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" Mrs. Holmes' stories are universally read. Her admirers are numberless. She is in many respects without a rival in the world of fiction. Her characters are always life-like, and she makes them talk and act like human beings, subject to the same emotions,... "
The Publishers Weekly - Página 444
1896
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Vashti, Or, "Until Death Us Do Part": A Novel

Augusta Jane Evans - 1876 - 8 páginas
...MAUDE. ^,15.— EDNA BROWNING. ,4— WEST LAWN. 17.— EDITH LYLE. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. "Mrs. Holmes1 stories are universally read. Her admirers are numberless....is in many respects without a rival in the world of Action. Her characters are always iife-like, and she makes them talk and act like human beings, subject...
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A Terrible Secret: A Novel

May Agnes Fleming - 1874 - 410 páginas
...THE PRESS. "Mrs. Holmes' stories are universally read. Her admirers are numberless. She is in man/ respects without a rival in the world of fiction. Her characters are always 'ufe-like, and she makes them talk and act like human beings, subject to the same emotions, swayed...
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Olive: A Novel, Tema 30

Dinah Maria Mulock Craik - 1899 - 375 páginas
...FORTUNE. "A delightful new book by Mrs. Holmes, one of the best she has ever written. " "Mrs. Holmes' stories are universally read. Her admirers are numberless....beings, subject to the same emotions, swayed by the same motives which are common among men and women of every day existence. Mrs. Holmes is very happy in portraying...
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Saint Paul, Volumen2

Ernest Renan - 1875 - 415 páginas
...13.— ETHELYN'S MISTAKE. 14.— MILLBANK. q,i5.-EDNA BROWNING. ' OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. "Mrs. Holmes' stories are universally read. Her admirers are numberless....them talk and act like human beings, subject to the y..'ne emotions swayed by the same passions, and actuated by the same motives which are common among...
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Stolen Waters

Celia Emmeline Gardner - 1875 - 330 páginas
...ROSE MATHER. 13.— ETHELYN'S MISTAKE. 14.— MILLBANK. BROWNING. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. "Mrs. Holmes' stories are universally read. Her admirers are numberless....in the world of fiction. Her characters are always iife-like, and she makes them talk and act h'ke human beings, subject to the fiime emotions, swayed...
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Marguerite's Journal: A Story for Girls

Miriam Coles Harris - 1875 - 328 páginas
...MISTAKE. 14.— MILLBANK. 7 -COUSIN" MAUDE. ^,15.— EDNA BROWNING, OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. "Mrs. Holmes' stories are universally read. Her admirers are numberless....is in many respects without a rival in the world of riction. Her characters are always iife-like, and she makes them talk and act like human beings, subject...
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The Bible in India: Hindoo Origin of Hebrew and Christian Revelation

Louis Jacolliot - 1875 - 325 páginas
...THE PRESS. "Mr*. Holmes' stories are universally read. Her admirers are numberless. She is in man; respects without a rival in the world of fiction. Her characters are always nfe-likc, and she makes them talk and act like human beings, subject to the Fame emotions, swayed by...
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A Mad Marriage: A Novel

May Agnes Fleming - 1876 - 459 páginas
...MISTAKE. 14.— MILLBANK. ,15.— EDNA BROWNING. 17.— EDITH LYLE. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. "Mrs. Holmes' stories are universally read. Her admirers are numberless....makes them talk and act like human beings, subject k> the same emotions, swayed by the same passions, and actuated by the same motives whkJi are common...
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West Lawn ; And, The Rector of St. Mark's

Mary Jane Holmes - 1876 - 413 páginas
...MAUDE. ^15.— EDNA BROWNING, id— WEST LAWN. 17.— EDITH LYLE. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. "Mrs, Holmes'1 stories are universally read. Her admirers are numberless....in the world of fiction. Her characters are always iife-Iike, and she makes them talk and act like human beings, subject to the same emotions, swayed...
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Constance's Fate: A Story of Denzil Place

Violet Fane - 1876 - 256 páginas
...i7.— EDITH LYLE. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. "Mrs. Holmes' stories are universally read. Her admirer* are numberless. She is in many respects without a rival in the world of hction. Her characters are always ufe-like, and she makes them talk and act like human beings, subject...
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