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Page 308 - Greek Peasant Stories. By NEIL WYNN WILLIAMS. Author of 'The Bayonet that Came Home,' &c. Cloth, 6s. Literature. — 'Mr Neil Wynn Williams's collection of Greek Peasant Stories are, taken individually, artistic little sketches. Their chief interest lies in the delineation of the character of the modern Greek. The stories make pleasant reading.
Page 319 - This capital work furnishes the young collector with a book which is not beyond his means, and which at the same time contains an account of all the birds which he is likely to meet with in the British Isles.
Page 315 - The Prince's Feathers. By Mrs LEITH-ADAMS (Mrs H. DK COURCY LAFFAN). Author of ' Geoffrey Stirling, '&c. ' Is one of the most charming stories we have seen of late ; a pastoral idyll in prose, so romantic is the tale, so artistic the setting, and so graceful and poetic the style in which it is written/ — Birmingham The
Page 311 - The Bow of Fate.' Cloth, 6s. Bookman. — 'An interesting novel.' Literary World, — ' The story is well told and really amusing ' Eastern Morning News. — ' An exceedingly interesting story of an artist's life and love affairs at the Court of the Indian Mogul Jehangier.' Last Words. By STEPHEN CRANE. Author of ' The Red Badge of Courage,
Page 308 - Mr Neil Wynn Williams has written a book that pleases, like the narrative of an honest traveller, and in which one thing at least, the "Notes from the Countryside, Greece," is a bit of description that deserves to become classical.
Page 319 - Mr Russell's book is a very complete manual and guide for journalist and author. It is not a merely practical work — it is literary and appreciative of literature in its best sense ; ... we have little else but praise...
Page 316 - BY THE SAME AUTHOR In Crown 8vo, handsome cloth. Price, 3s. 6d. net THE CLOSED DOOR Being the true and faithful account of an experiment in Propria Persona of the treatment accorded to Pauper Immigrants in New York Harbour by the Officials of the American Democracy. 'A book worth reading.
Page 319 - The aspirant to literature may certainly read Mr Russell's book with profit.' — Spectator. ' A handbook that will prove very useful to all who aspire to write for the press in any 5! the various branches of literary work. . . . This is the only manual comprehending ~ all departments of professional literature from paragraph writing to the production of the book.
Page 310 - Pilgrim" is a wild but picturesque story ... it reminds us by its Oriental picturesqueness of Maurus Jtfkai ; by its poignancy of Sienkiewicz . . . and gives a vivid if somewhat flattering picture of the barbaric romance of life in the Balkans in the early decades of the nineteenth century.