The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary eBook

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SUSAN CLEGG AND A MAN IN THE HOUSE

Illustrated by Alice Barber Stephens. $1.50

Susan is a positive joy, and the reading world owes Anne Warner a vote of thanks for her contribution to the list of American humor.—­New York Times.

LITTLE, BROWN, & CO., Publishers
34 Beacon Street, Boston

An exceedingly clever volume of stories

AN ORIGINAL GENTLEMAN

By ANNE WARNER

With frontispiece by Alice Barber Stephens

Cloth. $1.50

Exhibits her cleverness and sense of humor.—­New York Times.

Crisply told, quaintly humorous.—­Boston Transcript.

An “Original Gentleman” is truly also one of the most entertaining and witty gentlemen that it has been our fortune to run across in many a day, not to mention the more original lady that he has to do with.—­Louisville Evening Post.

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By the same author

A WOMAN’S WILL

Illustrated. 360 pages.  Cloth. $1.50

A deliciously funny book.—­Chicago Tribune.

It is bright, charming, and intense as it describes the wooing of a young
American widow on the European Continent by a German musical genius.—­San
Francisco Chronicle
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As refreshing a bit of fiction as one often finds.—­Providence Journal.

LITTLE, BROWN, & CO., PUBLISHERS
34 BEACON STREET, BOSTON

Anne Warner’s Latest Character Creation

IN A MYSTERIOUS WAY

By ANNE WARNER

Illustrated by J.V.  McFall.  Cloth. $1.50

A story of love and sacrifice that teems with the author’s original humor.—­Baltimore American.

The humor peculiar to her pen is here in wonted strength, but in a new guise; and set against it, or interwoven with it, is a story of love and the strange sacrifice of which a few loving hearts are capable.—­New York American.

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By the same author

YOUR CHILD AND MINE

Illustrated. 12mo.  Cloth. $1.50

The child heart, strange and sweet and tender, lies open to this sympathetic writer, and other human hearts—­and eyes—­should be opened by her narratives.—­Chicago Record-Herald.

The literary charm of the stories is not the least of their attractions.  The interest is all the greater for the style in which the story is told, and the author’s sympathy with her young friends lends a vital warmth to her narrative.—­Philadelphia Public Ledger.

LITTLE, BROWN, & CO., PUBLISHERS
34 BEACON STREET, BOSTON

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