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William Frend de Morgan • 10 Books
When Ghost Meets Ghost (1914)
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    Current Fiction (4 Reviews)
    When Ghost Meets Ghost, by William De Morgan
    1. When Ghost Meets Ghost by William De Morgan
    2. Simple Simon by A. Neil Lyons
    3. The Judgment of the Sword by Maud Diver
    4. The Remington Sentence by W. Pett Ridge
    The Nation, March 19, 1914, p. 300
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    The Art of Looking On and Some Recent Novels (7 Reviews)
    The Precipice, by Elia W. Peattie
    1. The Precipice by Elia W. Peattie
    2. The Forester's Daughter by Hamlin Garland
    3. Anthony the Absolute by Samuel Merwin
    4. When Ghost Meets Ghost by William De Morgan
    5. Liliecrona's Home by Selma Lagerlof
    6. The Lodger by Marie Belloc Lowndes
    7. The Rocks of Valpre by Ethel May Dell
    The Bookman, April 1914, pp. 203-210
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    The New Books (15 Reviews)
    When Ghost Meets Ghost, by William De Morgan
    1. When Ghost Meets Ghost by William De Morgan
    2. The Lodger by Marie Belloc Lowndes
    3. Cap'n Dan's Daughter by Joseph C. Lincoln
    4. The Judgment of the Sword by Maud Diver
    5. The Oxford Book of Canadian Verse by Wilfred Campbell
    6. The Great Painter-Etchers from Rembrandt to Whistler by Malcolm C. Salaman
    7. Cecil Rhodes: The Man and His Work by Gordon Le Sueur
    8. The South American Tour by Annie S. Peck
    9. The Colour of the East by Elizabeth Washburn
    10. John Woolman: His Life and Our Times by W. Teignmouth Shore
    11. Shelley, Godwin, and Their Circle by H.N. Brailsford
    12. At the World's Heart by Cale Young Rice
    13. Jack and Jill by Greville MacDonald
    14. Old Valentines by Munson Havens
    15. Whigs and Whiggism: Political Writings by Benjamin Disraeli
    The Outlook, March 21, 1914, pp. 649-651