had been a wizard at the blackboard. "What he did with a piece of yellow chalk and the unicorn, " said a Sunday-sch...ool goer, "was to say the least unorthodox. Such flying colors ! He made the blackboard look like a millinery establishment. To the children it was as good as a magic-lantern show. " An added reason for his leaving was that he had become too conspicuous in Lima for per sonal comfort. Of late the "Hoosier, " to use his own words, "had been scrutinized by strangers as critically as a splinter in the thumb of a near-sighted man. " At Lima Riley had his "seedy overcoat" improved by lining it with astrakhan.

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