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Peter Rugg the Missing Man

William Austin

Peter Rugg the Missing Man

by William Austin

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Published by Irvington Pub .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fantastic fiction,
  • Fantasy fiction

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8224707M
    ISBN 100839800711
    ISBN 109780839800712

      Peter Rugg: The Missing Man by William Austin. Hardcover (Library Binding - REPRINT) $ This is an EXACT reproduction of a book published before This IS NOT an OCR'd book with strange characters, introduced typographical errors, and jumbled words. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages Author: William Austin.   An attitude of “we’re never going back” from the travelers alluded to in the quotation I included contrasts nicely with Rugg’s incredulousness about all of the changes. “Peter Rugg, the Missing Man” is included in my copy of The Oxford Book of American Short Stories edited by Joyce Carol Oates.

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Peter Rugg, The Missing Man. By Historical Digression. Peter and Jenny Rugg, from "A book of New England legends and folk lore in prose and poetry" by Samuel Adams Drake, Yesterday morning we had some odd weather. I heard it poured in Boston. Violent thunder and lightning in the early morning, which is a peculiar thing.

But Peter Rugg did not reach home that night, nor the next; nor, when he became a missing man, could he ever be traced beyond Mr. Cutter’s in Menotomy. For a long time after, on every dark and stormy night, the wife of Peter Rugg would fancy she heard the crack of a whip, and the fleet Peter Rugg the Missing Man book of a horse, and the rattling of a carriage, passing.

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Rugg died within a year, and Peter never reached home, but from all parts of New England came stories of a man and child driving rapidly along the highways, never stopping except to inquire the way to Boston.

Half of the time the man would be headed in a direction opposite to the one he seemed to. Peter Rugg, the Missing Man | This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Austin, William, Peter Rugg, the missing man. Boston, J.W. Luce & Co., (OCoLC)   Peter Rugg, The Missing Man The Folktale Project in “Parsifal,” has application in the legend of Peter Rugg. This strange man, who lived in. Peter Rugg, the missing man This book, "Peter Rugg the missing man," by William Austin, is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as Range: $ - $ Genre/Form: Fantasy fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Austin, William, Peter Rugg, the missing man.

Upper Saddle River, N.J., Literature. He died in Charlestown, Massachusetts, J THOMAS WENTWORTH HIGGINSON. PETER RUGG THE MISSING MAN PETER RUGG THE MISSING MAN From Jonathan Dunwell of New Tork, to Mr.

Herman Krauff. SIR, Agreeably to my promise, I now relate to you all the particulars of the lost man and child which I have been able to collect.

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Just at twilight last summer a person stopped at the door of the late Mrs. Rugg. Mrs. Croft on coming to the door perceived a stranger, with a child by his side, in an old weather-beaten carriage, with a black horse.

The stranger asked for Mrs. Rugg, and was informed that Mrs. Rugg had died at a good old age, more than twenty years before that time.4/5(1). PETER RUGG, THE MISSING MAN. in "Parsifal," has application in the legend of Peter Rugg. This strange man, who lived in Middle Street, Boston, with his wife and daughter, was esteemed, as a person of probity and good manners except in his swearing fits, for he was subject to outbursts of passion, when he would kick his way through doors.

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The many thousands of books in our collection have been. “Peter Rugg, the Missing Man” also inspired two women poets of New England: Louise Imogen Guiney, in a poem entitled “Peter Rugg, the Bostonian,” published in the Scribner’s Magazine (December ), and Amy Lowell, who published her ballad “Before the Storm: the Legend of Peter Rugg” in The North American Review (September ).

Then Rugg’s disappearance half a century before was cited by those who had long memories, and people began to look askant at Peter and gave him generous road room when they met him. The toll-taker on Charlestown bridge declared that he had been annoyed and alarmed by a prodigious tramping of hoofs and rattling of wheels that seemed to pass.Peter Rugg, it seemed, always asked the way to Boston.

And when told he was driving away from Boston, he would grow angry and press on. Only to wander further and further from his destination. Dunwell, now somewhat obsessed with the mystery, tracked down individuals who had either known or encountered Rugg. And he learned the Missing Man’s story.