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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ernest Rhys; C A Dawson Scott
|Notes:||London edition (R. Holden & Co., ltd.) has title: Old and new love stories (twenty-seven) edited by C.A. Dawson-Scott and Ernest Rhys.|
|Description:||viii, 374,  p. 21 cm.|
|Contents:||The singing lesson, by Katharine Mansfield.--A day in a woman's life, by Sheila Kaye-Smith.--The brief debut of Tildy, by O. Henry.--The way it came, by H. James.--A dead secret, by L. Hearn.--Heart of a woman, by C.A. Dawson-Scott.--The story of a good son, by H. Ould.--A physical lien, by Violet Hunt.--A year of their lives, by B. Pilniak.--The purple twilight, by G. Villiers-Stuart.--"Afterglow", by Constance Holme.--Love in play-time, by E. Pugh.--Love, by G. de Maupassant.--In a citron garden, by Flora A. Steel.--Only a clown, by A. Harrison.--The sisters, by E. Rickword.--A raison d'être, by E.L. Grant Watson.--A midsummer night's courting, by A.H. Hamer.--Calf love, by C.S. Evans.--A woman of genius, by Kathleen Coyle.--The last dream of Julius Roy, by P. Prys.--Diadem and Dunya, from the Arabian nights.--Isabella: or, The pot of basil, by Boccaccio.--Tristram and La Beale Isoud, by Sir T. Malory.--A romantic lover of Connaught, by E.A. Lucas.--The captive, by R.B. Cunninghame Graham.--The child in the garden, by L. Merrick.--Clerk Saunders, anonymous.--David and Bathsheba, from Second book of Samuel.|
|Responsibility:||by twenty and nine authors; edited by Ernest Rhys and C.A. Dawson-Scott.|