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The Autobiography of A Supertramp

W H DAVIES

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The Autobiography of a Super-Tramp by William H. Davies

Chapter 1 - Childhood (Page Image Slideshow) Chapter 2 -Youth (Page Image Slideshow) Chapter 3 - Manhood (Page Image Slideshow)
Chapter 4 - Brum (OCR / text) Chapter 5 - A Tramp's Summer Vacation (OCR / text) Chapter 6 - A Night's Ride (OCR / text)
Chapter 7 - Law in America (OCR / text)

Chapter 8 - A Prisoner His Own Judge (OCR / text)
Chapter 9 - Berry Picking Chapter 10 - The Cattleman's Office
Chapter 11 - A Strange Cattleman Chapter 12 - Theives
Chapter 13 - The Canal Chapter 14 - The House Boat
Chapter 15 - A Lynching Chapter 16 - The Camp
Chapter 17 - Home Chapter 18 - Off Again
Chapter 19 - A Voice in the Dark Chapter 20 - Hospitality
Chapter 21 - London Chapter 22 - The Ark
Chapter 23 - Gridling Chapter 24 - On the Downright Chapter 25 - The Farmhouse
Chapter 26 - Rain & Poverty Chapter 27 - False Hopes Chapter 28 - On Tramp Again
Chapter 29 - A Day's Companion Chapter 30 - The Fortune Chapter 31 - Some Ways of Making a Living
Chapter 32 - At Last Chapter 33 - Success Chapter 34 - A House To Let

Poems by William H. Davies

The Villain Hawk Leisure Truly Great
A Greeting Days Too Short Christmas Autumn
Money All in June The Kingfisher Thunderstorms
A Drinking Song Sleep Love's Coming The Lodging-House Fire
The Heap of Rags Sadness and Joy  The Dark Hour Nell Barnes
The Boy