If the idea of free-flowing local wine and a spread of hearty, belly-filling morsels—pork roast, sauerkraut, stewed rabbit, homemade breads, local cheeses, and more—sounds like a good time, Lost Mount Penn is sure to please.
Lost Mount Penn resurrects more than ten lovely poems of the era, including 3 penned by Garrett Stevens, father of Pulitzer-winning poet Wallace, and several others in their original Pennsylvania German.
Ferroequinologists rejoice! A key part of the Lost Mount Penn story is the pleasure railroads of fin de siècle Reading, which attracted thousands each season. And both railways covered in the book were considered cutting-edge innovation at the time.
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