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C.H. Rolph


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S. Clarke Hook : [Jack, Sam and Pete stories]

'C.H. Rolph... picked up [a message that "well-trained impis could outwit upper-class English duffers"] from S. Clarke Hook's stories of Jack, Sam and Pete in the Boys' Friend Threepenny Library. Jack and Sam were white boys and their friend Pete was a black superhero, "who was not only stronger than Samson but richer than Croesus".'

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