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Page 234 - CLARE MONRO. The Story of a Mother and Daughter. By HANNAH LYNCH. 2s. 6d. " There are passages in this brief story for which no praise could be too high. . . . The book well answers to the description of the series which ' is designed to meet the taste of readers who desire a swiftly-moving, well-written, dramatic tale of moderate length, with continuity and action from the first page to the last.
Page 236 - TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE. THE ROME EXPRESS. By Major ARTHUR GRIFFITHS. "Any reader who opens this book with the resolution that he will read a chapter of it and then resume his ordinary occupations is likely to be surprised speedily out of such good intentions. The story grips you like a vice." — Sketch. A SEA COMEDY. By MORLEY ROBERTS, Author of "A Son of Empire," "The Western Avernus,
Page 242 - Translated from the French by FREDERIC WHYTE, with an Introduction by HENRY ARTHUR JONES. 320 pages, demy 8vo, cloth, 75. 6d. " This large and painstaking volume will certainly interest all who follow theatrical matters. We welcome it as an interesting and valuable record.
Page 219 - Lofthouse ; and you, sir," he added to the sailor, " step this way." The debris of the dessert still covered the table, but the men did not advance far into the room. John stood aside as the others went in, and entering the last, closed the door behind him, and stood with his back against it.
Page 239 - THREE SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE. A Large New Edition in cloth of the late Mr. Wilson Barrett's Great Novel. THE SIGN OF THE CROSS. By WILSON BARRETT. THE PROMOTION OF THE ADMIRAL. By MORLEY ROBERTS. "Very delightful as well as very unusual."— Spectator. CAPTAIN BALAAM OF "THE CORMORANT.
Page 242 - The English Stage. Being an account of the Victorian Drama. By Augustin Filon. Translated from the French by Frederic Whyte, with an introduction by Henry Arthur Jones.
Page 243 - A most interesting work. Did space permit, we could quote at length from this delightful book ; but as it is, we must leave it to the reader to pick and choose for himself." — Weekly Sun. "A book full of interest both to musicians and laymen, embellished with a speaking likeness of Verdi as a frontispiece. A distinct and valuable addition to the scant Verdi literature in this country.
Page 242 - That the writings of that acute French critic, M. Filon, on 'The English Stage' have been creditably translated and published in this country, is a subject of congratulation. The completeness with which this observer in a foreign land has mastered his subject is surprising, and...
Page 238 - JOHN MILNE'S The Passion for Romance. The Passion for Romance. By EDGAR JEPSON, Author of "Sibyl Falcon." Describes the remarkable love affairs of Lord Lisdor, a young and susceptible nobleman of wealth and leisure. 378 pages, large crown 8vo, cloth, Second Edition, 6s. "
Page 241 - Sea" will live in the upper circles of juvenility for many a long day. 'The Doll's Dance' ought to be as widely read and as keenly appreciated as ' The Butterfly's Ball and the Grasshopper's Feast,' which was the delight of the children of fifty years ago.