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Page 270 - Mrs. Fleming's stories are growing more and more popular every day. Their delineations of character, life-like conversations, flashes of wit, constantly varying scenes, and deeply interesting plots, combine to place their author in the very first rank of Modern Writers.
Page 270 - All books [unless otherwise specified] are handsomely bound in cloth, with gilt backs suitable for libraries. Tempest and Sunshine English Orphans Homestead on the Hillside 'Lena Rivers Meadow Brook Dora Deane Cousin Maude Marian Grey Edith Lyle Daisy Thornton (New) Mary J. Holmes
Page 271 - Her strange, wonderful, and fascinating style; the profound depths to which she sinks the probe into human nature, touching its most sacred chords and springs ; the intense interest thrown around her characters, and the very marked peculiarities of her principal figures, conspire to give an unusual interest to the works of this eminent Southern authoress.
Page 271 - Photogravure and Half-tone Engravings, Per set, $6.00, Julie P. Smith's Novels. ** The novels by this author are of unusual merit, uncommonly well written, clew* and characterized by great wit and vivacity.
Page 272 - Queen. ... t 50 AS Roe's Novels. *' There is no writer of the present day who excels AS Roe, in his particular line of fiction. He is distinguished by his fidelity to nature, his freedom from affectation, his sympathy with the interests of everyday existence and his depth and sincerity of feeling. His stories appeal to the heart, and strengthen and refresh it.
Page 271 - The novels by this author are of unusual merit, uncommonly well written, clever, and characterized by great wit and vivacity. They are growing popular and more popular every day.
Page 270 - Lena Rivers Meadow Brook Dora Deane Cousin Maude Marian Grey Edith Lyle Daisy Thornton Chateau D'Or Queenie Hetherton Bessie's Fortune Marguerite Mrs. Hallam's Companion..
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