1915. Stratton-Porter was an American feminist, environmentalist, photographer and one of Indiana's most famous female authors. Many of her writings were moralistic and romantic novels. Michael O'Halloran begins: Aw kid, come on! Be square! You look out what you say to me. But ain't you going to keep your word? Mickey, do you want your head busted? Naw! But I did your work so you could loaf; now I want the pay you promised me. Let's see you get it! Better take it from me, hadn't you? You're twice my size; you know I can't, Jimmy! See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.