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Page 4 - DAVIDSON (JOHN). PLAYS: An Unhistorical Pastoral; A Romantic Farce; Bruce, a Chronicle Play ; Smith, a Tragic Farce ; Scaramouch in Naxos, a Pantomime, with a Frontispiece and Cover Design by AUBREY BEARDSLEY.
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Page 2 - To credit a new writer with the possession of genius is a serious matter, but it is nevertheless a verdict which Mr. George Egerton can hardly avoid at the hands of those who read his delightful sketches.
Page 11 - Crown 8vo. 53. 6d. net. New York : Chas. Scribner's Sons. NOBLE (JAS. ASHCROFT). THE SONNET IN ENGLAND AND OTHER ESSAYS. Titlepage and Cover Design by AUSTIN YOUNG. 600 copies. Crown 8vo.
Page 7 - POOR FOLK. Translated from the Russian of F. Dostoievsky by LENA MILMAN. With a Preface by GEORGE MOORE. Vol.
Page 4 - FLETCHER (JS). THE WONDERFUL WAPENTAKE. By 'A SON OF THE SOIL.' With 18 full-page Illustrations by JA SYMINGTON. Crown 8vo.
Page 5 - Rosy" lives; her emotions stir us. Wonderfully suggested in several parts of the work is the severe irony of nature before profound human suffering.' — Saturday Review. * There is a bloom of romance upon their story which recalls Lucy and Richard Feverel It is rarely that a novelist is able to suffuse his story with the first rosy purity of passion as Mr. Adams has done in this book.'— Realm.
Page 7 - They are horror stories, the horror being of the vague psychologic kind and dependent in each case upon a man of science, who tries to effect a change in individual personality by an operation upon the brain cells. The implied lesson is that it is dangerous and unwise to seek to probe the mystery separating mind and matter. These sketches are extremely strong, and we guarantee the shivers to anyone who reads them.