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New and Cheaper Editions of Books by

Mr. Hamilton Mabie

12mo, cloth, 75 cents per copy, postpaid



PARABLES OF LIFE

Poetic in conception, vivid and true in imagery, delicately clear and pure in diction, these little pieces belong to Mr. Mabie's finest and strongest work.—Henry Van Dyke.

WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

Poet, Dramatist, Man

Professor F. H. Stoddard speaks or this work as "almost unique in Shakespeare literature, in it that is a continuous and thoroughly worked out study of the whole personality of Shakespeare."

A BOOK OF OLD ENGLISH LOVE SONGS

Edited by Hamilton Mabie. Superbly illustrated with Drawings and Decorations by George Wharton Edwards.

One of the daintiest specimens of bookmaking, designed to serve both as a gift book and work of reference.

A BOOK OF OLD ENGLISH BALLADS

Edited by Hamilton Mabie. Superbly illustrated with Drawings and Decorations by George Wharton Edwards.

"The aim has been to bring, within moderate compass, a collection of the songs of the people.—Extract from Introduction.




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