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At the Foot of the Rainbow (Library of Indiana Classics)by Gene Stratton-porter
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By the time Gene Stratton-Porter published this novel, she had already enjoyed some success with "The Song of the Cardinal and Freckles". Set in Rainbow Bottom along the Wabash River, "At the Foot of the Rainbow" tells of the lives of a dissipated Irishman, Jimmy Malone, his long-suffering wife Mary, and Jimmy's boyhood friend and lifelong companion, Dannie Macnoun. Through Jimmy's deceitfulness Mary is lost to Dannie for many unhappy years. When Dannie wins the fishing contest for the elusive Black Bass matters come to a head. He sets the Black Bass free and then love triumphs over lies and adversity as Dannie and Mary are finally brought together. Also includes a brief by the author of her early life and the beginning of her writing career.
Friends since childhood, Dannie Macnoun has always admired and gone out of his way to help Jimmy Malone and, despite the great harm he suffers at Jimmy's hands, remains blind to his friend's deceitful and spiteful character.
Another early 20th-century classic from the remarkable pen of Gene Stratton-Porter. Set in Rainbow Bottom along the Wabash River, At the Foot of the Rainbow tells of the lives of a dissipated Irishman, Jimmy Malone, his long-suffering wife Mary, and Jimmy's boyhood friend and lifelong companion, Dannie Macnoun.
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