1922. Seven chapters in the life of another fool sentimentalist, a story, magically told, touching all the chords of life. Donn Byrne tells a story of things as they were almost within the memory of living men, of some things that will be the same in the longest memory of men now living-of the days of the last of the clipper ships, and of a lad that sailed one, and the strange thing that was his life, and of the women who made the epochs in it. Contents: Dancing Town; The Wake at Ardee; The Mouth of Honey; The Wrestler from Aleppo; The Valley of the Black Pig; The Bold Fenian Men; and The Kingdom and the Power and the Glory. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.