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Arlo Bates, a poet, newspaperman, novelist and English professor was born on December 16, 1850 in East Machias, Maine. Bates graduated from Bowdoin College, receiving a Bachelor's degree in 1876, receiving his Master's in 1879. His work includes novels, poems and criticisms. The Pagans (1884), The Philistines (1888), The Puritans (1899), Prince Vance and The Intoxicated Ghost are some of his work.Synopsis:
A fine drizzling rain was striking against the windows of a cosy third floor sitting-room obscuring what in pleasant weather was a fine distant view of the Charles river. The apartment was evidently that of a woman as numerous details of arrangement and articles of feminine use suggested; and quite as evidently it was the home of a person of taste and refinement and of one too who had traveled.
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