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BY ROBERT W. CHAMBERS.
I. The Red Republic.-A Romance of the Commune. Fourth Edition. Large 12°, $1.25
"With all its rush and excitement there is a solid basis of painstaking and thoughtfulness in The Red Republic.' Mr. Chambers is wholly free from self-consciousness; indeed, his gifts seem to be little short of genius. Wonderfully vivid and graphic."-N. Y. Press.
"Mr. Chambers shows great familiarity with the many dreadful days of 1871, and Mr. Thiers' policy is critically examined. The Red Republic' abounds in action."-V. Y.
"The Red Republic' has the healthy ring of a young man's book. Mr. Chambers can do what few men can do-he can tell a story."-N. Y. Journal.
"I do not think that one need hesitate to call The Red Republic' the best American novel of the year."-VANCE THOMPSON in N. Y. Morning Advertiser.
"The book will commend itself not only for its strength and vividness, but for imagination and fancy. Glow with gentle beauty and romance, putting in striking contrast the barbarity of war."-DROCH in N, Y. Life.
II. A King and a Few Dukes. A Romance. Second edition. Large 12°
"No superior fiction has appeared in months. is a charming love story, attractively told in a way that is essentially Mr. Chambers' own."—N. Y. Times.
"A more charming, wholly delightful story, it would be difficult to name in the whole range of English fiction. That is saying much, but not one bit more than the book deserves. The characters are wonderfully well drawn."-N. Y.
"This latest of Mr. Chambers' stories is written in a very charming manner, and with all the grace and finish that have made the writings of the author so popular during the past." -Albany Union.
III. The Maker of Moons.
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