The Passenger from Calais eBook

Arthur Griffith
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 213 pages of information about The Passenger from Calais.

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“Is in many ways the most brilliant collection of animal stories that has appeared; well named and well done.”—­John Burroughs.

The Watchers of the Trails

A companion volume to “The Kindred of the Wild.”  With forty-eight full-page plates and many decorations from drawings by Charles Livingston Bull.

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“These stories are exquisite in their refinement, and yet robust in their appreciation of some of the rougher phases of woodcraft.  Among the many writers about animals, Mr. Roberts occupies an enviable place.—­The Outlook.

“This is a book full of delight.  An additional charm lies in Mr. Bull’s faithful and graphic illustrations, which in fashion all their own tell the story of the wild life, illuminating and supplementing the pen pictures of the author.”—­Literary Digest.

The Heart That Knows

Library 12mo, cloth, decorative cover $1.50

“A novel of singularly effective strength, luminous in literary color, rich in its passionate, yet tender drama.”—­New York Globe.

Earth’s Enigmas

A new edition of Mr. Roberts’s first volume of fiction, published in 1892, and out of print for several years, with the addition of three new stories, and ten illustrations by Charles Livingston Bull.  Library 12mo, cloth, decorative cover $1.50

“It will rank high among collections of short stories.  In ’Earth’s Enigmas’ is a wider range of subject than in the ’Kindred of the Wild.’”—­Review from advance sheets of the illustrated edition by Tiffany Blake in the Chicago Evening Post.

Barbara Ladd

With four illustrations by Frank Verbeck.  Library 12mo, cloth, decorative cover $1.50

“From the opening chapter to the final page Mr. Roberts lures us on by his rapt devotion to the changing aspects of Nature and by his keen and sympathetic analysis of human character.”—­Boston Transcript.

Cameron of Lochiel

Translated from the French of Philippe Aubert de Gaspe, with frontispiece in color by H.C.  Edwards.

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“Professor Roberts deserves the thanks of his reader for giving a wider audience an opportunity to enjoy this striking bit of French Canadian literature.”—­Brooklyn Eagle.

“It is not often in these days of sensational and philosophical novels that one picks up a book that so touches the heart.”—­Boston Transcript.

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