Ferber makes us root for Dirk, only to reveal at the end that Roelf is the son that Selina wishes she had.
"You've got a point there, Lola," he said, going on as though Ferber's interruption had not occurred.
Next, Ferber himself tried the tri-di; and finally, he came in person.
Ferber's a filthy beast, of course; but even he knows you're one of the cleanest men that ever lived.
Miss Ferber was born in Kalamazoo, but it hasn't made much difference to her.
Ferber became purple and pounded his desk in consuming anger.
Dr. Ferber came over and took the paper with the results from him.
There was the meeting at Boulogne late in September of 1909, of which the only noteworthy event was Ferber's death.
With this book Miss Ferber, at twenty-four, found herself the author of one of the successful novels of the year.
No surprise was occasioned by the entry of General Schiebell into the house of Ferber.