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Four Novels Which No Lover of
Book News Monthly calls it:
"An amazingly tender and beautiful story, in which smiles and tears get a good deal mixed."
says the Chicago News:
"has the rare faculty of making unusual events seem as plausible as ordinary ones, and of finding in ordinary people something absolutely new and interesting."
Frances Hodgson Burnett's
"A modern fairy story without fairies; a romance without
"Little Ann, Lady Joan, the Duke, and all the other characters stand out with intense personalities.
"The fascinated reader wishes it longer. No one stops to consider whether it is probable or not; no one cares." -Christian Endeavor World.
Delightful illustrations by Chapman. Price $1.40 net, postage 12 cents
His own story of his life. A presentation of the
Price $1.30 net, postage 12 cents
Maria Thompson Daviess'
In which the author of "The Melting of Molly" "treats
Pictures to match the story. Price $1.00 net, postage 7 cents
Eleanor Hallowell Abbott's
The White Linen Nurse
The kind of live little book which stirs its readers to hot discussion. As good as "Molly-Make-Believe"? Read it, and decide for yourself.
Pictures by Pfeifer. Price $1.00 net, postage 7 cents
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W. MORGAN SHUSTER says:
"I have read the entire story with keen interest.
FREDERIC TABER COOPER says:
"In its essence the book is romantic, in much
"I derived a keen delight from Mr. Merwin's
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The New Book by Samuel Merwin
The Works of Dr. S. Weir Mitchell
"He had the freshness of feeling which is the quality of a man of genius.”—The Outlook.
Dr. Mitchell's books are
Dr. Mitchell's last novel, and, in the estimate of many, his greatest.
"A work to be classed with the greatest fiction of the English language, a work that will last for all time as a brilliant picture of American life, manners, and sentiments, at a period of the Civil War that was one of the most important in the development of our country."-Bookseller, Newsdealer and Stationer.
Price $1.40 net, postage 12 cents
Hugh Wynne, Free Quaker
The great novel of the American Revolution, and
The Red City
A historical novel of the second administration of Wash-
John Sherwood, Ironmaster
The life story of a master of men, told with Dr. Mitchell's vivid reality and masterly skill.
Price $1.20 net, postage 12 cents
Earlier Books by Dr. Mitchell
Constance Trescot-A Diplomatic Adventure-The Guillotine Club-The Youth of Washington-Dr. North and His FriendsCharacteristics-Circumstance-When All the Woods are GreenFar in the Forest-The Adventures of François-The Autobiography of a Quack-Roland Blake-In War Time-A Comedy of Conscience-Little Stories-Hephzibah Guinness-A Madeira Party— Prince Little Boy-The Wager and Other Poems-The Comfort of the Hills-Collected Poems.
These books should be in every American library. Ask to see them at your bookseller's. Published by
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"One of the big, vital novels which only come at long
"A great many of us will read 'Home' with a deal of
New York Times
"Not for many years has there been in American litera-