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Cluster index: Henry Haxton

Summer Serial 2011: ‘Golden-beak’.

The New York Times: ‘Golden-beak’ tells of a feather-headed American woman, Mrs. Yosinde [sic] Potwin, who has a Japanese boy as man-of-all-work. Temechici [sic] falls in love with this mistress. He is the last of the Shoguns, a Prince in disguise. Temechici has, with other heroic traits, a talent for the improvising of sandwiches. But he is of a jealous disposition. One night he enters Mrs. Potwin’s room…
– The New York Times.

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