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Des pastels charmants, des esquisses adorables, des croquis ravissants, des scènes plaisantes et très plaisan. tes parfois même d'un haut comique, de l'imprévu, de la fantaisie, de l'esprit à foison, des feux d'artitice, et en. core de la rocaille, des bibelots rares, des bijoux de va. leur, des bijoux indiscrets parfois. Si l'impression morale n'est pas très profonde, si l'idéal fait trop souvent de faut, ele." - Jarime Gaucher in Red. pol. el lit., 15
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V3l32 “ The scene in Pendar Basin, one of those rapidly evolved Colorado towns. The characters are thor. oughly prosaic, and not one of them would seem adapted to the needs of the modern novelist. But love and pain, anger, patience, and forgiveness, are factors which in all ages can stand for themselves, and make up the tragic elements of story without aid from scenery or philosophy, and Zeph has the constraining charm of vi. tal human interest." — Literary world, Feb. 20.
Jacob Schuyler's millions; a novel.
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sessions make upon Englishmen."- Literary news, Feb. Kitton, F: G. Dickensiana; a bibliography of the
literature relating to Charles Dickens and his writings.
XTel•165K Lawless, Hon. E. Hurrish; a study. (Harper's handy ser.)
VL42 “The characters in this powerful book are few, but
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XV0PM82 “ His desciptions are generally good, and analyses are suggestive, is seldom thorough or profound. But his individual interpretation of language or character is sometimes more curious than probable." - Literary
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Appeal to the sons and daughters of Wash
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story.” Saturday review, Feb. 20. Riedesel, F: A. and F. C.. L.. von M., Freiherr u.
F. von. Auszüge aus den Briefen und Papieren des Generals Freyherrn von R. und seiner Gemalinn; ihre beyderseitige Reise nach America, u.s.w. [hrsg. von 11: Grafen. [17-).
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TC-R59 “ Within such limits as Mr. Rockstro has assigned to himself ibe subject could be treated more successfully in the form of an essay or general sketch of an attempt to set forth in an orderly manner, with more or less detail, the rise', progress, and development of the art.” — St.
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