Told in the Hills

ebook A Novel

By Marah Ellis Ryan

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Told in the Hills by Marah Ellis Ryan is about the relationship between two brothers, an examination of the U.S. government, and a discourse about the Ktunaxa tribe in Montana. Excerpt: "The only one of the name who is not a gentleman"; those words were repeated over and over by a young fellow who walked, one autumn morning, under the shade of old trees and along a street of aristocratic houses in old New Orleans. He would have been handsome had it not been for the absolutely wicked expression on his face as he muttered to himself while he walked. He looked about twenty-five—dark and tall—so tall as to be a noticeable man among many men, and so well proportioned, and so confidently careless in movement as not to be ungainly—the confidence of strength."
Told in the Hills