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J. Lane, 1894 - Great Britain - 253 pages
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Page 257 - As a work of art the book has the merit of brevity and smart writing ; while the denouement is skilfully prepared, and comes as a surprise. If the book had been intended as a satire on the ' ' new woman " sort of literature, it would have been most brilliant ; but assuming it to be written in earnest, we can heartily praise the form of its construction without agreeing with the sentiments expressed.' — St. James's Gazette. Shows considerable power and aptitude.

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