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LITTLE, BROWN & COMPANY'S
New Fiction for Autumn, 1921.
HE WASTED GENERATION
“I have read Owen Johnson's “The Wasted Generation' with the greatest
(September 24) $2.00 WINTER COMES
By A. S. M. HUTCHINSON This remarkable English novel, with it rich humor, genuine pathos and real living characters, is all that one would expect from the author of “The Happy Warrior":
(Ready) $2.00 SEY RYAN
By B. M. BOWER How Casey Ryan's search for Injun Jim's gold mine led him into episodes both amatory and ludicrous.
(Ready) $1.75 E FOG
By WILLIAM DUDLEY PELLEY
(September 24) $2.00 E LARK
By DANA BURNET “The Lark" is a novel of rare literary distinction, in which the theme of sex is developed in an unusual manner, and with an artistry that differentiates the story from the casual contemporary romance.
(October) $1.90 E DAY OF FAITH
By ARTHUR SOMERS ROCHE An unusual, exciting story of American life by the author of “Uneasy Street".
(October) $1.90 E SNOWSHOE TRAIL
By EDISON MARSHALL A splendid story of adventure in the forest wilds, in which a woodsman and a city girl fight for life against the forces of the northern winter.
(September 10) $1.90 DUBLE-THE-HOUSE
By KATE JORDAN The entertaining exploits of a young girl who keeps her family constantly on the qui vive.
(October) $1.90 PROFITEERS
By E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM How young Wingate broke the corner in wheat. Romance, love, adventure, excitement-it is Oppenheim at his best!
(Ready) $2.00 RTIN CONISBY'S VENGEANCE
By JEFFERY FARNOL A stirring romance of the high seas in the pirate days of the Spanish Main, in which many of the characters of “Black Bartlemy's Treasure'' reappear.
ILE, BROWN & COMPANY,
A REVIEW OF
September, 1921-February, 1922
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