Books: Laura Jean Libby

Laura Jean Libbey

A Wedding at Every Book's End

Thomas Hardy, Sinclair Lewis, the late Anatole France have variously been talked of as the best known of contemporary writers. But the dwelling-place of renown is not always in the high places. The Sophisticati may sneer; but the reading public extends even to the scullery and the attic. A census of that mysterious body would not impossibly reveal an equal extent of the fame of humbler wielders of the pen. The laughter of Olympus is no...

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