A Leaf in the Storm; A Dog of Flanders and Other Stories
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LEAF IN THE STORM;
DOG OF FLANDERS
AND OTHER STORIES.
AUTHOR OF "IDALIA," "TRICOTRIN," ETC.
WITH A PREFACE WRITTEN BY THE AUTHOR
FOR THIS EDITION.
The Right of Translation is reserved.
By desire of my esteemed friend and publisher, the Baron Tauchnitz, I beg to state that the present edition is the sole one authorised by me for Continental circulation. The edition issued by Messrs. Asher and Co. of Berlin was produced by them unknown to me. After its appearance that Firm addressed me offering payment and stating that they held piracy in abhorrence, and respected the rights of authors even where those rights were unsecured by legal exactitude. To obtain the belief of authors in the sincerity of these sentiments I would beg to suggest to the Messrs. Asher that it will be wiser in future to abstain from appropriating a literary work until they have secured the writer's permission to make profits from it. I take this opportunity to request all Continental residents and travellers who may purchase my books out of England to be so kind as to remember that all my works are assigned by me to Baron Tauchnitz, and to him alone, and that all other editions issued for Continental sale are an invasion of my rights and probably likewise an imperfect version of my writings.
- Florence, May 30.
|A Dog of Flanders||9|
|A Branch of Lilac||72|
|A Provence Rose||179|
|A Leaf in the Storm||245|