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FICTION continued

Eliot's (George) Silas Marner. Introduction by Annie Matheson. 121 L English Short Stories. An Anthology. 743

Erckmann-Chatrian's The Conscript and Waterloo. 354

The Story of a Peasant. Translated by C. J.

Hogarth. 2 vols. 706-7 Fenimore Cooper's The Deerslayer. 77

The Last of the Mohicans. 79

The Pathfinder. 78 ,, The Pioneers. 171

The Prairie. 172

Ferrier's (Susan) Marriage. Introduction by H. L. Morrow. 816 Fielding's Amelia. Intro, by George Saintsbury. 2 vols. 852-3

,, Jonathan Wild, and The Journal of a Voyage to Lisbon.

Introduction by George Saintsbury. 877

Joseph Andrews. Introduction by George Saintsbury. 467 L ,, Tom Jones. Intro, by George Saintsbury. 2 vols. 355-6

Flaubert's Madame Bovary. Translated by Eleanor Marx-Aveling.

Introduction by George Saintsbury. 808 SalammbS. Translated by J. S. Chartres. Introduction by

Professor F. C. Green. 869 French Short Stories of the 19th and 20th Centuries. Selected, with

an Introduction by Professor F. C. Green. 896 L Galsworthy's (John) The Country House. 917

Gait's Annals of a Parish. Introduction by Baillie Macdonald. 427 Gaskell's (Mrs.) Cousin Phillis, etc. Intro, by Thos. Seccombe. 615 L Cranford. 83

Mary Barton. Introduction by Thomas Seccombe. 598

North and South. 680

,, Sylvia's Lovers. Intro, by Mra. Ellis Chadwick. 524

Gleig's (G. R.) The Subaltern. 708 Goethe's Wilhelm Meister. Carlyle's Translation. 2 vols. 599-600

(See also ESSAYS and POETRY) Gogol's (Nicol) Dead Souls. Translated by C. J. Hogarth. 726

Taras Bulba and Other Tales. 740 L Goldsmith's Vicar of Wakefleld. Introduction by J. M. D. 295

(See also ESSAYS and POETRY)

Goncharov's Oblomov. Translated by Natalie Duddington. 878 Gorki's Through Russia. Translated by C. J. Hogarth. 741 J Gotthelf's Ulric the Farm Servant. Ed. with Notes by John Ruskin. 228 Harte's (Bret) Luck of Roaring Camp and other Tales. 681 Hawthorne's The House of the Seven Gables. Intro, by Ernest Rhys. 176 L The Scarlet Letter. 122

The Blithedale Romance. 592

The Marble Faun. Intro, by Sir Leslie Stephen. 424

Twice Told Tales. 531 (See also FOR YOUNG PEOPLE)

L Hugo's (Victor) Les Miserables. Intro, by S. R. John. 2 vols. 363-4 L Notre Dame. Introduction by A. C. Swinburne. 422

L Toilers of the Sea. Introduction by Ernest Rhys. 509

Italian Short Stories. Edited by D. Pettoello. 876 James's (G. P. R.) Richelieu. Introduction by Rudolf Dircks. 357 L James's (Henry) The Turn of the Screw and The Aspern Papers. 912

Kingsley's (Charles) Alton Locke. 462

L Here ward the Wake. Intro, by Ernest Rhys. 296

L Hypatia. 230

L Westward Ho; Introduction by A. G. Grieve. 20

Yeast, 611

(See also POETRY and FOR YOUNQ PEOPLE) (Henry) Geoffrey Hainlyn. 416

Ravenshoe. 28

L Lawrence's (D. H.) The White Peacock. 914

Lever's Harry Lorrequer. Introduction by Lewis Melville. 177 L Loti's (Pierre) Iceland Fisherman. Translated by W. P. Baines. 920 L Lover's Handy Andy. Introduction by Ernest Rhys. 178 L Lytton's Harold. Introduction by Ernest Rhys. 15 L Last Days of Pompeii. 80

Last of the Barons. Introduction by R. G. Watkin. 18 Rienzi. Introduction by E. H. Blakeney, M.A. 532 (See also TRAVEL) MacDonald's (George) Sir Gibbie. 673

(See also ROMANCE)

Manning's Mary Powell and Deborah's Diary. Intro, by Katherine Tynan (Mrs. Hinkson). 324

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