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LITERATURES OF THE WORLD.

Edited by

EDMUND GOSSE, Hon. M. A. of Trinity College, Cambridge.

12mo. Cloth, $1.50 each.



SPANISH LITERATURE. By JAMES FITZMAURICE-KELLY,

Member of the Spanish Academy.


"Mr. Kelly has written a book that must be read and pondered, for within its limits it has no rival as 'A History of Spanish Literature.'"—The Mail and Express.

"The work before us is one which no student can henceforth neglect, ... if the student would keep his knowledge of Spanish up to date. . . . We close with a renewed expression of admiration for this excellent manual; the style is marked and full of piquancy, the phrases dwell in the memory."—The Spectator.

"A handbook that has long been needed for the use of the general reader, and it admirably supplies the want. Great skill is shown in the selection of the important facts; the criticisms, though necessarily brief, are authoritative and to the point, and the history is gracefully told in sound literary style."—Saturday Evening Gazette.

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