The Three Brontës eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 276 pages of information about The Three Brontës.

No. 12.

LIFE AND LAUGHTER ’MIDST THE CANNIBALS by Clifford Collinson

Yorkshire Herald.—­“This is a fascinating narrative of life in the South Seas, and emphasizes that fact proves more interesting than fiction....”

No. 13.

LIKE SHADOWS ON THE WALL

by W.B.  Maxwell

Spectator.—­“Mr. Maxwell sketches in a character, a scene, or an incident with remarkable rapidity and vividness ... his book is salted with a humour all his own.”

No. 14.

SPOOK STORIES by E.F.  Benson

Times.—­“Mr. Benson is well-versed in the gentle art of sending cold shivers racing down other people’s spines.”

Spectator."These spook stories could not be beaten; every chapter makes one’s flesh creep.”

No. 15.

ROAMIN’ IN THE GLOAMIN’

by Sir Harry Lauder

Daily Chronicle.—­“It is so vivid that it gives the impression of not being written at all, but spoken in that vivid, pawky, homely way which makes him ‘get over’ the footlights as no other artist can do.”

No. 16.

WITH LAWRENCE IN ARABIA

by Lowell Thomas

Daily Mail.—­“Recounts the extraordinary and almost legendary career of Colonel Lawrence.  His experiences indeed read like an ‘Arabian Night’ of the twentieth century.  He played his part marvellously.”

No. 17.

THE KASIDAH of Haji Abdu El Yezdi

by Sir Richard F. Burton, K.C.M.G.

A Lay of the Higher Law

The Kasidah has been described by some of Sir Richard Burton’s admirers as his masterpiece, and this edition brings it within the reach of a much greater public than has been possible before.

No. 18.

THE SOUL OF THE WAR

by Philip Gibbs

The Author.—­“If there is any purpose in what I have written beyond mere record it is to reveal the soul of war so nakedly that it cannot be glossed over by the glamour of false sentiment and false heroics.”

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