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  • "One of Byrnes's men," he said, in explanation; "came over expressly to take this chap. He's a burglar; 'Arlie' Lane, alias

    Short Stories for English Courses

  • "One of Byrnes's men," he said, in explanation; "came over expressly to take this chap. He's a burglar; 'Arlie' Lane, _alias_ Carleton.

    Gallegher and Other Stories

  • "One of Byrnes's men," he said, in explanation; "came over expressly to take this chap. He's a burglar; 'Arlie' Lane, _alias_ Carleton.

    Gallegher and Other Stories

  • "One of Byrnes's men," he said, in explanation; "came over expressly to take this chap. He's a burglar; 'Arlie' Lane, _alias_ Carleton.

    Gallegher and Other Stories

  • Arlie Bock — a brusque, no-nonsense physician who grew up in Iowa and took over the health services at Harvard University in the 1930s — conceived the project with his patron, the department-store magnate W. T.

    What Makes Us Happy?

  • Here are some that occur in the first 20 pages: On the night her father dies and leaves her orphaned at the age of 17, Arlie decides that she will marry the first man who walks down her street.

    2009 June 30 « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • Can you imagine Arlie Bock — God bless his soul — trying to help me work out my problems?

    What Makes Us Happy?

  • Arlie and her children suffer continual disasters, including the arrival of a wicked stepmother, all described in prose that alternates between the overwrought language of melodrama and the banalities of pop psychology.

    2009 June 30 « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • Arlie Bock — a brusque, no-nonsense physician who grew up in Iowa and took over the health services at Harvard University in the 1930s — conceived the project with his patron, the department-store magnate W. T.

    What Makes Us Happy?

  • Arlie Bock had gone looking for binary conclusions-yeses and nos, dos and don'ts.

    “Glass Half Empty” Worldview Easier In The Short Term | Lifehacker Australia

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