Two nights in the bar-rooms, and what I saw.

The villainies of the liquor-shop handled without gloves.
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Ten Nights in a Bar-room was a financial success for Arthur and became the second most popular book of the Victorian Era, following Uncle Tom's Cabin. The novel was easily transferred to play format, so it was frequently used to promote prohibition to large by:   Ten Nights in a Bar-room and What I Saw There is an novel written by American author Timothy Shay novel is presented by an unnamed narrator who makes an annual visit to the fictional town of Cedarville.

On his first visit, he stops at the new tavern, the Sickle and Sheaf.5/5(1). Timothy Shay Arthur ( – ) was a popular 19th-century American author. He is most famous for his temperance novel Ten Nights in a Bar-Room and What I Saw There, which helped demonize alcohol in the eyes of the American public/5(6).

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It satisfied the appetite for the sensational and the lurid, yet at the same time was endorsed by all the clergy.4/5(2). The Belknap Press, This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers.

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Ten Nights in a Bar-Room, and What I Saw There (). Novel by Timothy Shay Arthur. Ten Nights in a Bar-Room, the most famous temperance novel ever written, is divided into ten sections, entitled "Night the First," "Night the Second," and so on. In each, the narrator describes changes in the Cedarville Sickle and Sheaf tavern, which has a.

Melodramatic story by T. Arthur, published in It became a favorite text for temperance lecturers, and was popular in the dramatic version by William W. Pratt (). A temperance song by Henry Clay Work, “Come Home, Father,” which begins:Father, dear father, come home with me now,The clock in the belfry strikes onewas introduced into the play about A traveler, who Two nights in the bar-rooms the.

Excerpt from Ten Nights in a Bar-Room: And What I Saw There Ten years ago, business required me to pass a day in Cedarville. It was late in the afternoon when the stage set me down at the "Sickle and Sheaf," a new tavern, just opened by a new landlord, in a new house, built with the special end of providing "accommodations for man and beast."3/5(22).

I saw but little of Slade or his son during the day. But both were in the bar-room at night, and both in a condition sorrowful to look upon.

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Their presence, together, in the bar-room, half intoxicated as they were, seemed to revive the unhappy temper of the previous evening, as freshly as if the sun had not risen and set upon their anger. The book is the first work to openly call for prohibition and was a popular temperance melodrama.

Ten Nights in a Bar-room was a financial success for Arthur and became the second most popular book of the Victorian Era, following Uncle Tom's novel was easily transferred to play format, so it was frequently used to promote prohibition.

New York: F. Lupton Publishing Company. pages. Beautifully bound in rust colored cloth with lavish silver gilt decorations and black shadingof scroll and silver daisies. The binding does have some wear at the spine's tail, light soiling and a.

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