6 edition of Western boy, or, The road to success found in the catalog.
Western boy, or, The road to success
Horatio Alger, Jr.
Having learned that he is heir to a sizeable fortune, fifteen-year-old Tom Grey leaves his shoe shining work in New York City and moves to Cincinnati, hoping to find the uncle who schemed to deprive him of his birthright.
First published in 1878 by G.W. Carleton & Co. & Street & Smith, New York.
|Other titles||Western boy, Road to success|
|Statement||Horatio Alger, Jr.|
|Series||Polyglot Press Alger series|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.A395 Wes 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005021436|
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However, the enterprising book publisher changed the title to "Tom the Bootblack" and the book is probably best remembered by that name. Subsequent editions adopted the new title, and as a token of recognition used a sub title, or "A Western Boy's The road to success book.
NEW YORK: G.W. Carleton/Street and Smith, FIRST EDITION. Hardcover. Issued in by Francis S. Street and Francis S. Smith, publishers of the New York Weekly The Leading Story and Sketch Paper of The Age, the decorated boards are of brown cloth with a picture of Tom The Bootblack the title of one of the reprint versions on the front.
Just before Jacob dies, he tells the boy that he is really Gilbert Grey, the son of a wealthy Cincinnati, OH, businessman named John Grey. However, Johns brother James conspired with Jacob Tom is a fifteen year old boy who lives in New York City with an old man named Jacob in Mrs.
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The boy goes unnamed throughout the novel. As the man and boy travel on the road, the boy is the only source of light in his father's life. Similarly, the man is all that the boy has, and the boy doesn't want to live unless his father remains with him.
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