Fiction

“Every branch of railroading fascinates the average American boy. The shops, the telegraph and signal systems, the yard and track …

“Mr, Wildthorne,” said Maggie, “have you fulfilled the promise you made me the last time we met?” “What …

“It is exceedingly clever, and excites the reader’s interest and brings out the powerful nature of the clever young …

“Once upon a time I can’t say exactly when it was there stood a neat, tidy little hut on the borders of a wild forest. A poor old …

“One evening when a company of children and older people were looking at funny cat-pictures and telling cat-stories, a little ten …

“By this time Tommy was six months old, and as full of pranks as a six-months-old kitten well could be. His education had begun …

“I do not feel wholly sure that my Kitty wrote these letters herself. They always came inside the letters written to me by my …

“A writer possessing not only a fine literary gift, and a marvelous power of intense emotional realization, but a fresh, strange, …

“They who declared that reason would not allow them to believe that God could once become Incarnate, saw no reason to doubt the …

“There can be no doubt of the force and freshness of most of the book, of the fine literary quality of some of the chapters, and …