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Critical Essay by The Nation

SOURCE: A review of "Polly" and The Burial of the Guns, in The Nation, Vol. 59, No. 1539, December 27, 1894, p. 483.

In the following review, the critic derides the excessive sentimentality of "Polly, " but praises the realism and feeling of "The Burial of the Guns" and "My Cousin Fanny. "

Mr. Page's publishers have supplied a new example to the old adage concerning fine feathers and fine birds. They have put his short story "Polly" into a delicate cover of small folio form, and have printed it on paper with a glaze so high that, no matter at what angle the volume is held, it never leaves the print undisputed possession of the field of vision; and they have singled out for these distinctions a heroine who is not of the ilk of...

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