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The Upas Tree eBook

Florence L. Barclay
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 128 pages of information about The Upas Tree.

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A Romance in Seven Days

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The Upas Tree

==A Christmas Story for All the Year==

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A story of rare charm, powerful in conception, compelling in narrative, and wholesome in effect.

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By the Author of “Lavender and Old Lace,” “The Master’s Violin,” etc.

These fascinating bits of fiction reflect the characteristics of the writer:  the same vivid imagination, the quick transition from pathos to humor, the facility of utterance, the wholesome sentiment, the purity of thought, the delicacy of touch, the spontaneous wit which has endeared Myrtle Reed to thousands of readers.

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