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Page 313 - Republican, AS THE HAGUE ORDAINS Journal of a Russian Prisoner's Wife in Japan. Illustrated from photographs. $1.50 net, by mail $1.62. " Holds a tremendous human interest. . . . Author writes with wit and a delightfully feminine abandon."— Outlook.
Page 313 - Some seventy-five leading newspapers praise this book as the best detailed account of the business, editorial, reportorial and manufacturing organization of a metropolitan journal. It should be invaluable to those entering upon newspaper work and a revelation to the general reader. THE OPEN ROAD THE FRIENDLY TOWN Compiled by EV Lucas.
Page 312 - WILLIAMSON'S THE PRINCESS PASSES Illustrated by Edward Penfield. Eighth printing. $1.50. "The authors have duplicated their success with 'The Lightning Conductor.' . . . Unusually absorbing."— Boston Transcript. DD WELLS' HER LADYSHIP'S ELEPHANT This humorous Anglo-American tale made an instantaneous hit.
Page 310 - A full-length study of the poetic temperament, framed in a varied and curiously interesting environment, and drawn with a firmness of hand that excites one's admiration. . , . Moreover, a real distinction of style, besides being of absorbing interest from cover to cover." — Dial. " I find her book the most remarkable that I have read for many years.
Page 309 - Professor Dicey recently said, ' If you like a detective story take care you read a good detective story.' This is a good detective story, and it is the better because the part of the hero is not filled by a member of the profession. . . . The reader will not want to put the book down until he has reached the last pace. Most ingeniously constructed and well written into the bargain.
Page 229 - ... doing, a knowledge and consciousness that the act he is doing is wrong and criminal, and will subject him to punishment.
Page 6 - My days were sunless and my nights were moonless, " Parched the pleasant April herbage, and the lark's heart's outbreak tuneless,
Page 312 - Tribune. ANTHONY HOPE'S THE PRISONER OF ZENDA Being the history of three months in the life of an English gentleman. Illustrated by CD Gibson. Fifty-first printing. $1.50. ANTHONY HOPE'S RUPERT OF HENTZAU A sequel to
Page 310 - MAY SINCLAIR'S THE TYSONS . . 4th printing. $1.50 " Maintains a clinging grip upon the mind and senses, compelling one to acknowledge the author's genius."— Chicago Record-Herald.
Page 311 - The book of the last decade; the best thing in fiction since Mr. Meredith and Mr. Hardy; must take its place as the first great English novel that has appeared in the twentieth century." — LEWIS MELVILLE in New York Times Saturday Review. " If the reader likes both ' David Copperfield ' and ' Peter Ibbetson," he can find the two books in this one.