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IDOLATRY. A Romance. By JULIAN HAWTHORNE. Author
of “Bressant.” 2 vols. Crown 8vo. “A more powerful book than ‘Bressant.' ... If the figures are mostly phantoms, they are phantoms which take a more powerful hold on the mind than many very real figures. ... There are three scenes in this romance any one of which would prove true genius."-Spectator.
“The character of the Egyptian, half mad and all wicked, is remarkably drawn. . . . Manetho is a really fine conception. .. That there are passages of most exquisite beauty here and there is only what we might expect. Surely no one can read this (quotation) without feeling that the same blood runs through the son as through the father."--Athenæum.
“That the younger Hawthorne is gifted with a power which, judged by the standard of ordinary novels, is great, cannot be doubted. . . . There is one character in ‘Idolatry” described with a skill and delicacy which are alınost worthy of the author of the 'Scarlet Letter.””-Saturday Review. BRESSANT. A Romance. By JULIAN HAWTHORNE. 2 vols.
Crown 8vo. “One of the most powerful with which we are acquainted.”—Times.
“We shall once more have reason to rejoice whenever we hear that a new work is coming out written by one who bears the honoured name of Hawthorne.” -Saturday Review.
VANESSA. By the Author of “Thomasina,” “Dorothy,” etc. - 2 vols. Crown 8vo.
THOMASINA. By the Author of “Dorothy,” “De Cressy,”
etc. 2 vols. Crown 8vo. “A finished and delicate cabinet picture; no line is without its purpose.”— Athenæum.
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IN THREE VOLUMES. VOL. I
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