The Fate of Fenella

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Copyright, 1892, by

CASSELL PUBLISHING COMPANY.



All rights reserved.




THE MERSHON COMPANY PRESS,
KAHWAY, N. J.



PUBLISHERS' NOTE.




The publishers claim with no little satisfaction that in this book they offer the reading public a genuine novelty. The idea of a novel written by twenty-four popular writers is certainly an original one. The ladies and gentlemen who have written "The Fate of Fenella" have done their work quite independently of each other. There has been collaboration but not consultation. As each one wrote a chapter it was passed on to the next, and so on until it reached the hands of Mr. F. Anstey, whose peculiar and delightful humor made him a fitting choice for bringing the story to a satisfactory close.


Chapters (not individually listed)

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