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Mr. Stephens was a dramatist before he reached his present high rank as a novelist. His own dramatization of his first great novel, “ An Enemy to the King,
“ An Enemy to the King,” had a very successful run of two seasons with Mr. E. H. Sothern. Under the title of “ Miss Elizabeth's Prisoner,” the dramatization of - The Continental Dragoon” is now being played with William Faversham as the hero.
The publishers take pleasure in announcing for publication this spring, a new novel by Mr. Stephens. It will be called "The Bright Face of Danger," and will be a sequel to "An Enemy to the King."
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The Reign of Queen Isyl, The Awakening of the Duchess,
to be an odd figure in petticoats, but every one who
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need of an interpreter of the dialect than in that of
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