Literary News, Volumes 9-10

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Publication Office, 1889 - American literature
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Contents

Alexander S B The Veiled Beyond 176
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One that Wins
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Hall J G Shakespeare versus Ingersoll
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Lanes Andrew Work Lit Misc 345
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Hawthorne J American Penman
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Linderfelt K A VolapUk
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American Novels 236
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Mr Poindexters Disappearance 109
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Carter R Bros 350
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Stevenson R L Memories and Portraits
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Bolton Sarah K Some Successful Women 377
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Arabian An Princess Ruete
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Treasure Island
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Argles Mrs Marg Honorable Mrs Vereker 244
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Virginibus Puerisque 60
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Browning R Pied Piper of Hamelin 380
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Dodd Mead Co 380
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Stoddard Elizabeth Two Men
103
Heartsease and Rue Lowell
104
Hector Mrs Annie F A Life Interest 112 130
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Carey Rosa N Only the Governess
119
Monas Choice
120
Sundry Rhymes from the Days of Our Grandmothers
121
Cos P Queer People 343
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Hedge F H Martin Luther 185
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Carleton Will 49
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Cheney Mrs E D Louise M Alcott _ 326
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Suns The Cure for Baconianism
169
Spell of Ashtaroth
172
versus Business
177
Clarke J I C Robert Emmet 37
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Griggs S C Co 386
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Tabernacle The 342
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Ostrich Farming
205
Paul Patoff 12
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Peabody A P Harvard Reminiscenses 88
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Daudet A Robert Helmont 365
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Ashley W J Edward HI 28
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Physiology of War Tolstoi 69
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Athletics and Football Shearman
240
Dawson Sir J W Geological History of Plants 89
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Proctor R A HalfHours with the Stars 89
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Holt H Co 63 93 127 159187 23i 253 285 315 347
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Lee Shepard 353 354 360 361 374 384
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Debutante in New York Society Buchanan 197
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Richards Laura E Totos Merry Winter 45
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Lippincott The Co 362
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Page 32 - That for the purchase of such books as may be necessary for the use of Congress at the said city of Washington, and for fitting up a suitable apartment for containing them...
Page 233 - Heaven ; for he maketh his sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sendeth his rain on the just and on the unjust...
Page 205 - The most influential books, and the truest in their influence, are works of fiction. They do not pin the reader to a dogma, which he must afterwards discover to be inexact; they do not teach him a lesson, which he must afterwards unlearn.
Page 5 - And so beside the Silent Sea I wait the muffled oar; No harm from Him can come to me On ocean or on shore. I know not where His islands lift Their fronded palms in air; I only know I cannot drift Beyond His love and care.
Page 130 - His power of observation seemed to indicate additional senses. He saw as with microscope, heard as with ear-trumpet, and his memory was a photographic register of all he saw and heard.
Page 202 - Far and few, far and few, Are the lands where the Jumblies live; Their heads are green, and their hands are blue, And they went to sea in a Sieve.
Page 86 - Mark it, Cesario; it is old and plain: The spinsters and the knitters in the sun, And the free maids that weave their thread with bones, Do use to chant it ; it is silly sooth, And dallies with the innocence of love, Like the old age.
Page 349 - For neither Spain nor Araby could another charger bring So good as he, and certes, the best befits my King. But that you may behold him, and know him to the core, I'll make him go as he was wont when his nostrils smelt the Moor."— III.
Page 29 - On the other hand, novels, which are works of the imagination, though not of a very high order, have been for years a wonderful relief and pleasure to me, and I often bless all novelists.
Page 349 - cried the Lords — but when they looked again, They saw Ruy Diaz ruling him with the fragment of his rein ; They saw him proudly ruling with gesture firm and calm, Like a true lord commanding— and obeyed as by a lamb. And so he led him foaming and panting to the King — But

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