The Bishop and the Boogerman
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The Bishop and the Boogerman

By Joel Chandler Harris
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  • THE BISHOP AND THE BOOGERMAN
    • BEING THE STORY OF A LITTLE TRULY-GIRL, WHO GREW UP; HER MYSTERIOUS COMPANION; HER CRABBED OLD UNCLE; THE WHISH-WHISH WOODS; A VERY CIVIL ENGINEER, AND MR. BILLY SANDERS THE SAGE OF SHADY DALE
      • Drawings by Charlotte Harding
      • NEW YORK DOUBLEDAY, PAGE & COMPANY 1909
      • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED, INCLUDING THAT OF TRANSLATION INTO FOREIGN LANGUAGES, INCLUDING THE SCANDINAVIAN
      • COPYRIGHT, 1907, BY SUNNY SOUTH PUBLISHING CO.
      • COPYRIGHT, 1909, BY DOUBLEDAY, PAGE & COMPANY PUBLISHED, JANUARY, 1909
      • "They paused—then she pointed to the darkest corner"
    • Drawings by Charlotte Harding
    • NEW YORK DOUBLEDAY, PAGE & COMPANY 1909
    • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED, INCLUDING THAT OF TRANSLATION INTO FOREIGN LANGUAGES, INCLUDING THE SCANDINAVIAN
    • COPYRIGHT, 1907, BY SUNNY SOUTH PUBLISHING CO.
    • COPYRIGHT, 1909, BY DOUBLEDAY, PAGE & COMPANY PUBLISHED, JANUARY, 1909
    • "They paused—then she pointed to the darkest corner"
    • CONTENTS
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
    • THE BISHOP AND THE BOOGERMAN
    • PART I
      • "It seemed to Adelaide that it held a whole bushel of fried chicken and biscuits"
      • "The child stared at her uncle so seriously that he was actually embarrassed"
    • "It seemed to Adelaide that it held a whole bushel of fried chicken and biscuits"
    • "The child stared at her uncle so seriously that he was actually embarrassed"
    • PART II
      • "Old Jonas would listen by her bedside to convince himself that she was really breathing"
      • "They began to creep forward, making as little noise as possible"
    • "Old Jonas would listen by her bedside to convince himself that she was really breathing"
    • "They began to creep forward, making as little noise as possible"
    • PART III
      • "'You are pouting,' she said, 'or you'd never be sitting in this room where nobody ever comes'"
    • "'You are pouting,' she said, 'or you'd never be sitting in this room where nobody ever comes'"
    • PART IV
      • "'That's why you see these shoes lookin' like they're spang new'"
      • "Mr. Sanders went from the courthouse with a sweeping stride"
    • "'That's why you see these shoes lookin' like they're spang new'"
    • "Mr. Sanders went from the courthouse with a sweeping stride"
    • PART V
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