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Page 316 - No writer since Lowell has interpreted the rural Yankee more faithfully." — Review of Reviews. THE REAL MOTIVE Unlike " Hillsboro People," this collection of stories has many backgrounds, but it is unified by the underlying humanity which unites all the characters.
Page 316 - People," this collection of stories has many backgrounds, but it is unified by the underlying humanity which unites all the characters. 21.50 net. UNDERSTOOD BETSY Illustrated by ADA C. WILLIAMSON. $1.30 net. " Children will read it eagerly for the story of a very real little girl. Parents will find it worth a whole shelf of books on child training. Teachers will get more than one pointer from its pages, and anyone with a grain of humor can't afford to miss it.
Page 294 - She had fallen in love for the first and only time in her life — and he was an Atkinsite.
Page 199 - She looked at him as if she thought he had taken leave of his senses.
Page 315 - The romance holds you, the philosophy grips you, the characters delight you, the humor charms you — one of the most realistic American families ever drawn.
Page 14 - If so, it will be the first time in the history of Bentonburg,