My Lady Nicotine

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My Lady Nicotine  (1896) 
by J. M. Barrie

"Mr. Barrie sings tobacco, with incidental sketches of people who smoke it and people who won't permit it to be smoked. It is a book of premeditated humor, in which the premeditation is fairly well concealed. … the fun is of a quiet, incisive kind, and unusually well sustained." —from a review in The Nation, September 1891.

"Nearly the whole of this book has already appeared—in a somewhat different form—in the St. James's Gazette, from which it is reprinted by courteous permission."—prefatory note in another edition.

Lady Nicotine

By J. M. Barrie

Chicago and New York
Rand, McNally & Company


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