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The Ne"Er-Do-Well by Rex Ellingwood Beach

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Number of Pages368
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ISBN 101404383549
ISBN 109781404383548

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About the Author Rex Ellingwood Beach (September 1, - December 7, ) was an American novelist, playwright, and Olympic water polo Beach was born in Atwood, Michigan but moved to Tampa, Florida with his family where his father was growing fruit trees. Beach was educated at Author: Rex Beach. 'Ne'er do well' itself originated in Scotland and an early citation of it in print is found in the Scottish poet and playwright Allan Ramsay's A collection of Scots proverbs, Some ha'e a hantla fauts [have many faults], ye are only a ne'er-do-well. Find answers for the crossword clue: Ne'er-do-well. We have 16 answers for this clue. Condition: Near fine in a good dj (some foxing to edge of text block, and overall rubbing and wear to dj, but cover illustration - repeating that on the dj - is remarkably bright and attractive.).