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Whitney was an opponent of women's suffrage, although in keeping with her philosophy she took no part in public life.
Her message of then merely conservative values meant that her books sold very well to the parents of girls.
In his day E. P. Roe was a bigger seller than Mark Twain.
A story of the Chicago fire.
"We accord a hearty commendation to this work. The narrative is vigorous, often intense, but rarely if ever melodramatic.
Its language is usually no less chaste than forcible and impressive.
It betrays a power of invention and description which is not met with every day in the best of writers of popular fiction."
-- Dr. Ripley, in the New York Tribune (contemporary review)
A fictionalised 'autobiography' of the true story of a dog named 'Beautiful Joe'.
Joe's abusive original owner savagely mistreated him.
The book became very popular and greatly contributed to the worldwide awareness of animal cruelty.
A novel full of wonderful character sketches. David Harum, a dry and somewhat excentric country banker,
tells of a young man from a well to do family who finds himself in the small town of Homeville and begins a romance with a young lady.
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