Dick Forrest

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At six o'clock, sharp, after gray light had begun to filter through the

wire netting, Dick Forrest, without raising his eyes from the proofsheets, reached out his right hand and pressed a button in the second row. Five minutes later a soft-slippered Chinese emerged on the sleeping-porch. In his hands he bore a small tray of burnished copper on which rested a cup and saucer, a tiny coffee pot of silver, and a correspondingly tiny silver cream pitcher.

"Good morning, Oh My," was Dick Forrest's greeting, and his eyes smiled

and his lips smiled as he uttered it.[1]


  1. Џек, Лондон (1957). "I". Мала Леди. I. Београд.