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Page 326 - A delicate and reflective mind informs the whole volume, and whether Mr. Norman writes of the everlasting verities, or ... whether he touches upon the vanities of human life, his lines have always an uplifting quality, which should assure the poet the lasting goodwill and devotion of many readers.
Page 310 - We would counsel a perusal of this very remarkable volume, which, besides being in the highest degree entertaining, furnishes utterly new views of the spacious times of the great Elizabeth.
Page 320 - Post. THE AFTER COST. By KM EDGE, Author of " Ahana," etc. "One quality the writer has, which must always rank high in a novelist's equipment. She has the instinct for story, and that, after all, is one of the essentials." — Athenaum. THE GREEN EYE OF GOONA. By ARTHUR MORRISON, Author of "The Red Triangle," "Tales of Mean Streets,
Page 323 - THE PRIME MINISTER AND MRS. GRANTHAM. By CARLTON DAWE. " The author has a faculty of shrewd observation and a dramatic talent that have turned out between them a very interesting story.
Page 324 - A Wayside Weed," etc. "The book is brightly and interestingly written."— Daily Mail. THE WRONG ROAD. By Major ARTHUR GRIFFITHS. THE PASSION FOR ROMANCE. By EDGAR JEPSON, Author of "The Admirable Tinker.
Page 321 - THE ADMIRABLE TINKER. By EDGAR JEPSON. %* The Admirable Tinker is the greatest boy hero since Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer. " Mr. Jepson has a light touch, and his gaiety is infectious." — Star. THE WINE OF LOVE. By HA HINKSON, Author of "O'Grady of Trinity.
Page 311 - Mr. Joubert has lived nine years in the Russian Empire. He has visited every government of it, and associated with every class. . . . With such an equipment one expects a book of no uncertain tone. This is precisely what M r.
Page 308 - By RICHARD LE GALLIENNE, Author of "The Quest of the Golden Girl,
Page 317 - The story never flags, and is admirably written." — Manchester Courier. THE SEVEN STREAMS. By WARWICK DEEPING, Author of " Uther and Igraine," " Love among the Ruins." ' ' ' The Seven Streams ' is a fine tale . . . full of strong emotions. . . . Picturesque description is Mr. Deeping's special gift, and he has it in large measure.