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" Queen. The story is subtle and psychological after the fashion of modern psychology ; it is undeniably clever and smartly written. Gentlewoman. No one can deny its freshness and wit. Indeed there are things in it here and there which John Oliver Hobbes... "
Yellow and White - Page 175
by Carlton Dawe - 1895 - 172 pages
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Discords

George Egerton - 1894 - 253 pages
...after the fashion of modern psychology ; it is undeniably clever and smartly written.' Gentlewoman. 'No one can deny its freshness and wit. Indeed there...the story. One does not quite understand how Lady Geraldme worked herself up to shooting her lover, but when she has done it, the description of what...
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Women's Tragedies

Henry Dawson Lowry - 1895 - 242 pages
...after the fashion of modern psychology ; it is undeniably clever and smartly written. Gentlewoman. No one can deny its freshness and wit. Indeed there...shooting her lover; but when she has done it, the description of what passes through her mind is magnificent. Athenceum. Written by an obviously...
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Prince Otto: A Romance

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1895 - 272 pages
...after the fashion of modern psychology ; it is undeniably clever and smartly written. Gentlewoman. No one can deny its freshness and wit. Indeed there...shooting her lover; but when she has done it, the description of what passes through her mind is magnificent. Atheneeum. Written by an obviously...
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The woman who did

Grant Allen - 1895 - 223 pages
...the fashion of modern psychology ; , it is undeniably clever and smartly written. Gentlewoman. No one can deny its freshness and wit. Indeed there...shooting her lover; but when she has done it, the description of what passes through her mind is "" magnificent. Athenceum. Written by an obviously...
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The Three Impostors: Or, The Transmutations

Arthur Machen - English fiction - 1895 - 290 pages
...and it has a certain thread of pathos calculated to win our sympathy.' Queen. modern tlewoman. 1 No one can deny its freshness and wit. Indeed there...the story. One does not quite understand how Lady Geraldme worked herself up to shooting heft lover, but when she has done it, the description of what...
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Monochromes

Ella D'Arcy - Great Britain - 1895 - 260 pages
...after the fashion of modern psychology ; it is undeniably clever and smartly written.' Gentlewoman. 'No one can deny its freshness and wit. Indeed there...the story. One does not quite understand how Lady Geraldme worked herself up to shooting her lover, but when she has done it, the descripticn of what...
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The Great God Pan: And The Inmost Light

Arthur Machen - 1895 - 168 pages
...the fashion of modern psychology ; it is undeniably clever and smartly written.' Gentlewoman. ' No one can deny its freshness and wit. Indeed there...the story. One does not quite understand how Lady Geraldme worked herself up to shooting her lover, but when she has done it, the description of what...
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The British Barbarians: A Hill-top Novel

Grant Allen - Science fiction, English - 1895 - 202 pages
...the fashion of modern psychology ; it is undeniably clever and smartly written.' Gentlewoman. ' No one can deny its freshness and wit. Indeed there...the story. One does not quite understand how Lady Geraldme worked herself up to shooting hel lover, but when she has done it, the descripticn of what...
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The mountain lovers, by Fiona Macleod

William Sharp - 1895
...the fashion of modern psychology ; it is undeniably clever and smartly written.1 Gentlewoman. ' No one can deny its freshness and wit. Indeed there...have signed without loss of reputation. Woman. 1 There is a lurid power in the very unreality of the story. One does not quite understand how Lady...
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Women's Tragedies

Henry Dawson Lowry, Aubrey Beardsley - 1895 - 201 pages
...the fashion of modern psychology ; it is undeniably clever and smartly written.' Gentlewoman. * No one can deny its freshness and wit. Indeed there...it here and there which John Oliver Hobbes herself mi^ht have signed without loss of reputation. Woman. 'There is a lurid power in the very unreality...
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