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" Commands our very sincere respect . . there is no glaring improbability about his story . . . the highly dramatic crisis of the story. . . The tone and manner of the book are noble. . . A timely, manly, thoroughbred, and eminently suggestive book. "
Telepathy and the Subliminal Self: An Account of Recent Investigations ... - Page 350
by Rufus Osgood Mason - 1897 - 343 pages
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The Bookman, Volume 2

Popular culture - 1890
...political organization, all of which are literal transcripts of life and fact." The Review of Reviews : " His relations with women were of unconventional sincerity...have appeared in our fiction. ... A very charming love story." HENRY HOLT & CO., 29 West Twenty-thlrd St., New York. Please mention THE BOOKMAN in writing...
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Psychology

William James - Psychology - 1892 - 478 pages
...noble. . . . A timely, manly, thoroughbred, and eminently suggestive book." The Review of Reviews : "His relations with women were of unconventional sincerity...have appeared in our fiction. ... A very charming love story. To discern the soul of good in so evil a thing as municipal politics calls for sympathies...
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Literary News, Volumes 15-16

L. Pylodet, Augusta Harriet (Garrigue) Leypoldt - American literature - 1894
...'$1.50. "Strongly imagined and logically drawn. . . . Mr. .Ford is discreet and natural." — Nation. " One of the strongest and most vital characters that have appeared in our fiction."— T'Ai Dial. The Indiscretion of the Duchess. By ANTHONY HOPE. Fifth Edition. 75 cents. " It returns...
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The Dolly dialogues

Anthony Hope - 1894 - 195 pages
...STIRLING By PAUL LEICESTER FORD. '* Mr. Ford is discreet and natural ... a very good novel."—Nation. '* One of the strongest and most vital characters that have appeared in our fiction."—Dial. " Commands our very sincere respect . . . there is no glaring improbability about...
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Some Memories of Paris

F. Adolphus - Paris (France) - 1895 - 308 pages
...noble. . . A timely, manly, thoroughbred, and eminently suggestive book." The Review of Reviews : " His relations with women were of unconventional sincerity...have appeared in our fiction. . . A very charming love story. To discern the soul of good in so evil a thing as Municipal politics calls for sympathies...
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Lady Bonnie's Experiment

Tighe Hopkins - 1895 - 199 pages
...STIRLING By PAUL LEICESTER FORD. ** Mr. Ford is discreet and natural ... a very good novel." — Nation. " One of the strongest and most vital characters that have appeared in our fiction." — Dial, " Commands our very sincere respect . . . there is no glaring improbability about his story...
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The dial, Volume 19

Francis Fisher Browne, Waldo Ralph Browne, Scofield Thayer, Marianne Moore - Literature, Modern - 1895
...Tribune. FORD'S HONORABLE PETER STIRLING. A Novel of New York Politics. Sixth Edition. 12mo, $1.50. " One of the strongest and most vital characters that have appeared in our fiction."— The Dial. BUCHAN'S SIR QUIXOTE OF THE MOORS. An Episode. The latest of the Buckram Series. Narrow ]...
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The Ways of Yale in the Counselship of Plancus

Henry Augustin Beers - College students - 1895 - 245 pages
...STIRLING By PAUL LEICESTER FORD. " Mr. Ford is discreet and natural ... a very good novel." — Nation. *' One of the strongest and most vital characters that have appeared in our fiction." — Dial. ** Commands our very sincere respect . . . there is no glaring improbability about his story...
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The recent classical conference: Classical conference held at the University ...

Sidney Gillespie Ashmore - 1895 - 7 pages
...fashion."— Boston Transcript. The Honorable Peter Stirling. By PAUL L. FORD. 3i/ Edition. i2mo, $1.50. " One of the strongest and most vital characters that have appeared in our fiction." — The Dial. HENRY HOLT & CO.. NEW YORK. THE SCHOOL REVIEW. The National Journal of Secondary Education....
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The Bookman, Volume 1

Popular culture - 1895
...Times. ** Pages which read like actual history. ... A fine, tender love-story." — Literary World. " One of the strongest and most vital characters that have appeared in our fiction." — Dial. BOOKS TO COME HISTORY OF THE PEOPLE OF ISRAEL. By ERNST RENAN. Vol. IV. From the Rule of...
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