Description - The Diving Bell; Or, Pearls to Be Sought for (Illustrated Edition) (Dodo Press) by Francis C Woodworth
Francis Channing Woodworth (1812-1859), who wrote under the pseudonyms Uncle Frank and Theodore Thinker, was the author of Stories About Animals (1850), Stories About Birds (1851), Woodworth's Cabinet of Curious Things (1852), The Holiday Book (1853), Balloon (1854), Young American's Life of Fremont (1856), Jack Mason, The Old Sailor, Uncle Reuben and his Budget of Stories, Wreaths of Friendship, The Diving Bell; or, Pearls to be Sought for, A Peep at our Neighbors and Willow Lane Stories. "The reader, perhaps, as he turns over the first pages of this volume, is puzzled, right at the outset, with the meaning of my title, The Diving Bell. It is plain enough to Uncle Frank, and possibly it is to you; but it may not be; so I will tell you what a diving bell is, and then, probably, you can guess the reason why I have given this name to the following pages. "
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