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BOOKS RUDYARD KIPLING:
The Man and his Work. An Appreciation.
6/- net THE PATH OF THE SOUL...
Essays on Art and Literature.
By S. C. DE SOISSONS. THE WHEEL OF LIFE.
A Few Memories and Recollections.
By CLEMENT SCOTT. WEEDS AND FLOWERS.
By L. LUTHER LONGSTATT. 2/8 net A MAN ADRIFT.
Being Leaves from a Nomad's Portfolio.
By BART KENNEDY.
Epigrains on Woman, Love, and
8/6 pet THE POTTLE PAPERS.
A Rcally Funny Book.
By SAUL SMIFF & L. RAVEN HILL. 2/6 THE GRAND PANJANDRUM.
Fairy Tales for Young and old.
8/8 818TERS BY THE SEA. Seaside and Country Sketches.
By CLEMENT SCOTT.
By T. WEST CARNIE.
A Humorous Autobiography.
H A P.-"A sparkling piece of political and social satire. Mr. Escoti besprinkles his pages with biting epigram and humorous innucado. It is a most amusing book"
Standard.--"A book which is amusing from cover to cover. Bright epigrams abound in Mr. Escott's satirical pictures of the modern world. ... Those who know the inder aspects of politics and society will, undoubtedly, be the first to recognise the skill and adroitness with which he strikes at the weak places in a world of intrigue and fashion. ... There is a great deal of very clever swordplay in Mr. Escolt's description of Dum Dum (London), the capital of Paradoxia (England)."
Court Jiroular. -"It is brilliantly written, and will ford keen enjoyment to the discriminating taste. Its satire is keen-edged, but good-humoured enough to hurt DO ope: and its wit and (may we say impudenco would cause a run on it at the libraries.'
Daily Tolograph." It is paying so small compliment to M.. Escott to say that the mantle of Greville-Murray has manifestly descended upon his shoulders. In delicacy of humour and subtlety of treatment A Trip to Paradoria
ay maak ma latter-day supplement of Jonathan Swift's masterpica, Gulliver's Travels."