You can just as well get into the hundred million class as not, and I know it.
The carriages are of two sorts—the first class, and the char-à-banc.
Persons of every class are crowded together, here, in one dense mass.
Then followed some of the second class, Stevenson, Meredith, Hardy.
And to-day we have three novelists of the third class, good, capable craftsmen.