THE SNOB

THE IGNOMINIOUS ENDING OF A WILD PARTY

IN THE MIDST OF JOY, THERE COMES SORROW.

HERRICK GIVES VENT TO HIS CONTEMPT FOR THE SNOB.

UNKNOWINGLY, NANCY ADMIRED THE WOMAN WHO WAS STEALING AWAY HER HUSBAND.

A CLANDESTINE ROMANCE IN THE PRIVACY OF A ROAD-HOUSE.

 [ALTERNATE CAPTION:  “You can wine me and dine me all night long, but if you’re not Jack Gilbert, you’re wasting your time.”]
THE SNOB is mentioned in Chapter 27 of  THE PRINCE IN THE TOWER,
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