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Page 310 - ... with the momentous events that occurred, chiefly in Palestine, from the time of the Crucifixion to the • destruction of Jerusalem• The book, as a story• is replete with Oriental charm and richness• and the character drawing is marvelous. No other novel ever written has portraved with such vividness the events that convulsed Rome and destroyed Jerusalem in the early days of Christanity. A tit for complete fret list of G. & D. Popular CopyrigKcd Fiction STORIES OF WESTERN LIFE Miy be hid...
Page 310 - BEN HUR. A Tale of the Christ. By General Lew Wallace This famous Religious-Historical Romance with its mighty story, brilliant pageantry, thrilling action and deep religious reverence, hardly requires an outline. The whole world has placed "Ben-Hur" on a height of pre-eminence which no other novel of its time has reached.
Page 310 - Empire that hastened the fall of Constantinople. The foreground figure is the' person known to all as the Wandering Jew, at this time appearing as the Prince of India, with vast stores of wealth, and is supposed to have instigated many wars and fomented the Crusades. Mohammed's love for the Princess Irene is beautifully wrought into the story, and the book as a whole is a marvelous work both historically and romantically. THE FAIR GOD. By General Lew Wallace. A Tale of the Conquest of Mexico. With...