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When: 01 January 1873

Identifier: stnicholasserial4311dodg
Title: St. Nicholas [serial]
Year: 1873 (1870s)
Authors: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
Subjects: Children's literature
Publisher: [New York : Scribner & Co.]
Contributing Library: Information and Library Science Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Digitizing Sponsor: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


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unshine which warms intoblossoms the flowers of human kindness andsympathy.—New York Times. Wholly delectable is this little love-story,flooded with humor and pathos, running ahappy way to a happyending. — BostofiTranscript Decidedly on theplus side of life.—TheContinent. Frontispiece in color.Price $1.25 net. PEGEEN ELEANORHOYT• BRAINERD • STRAIGHT DOWNTHE CROOKEDLANE By BERTHA RUNKLE A uthor of The Helmet of Navarre A story of love, intrigue, and mystery. Clever enough to be classed with the bestlight novels of the period.—Kansas City Star. A charming oasis ina desert of less notablenovels.—I)idianapolisNews. A good story, welltold.—William LyonPhelps. Frontispiece in color.Price $1.35 net. At all Bookstores TlJir /^CMTI TDV 353 Fourth Avenue Published by * t. 1 UK I York STRAIGHT DOWNTHE CROOKEDLANE BERTHARbNKLE 10 ST. NICHOLAS ADVERTISEMENTS iHSHiMaiiiiiiiiiasiHiiisiiiiHiiiiiisiHiiiiiaiiisisgigiigiigiiiiiiiiiiigiH^ Two Outstanding New Century Novels m te-lammmm H m

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A Cathedreil Singer By James Lane Allen Author of -The Ckoii- Iizvisili/i, etc. D HE story of a mothers love, by one of the four or five in-ternationally recognized masters of American fiction. Thefirst story to be written around the great Cathedral of St. Johnthe Divine in New York City. The situation upon which thenarrative turns is at the same time one of the most commonoccurrences in New York City and one of the most heartbreak-ingly tragic. One day the art class had before it a new model. There wasthat in her bearing, in her face, that thrilled the students to ex-traordinary efforts. And then one day she did not come. Thecanvases had to be laid aside; there could be no substitute for the lost model. After a while she came back. The first story was gone from her face; but a greaterstory was there, and it, too, revealed its fascinating progress at each sitting. So James Lane Allen weaves the narrative of A Cathedral Singer. The reader ismade to see and feel what was denied the eage


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