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William Frend de Morgan • 10 Books
A Likely Story (1911)
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    Current Fiction (3 Reviews)
    A Likely Story, by William De Morgan
    1. A Likely Story by William De Morgan
    2. Jane Dawson by William N. Harben
    3. The Moon Lady by Helen Huntington
    The Nation, December 28, 1911, p. 628
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    Three Novels of Note (3 Reviews)
    The Case of Richard Meynell, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
    1. The Case of Richard Meynell by Mrs. Humphry Ward
    2. A Likely Story by William De Morgan
    3. The Healer by Robert Herrick
    The Outlook, December 23, 1911, pp. 939-940
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    Fiction of the Season (6 Reviews)
    A Likely Story, by William De Morgan
    1. A Likely Story by William De Morgan
    2. The Moon Lady by Helen Huntington
    3. My Lady of Doubt by Randall Parrish
    4. Jean Christophe in Paris by Romain Rolland
    5. The Haunted Photograph by Ruth McEnery Stuart
    6. A Princess of Adventure by Hugh Noel Williams
    The Literary Digest, March 2, 1912, p. 432
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    Books Talked About (13 Reviews)
    The Amazing Adventures of Letitia Carberry, by Mary Roberts Rinehart
    1. The Amazing Adventures of Letitia Carberry by Mary Roberts Rinehart
    2. Where Half the World Is Waking Up by Clarence Hamilton Poe
    3. The Golden Silence by C.N. Williamson and A.M. Williamson
    4. Martin Luther: The Man and His Work by Arthur Cushman McGiffert
    5. The Grip of Fear by Maurice Level
    6. Joan of the Tower by Warwick Deeping
    7. A Likely Story by William De Morgan
    8. Panama: The Canal, the Country and the People by Albert Edwards
    9. The Unofficial Honeymoon by Dolf Wyllarde
    10. The Sick-a-Bed Lady by Eleanor Hallowell Abbott
    11. Vagabond Journeys by Percival Pollard
    12. South Sea Tales by Jack London
    13. Hard Labor, and Other Poems by John Carter
    McClure's Magazine, March 1912, pp. 601-602