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Thurston, Ernest Temple: Richard Furlong. v1. 13 May 2016

Ernest Temple Thurston (September 23, 1879 – March 19, 1933) was an Anglo-Irish poet, playwright and author.

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In an age when mechanical inventions shall have made one vast city of the country in which we live, when great schemes of transport have knit together in one hideous design the towns of England of which the vast Black Country is a pattern you may see today—this adventure of Dicky Furlong, starting out to meet the world in a train which toiled so slowly through the countryside, might well take upon itself all the golden light of Romance.
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