FICTION,NON-FICTION: Genteel Lady

FICTION

The Story.* "A Lady Leaves Home—And Goes to Work—She Discovers Mr. Fox—and Anthony Jones—She Sees the Sunlight on the Snow—She Feels the Shadow— And Hears More about Mamma— She Sets Sail—To Italy—She Sees Something of London—and Less of Jones—Witches and Devils Torment Her—She Keeps a Good Man Dangling, but—Hymen Vincit Omnia— "Time Stays; We Go!"

To this remarkable scenario (the chapter headings) very little needs to be added.

The lady is Lanice Bardeen; her home, a New England college town; her "Work," painting and writing under the genteel urban sponsorship of her Cousin...

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