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Old Rose and Silver

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Old Rose and Silver is written by Myrtle Reed. A love story,--sentimental and humorous,--with the plot subordinate to the character delineation of its quaint people and to the exquisite descriptions of picturesque spots and of lovely, old, rare treasures.

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Jane Journeys On

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Jane Journeys On is written by Ruth Comfort Mitchell. A young woman decides to live her life fully, and to avoid marrying too early. A brisk story of youth, brimming over with gaiety and humor, is this novel about how an attractive girl set out to win her way by writing.

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In the Quarter

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In the Quarter is written by Robert W. Chambers. The story deals with life int eh Quartier Latin, in Paris, where the merry art students live and move and have their being, and over which the halo of romance ever hangs; a peculiar people with whom we have spent many an entrancing hour in company with such volumes as "Trilby" and "A King in Yellow."

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Anne of Avonlea

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Anne of Avonlea is written by Lucy Maud Montgomery. Ann of Avonlea is the same winsome, charming, delightfully lovable girl character that she was as Anne of Green Gables, with the additional charm of growing womanhood. New and pleasing characters are presented in this volume.

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An Unknown Lover

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An Unknown Lover is written by Mrs George de Horne Vaizey. The house had been designed in the period when shelter from the wind seems to have been the one desired good, and was therefore built in a dell, from which the garden rose in a rapid slope.

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An Outback Marriage

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An Outback Marriage is written by Andrew Barton Paterson. He went to England and got married; there's a daughter. The wife's dead; the daughter is in England still--never been out here. There's a story that before he made his money he married a bush girl up on the station, but no one believes that.

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An Ambitious Man

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An Ambitious Man is written by Ella Wheeler Wilcox. Preston Cheney turned as he ran down the steps of a handsome house on "The Boulevard," waving a second adieu to a young woman framed between the lace curtains of the window. Then he hurried down the street and out of view. The young woman watched him with a gleam of satisfaction in her pale blue eyes. A fine-looking young fellow.

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Amarilly of Clothes-line Alley

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Amarilly of Clothes-line Alley is written by Belle Kanaris Maniates. The rehearsal had been inspiring and awakening, but this, "the real thing," as Amarilly appraised it, bore her into a land of enchantment. She was blind and deaf to everything except the scenes enacted on the stage. Only once was her passionate attention distracted, and that was when Pete in passing gave her an emphatic nudge and a friendly grin.

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A Top-Floor Idyl

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A Top-Floor Idyl is written by George van Schaick. A writing, New York bachelor of forty tells the story of a poor young widow and her baby who occupy rooms across the hall from his on the top floor.

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Janet of the Dunes

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Janet of the Dunes is written by Harriet T. Comstock. "A prose idyll of a Long Island Lighthouse and Life Saving District, with a sweet love story."

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