Thorndike calls this comedy "perhaps the best representation of the collaboration" of these dramatists in that kind.
"I have been trying to get at you for an age," said Mrs. Thorndike Freeman, laughing.
The judge leaned over his desk and shook Mr. Thorndike by the hand.
To Mr. Thorndike it was evident that young Andrews had entirely forgotten him.
Seated on the rail, with their hands in their pockets and their backs turned to Mr. Thorndike, they laughed and talked together.
It was summer and Mr. Thorndike was sitting on the piazza smoking a cigar.
Mr. Thorndike half rose from his seat, and looked after him.
Are you not a little rash, Mr. Thorndike, to offer me a place when you know so little of me?
"Well, he picked the flowers, anyway," laughed Mr. Thorndike.
Mr. Thorndike repeated the statement he had already made to Carl.
Thorndike Thorn·dike (thôrn'dīk'), Edward Lee. 1874-1949.
American educational psychologist noted for his study of animal intelligence and for his methods of measuring intelligence.