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" ' Sophia,' his latest, is also one of his best. A delightful spirit of adventure hangs about the story ; something interesting happens in every chapter. The admirable ease of style, the smooth and natural dialogue, the perfect adjustment of events and... "
Pearl-maiden: a tale of the fall of Jerusalem - Page 468
by Henry Rider Haggard - 1902 - 463 pages
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A Gentleman of France: Being the Memoirs of Gaston de Bonne, Sieur de Marsac

Stanley John Weyman - France - 1900 - 412 pages
...incidents that is, we believe. the most ingenious yet planned by its author. . . . The adventure develops and grows, the tension increases with each page, to...adjustment of events and sequences conceal all the usual obtrusive mechanism, and hold the curiosity of the reader throughout the development of an excellent...
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Literary World, Volumes 31-32

1900
...л Gentleman of France," etc. With 12 illustrations. Crown Hvo, cloth, ornamental, Sl./iO. ••' Sophia,' his latest, is also one of his best. A delightful...natural dialogue, the perfect adjustment of events anil sequences conceal all the usual obtrusive mechanism and hold the curiosity of the reader throughout...
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The Literary World, Volume 31

Edward Abbott, Samuel R. Crocker, Madeline Vaughan Abbott Bushnell ("Mrs. C. E. Bushnell, "), Nicholas Paine Gilman, Herbert Copeland, Bliss Carman - Literature - 1900
...Author of " A Gentleman of France," etc. With 12 illustrations. Crown 8vo, cloth, ornamental, 81. CO. "'Sophia,' his latest, is also one of his best. A...story; something interesting happens in every chapter. Tlie admirable ease of style, the smooth and natural dialogue, the perfect adjustment of events and...
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Count Hannibal: a romance of the court of France

Stanley John Weyman - Fiction - 1901 - 404 pages
...incidents that is, we believe, the most ingenious yet planned by itiť author. . . . The adventure develops and grows, the tension increases with each page, to...adjustment of events and sequences conceal all the usual obti usive mechanism, and hold the curiosity of the reader throughout the development of an excellent...
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Some experiences of an Irish R. M.

Martin Ross - 1901 - 309 pages
...incidents that is, we believe, the most ingenious yet planned by its author. . . . The adventure develops and grows, the tension increases with each page, to...adjustment of events and sequences conceal all the usual obti usive mechanism, and hold the curiosity of the reader throughout the development of an excellent...
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Stella Fregelius: A Tale of Three Destinies

Henry Rider Haggard - Adventure stories, English - 1903 - 361 pages
...incidents that is, we believe, the most ingenious yet planned by its author. . . . The adventure develops and grows, the tension increases with each page, to...adjustment of events and sequences conceal all the usual obtiuslve mechanism, and hold the curiosity of the reader throughout the development of an excellent...
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The Hinderers: A Story of the Present Time

Edna Lyall - 1902 - 179 pages
...incidents that is, we believe. the most ingenious yet planned by its author. . . . The adventure develops and grows, the tension increases with each page, to...adjustment of events and sequences conceal all the usual obtrusive mechanism, and hold the curiosity of the reader throughout the development of an excellent...
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In kings' byways

Stanley John Weyman - Fiction - 1902 - 346 pages
...extent that tne hackneyed adjective, ' breathless,' finds an appropriate place." —NEW YORK MAIL AXD EXPRESS. " ' Sophia,' his latest, is also one of his...reader throughout the development of an excellent plot und genuine people."— PUBLIC LEDGER, PHILADELPHIA, PA. ''Thnse who read Mr. Stanley J. Weyman's *...
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The Book Buyer, Volume 21

American literature - 1900
...illustrations by C. Hammond. Crown Svo, cloth, ornamental, $1.50. " 'Sophia,' his latest, is also one of hi' best. A delightful spirit of adventure hangs about...interesting happens in every chapter. The admirable ease <>f style, the smooth and natuial dialogue, the perfect adjustment rif events and sequences conceal...
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Lychgate Hall: A Romance

M. E. Francis - 1904 - 347 pages
...incidents that is, we believe, the most Ingenious yet planned by its author. . . . The adventure develops and grows, the tension increases with each page, to...sequences conceal all the usual obtiusive mechanism, and bold the curiosity of the reader throughout the development of an excellent plot •nd genuine people."—...
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