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J.H. Gardiner • 8 Items / 3 Books, 4 Articles, 1 Poem
The Forms of Prose Literature (1900)
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  1. Books and Authors
    A Modern Text-Book (Review)
    The Forms of Prose Literature, by J.H. Gardiner
    1. The Forms of Prose Literature by J.H. Gardiner
    The Outlook, May 5, 1900, p. 85
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    Books of the Week (25 Reviews)
    About My Father's Business, by Austin Miles
    1. About My Father's Business by Austin Miles
    2. As Talked in the Sanctum by Rounsevelle Wildman
    3. The Bible History of Answered Prayer by William Campbell Scofield
    4. The City for the People by Frank Parsons
    5. Confirmation by Arthur C.A. Hall
    6. The Divine Discipline of Israel by George B. Gray
    7. Faith and Sight by William Pierson Merrill
    8. The Forms of Prose Literature by J.H. Gardiner
    9. For the Sake of the Duchesse by S. Walkey
    10. Greystone and Porphyry by Harry Thurston Peck
    11. John Selden and His Table-Talk by Robert Waters
    12. The Judges' Cave by Margaret Sidney
    13. The Life and Work of Dwight L. Moody by J. Wilbur Chapman
    14. The Memoirs of the Baroness Cecile de Courtot by Moritz von Kaisenberg
    15. Mr. Trunnell: Mate of the Ship Pirate by T. Jenkins Hains
    16. The Nicaragua Canal by William E. Simmons
    17. Organizers and Their First Steps by George E. Quin
    18. The Personality of Truth by Thomas Augustus Jaggar
    19. The Rebel by H.B. Marriott Watson
    20. Retribution and Other Addresses by Samuel George Smith
    21. The Rhymer by Allan McAulay
    22. The Soul of Man by Dr. Paul Carus
    23. The Storming of Stony Point on the Hudson, Midnight, July 15,1779 by Henry P. Johnston
    24. The Story of the Boers by C.W. Van der Hoogt
    25. The Toiling of Felix, and Other Poems by Henry Van Dyke
    The Outlook, April 14, 1900, pp. 878-881