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THE SUN, SATURDAY, .NOVEMBER 16, 1912.
LITERARY NEWS, VIEWS AND CRITICISM
Continual ioiii Tenth t'oiic.
collections however, that bo bus to tell
HSotit anil IiIh nrcoimtM or torkn of art
nro helped out by excellent pIcttircH.
Two very Interest hit; volumes hnve
lionu milled lo the vnluiible HrltWi hcHi-h
of "Mitli- Poiiki on Art" that A. I' Mo-
count fur wnniWrltiK Into the bypath.
! f hUtory. Thi Comics nre nnoclntcil
with tlir most hrilllnnt and ilcturrg(tie
period 'of Fninco, from Ciitherlno dn
Mrdlcl through the rrl-ili of Louis XV.,
hut nlthouuh thiiy .itood nenr the
throne lliclr Importance, wh.h more of
, li! nh thfiu of personality. Indeed ilu
I Mory of their lives allow what one
I would have simpected, that the CondeH
In llielr anuiurH. however conventional,
more orlKlnul than in any other
liy way of com-
ini'iit on the hook us biography It may
he s.i Id that the author Is not quite
t'lnri- tinil Cnmti.iltv of f'lilencrn tiillillMlt.
Ttio Mliwllli liv Muriel t'lnllimvAn W Wle IIIOIV OI'iKlnul
,, nnii.n.:.,il., K, (..iru..l. kint.t,l.v delMltinelit of lift
giving full description of all of the i-eulp-
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iwi n whim mm .'Ai.iuiiftviuim ut T intk uu . , . i . , , - . ,
i i i, i .1 iim n.,, consistent In nfMUintnrt the decree of the
"Monvenuto Cellini" In a moro rentrainei'
and critical miniiniuy or the artist's work
liy 0110 who can apeak with authority,
iloth little, books nre wv'.l illustrated.
A fpclal Mipplrmnnt of the International
Studio (.John Ijuih Company). i devoted
to "Kueninn Peasant Art," The. part that
relates to Great HiiNsia is very fully Illus
trated, particularly In the lino of cos
tumes, nnd pome extremely pretty women
havo been chosen to wear tliet-e. The
pari relating to I. it tie ltuosla, or the
Ukraine, deals moro with Implements and
fiirnMilncs. Tho articles on Kimelan
Poland and on Lithuania nro very brief.
Of a different order lire, tho books whone
attraction lien in the illustrations. Arthur
Itackham this year Illustrate ".Chop's
Fables" (William Heinemann: Doubledny.
Page and Company) with thirteen charm
ing pictures In color and a multitude of
equally good sketches in black and white.
, , i a ttucKwinn nrn nninnrn m: Knmn urn
very funny, and this is needed to mitigate
render' historical knowledge, Homo
tlnieH he Is a connoisseur of the most
Intimate, and attain a schoolboy to be
drilled on hare bones. And owIiik to tho
number of the family Involved but not
concerned In the confusions of the day
the author naturally finds It dlttlcult to
make the adjustment between hi own
protagonists and the protagonists of lilu
tory. He writes, however, with such
ered before the New York Commandery HP1 W f
of the Loyal Legion, the fourth mtJm of fQ L,aSl JF rOIltier
such papers, in uuiipui'u u,y -. t ui- q
nam's Sons under tho title "Personal '
Kecolloctloniiof the War of tho Rebellion." ,
The editor is A. Noel Hlaketnuu. The ad
dresses Were delivered during the last
live years; while some ore stjrmons and
other addresses on commemorative oc
casions, most of the papers are reminis
cences of particular episodes in the civil
Much sound advice and important
information in imparted by Thomas F.
Hunt in "The Young Farmer" (Orange
ulidd Company. New York). The author
taken nothing for granted; he explains
tho simplest and apparently most self
evidentthlngs, and when vre read his book
it is amazing that there should be so much
misinformation In precisely tnese matters.
The liook will be helpful to every one
who trieB his hand at agriculture. He
will find that he needs to know all of tho
things described In the sub-title as "some
things he should know."
NoImmIv. wo trust, will attempt to do
all the things descrtled In "Damo Curt
sey's Hook of Tarty Pastimes for tho
Up-to-date Hostess," by Ellye Howell
Glover (A. C. McClurg and Company),
but. the hostess who is puzzled a to how
she hhall entertain her company will
certainly find something to suit her if
sho consults the book. The direction
are not always oa clear as they might be,
and some of the pastimes may soem
rather dull, but there are plenty that
will help out or that will suggest Idea
to those who will use their own brains too
By E. ALEXANDER POWELL, F. R. G. S, .
Late ( Um AariM CmimiIit Serrica in Egypt.
"Morocco, Algeria, Tripolitania, Equa
ton'a, Rhodesia, the Sahara, the Sudan, the
Congo, the Rand, and the Zambeii, . . .
with your permission I will take you to them
all, and you shall see, as though with your
own eyes, those strange and far-off places
which mark the line of the Last Frontier,
where the white-helmeted pioneers are fight
ing the battles and solving the problems of
Splendidly illuttrdted with photographs.
$3.00 net; postpaid $3.26.
New Trails in Mexico
By CARL LUMHOLTZ
Mr. Lumholtz has a deep love of nature,
and his own beautiful description are en
hanced by two color plates and many illus-
trations. Hut he also has a thorough and
large practical knowledge, and his exposition
of the opportunities for agriculture and min
ing are enhanced by two splendid' maps made
$5.00 net; by mail $5.49
A Camera Crusade
Through the Holyland
By DWIGHT L ELMENDORF
The author writes as well as he lectures;
that is all need be said of the first third of
this book which is text.
But the last two-thirds are the most
beautiful clear full-page photographs 100 in
all of the significant scenes of the Holy
land. No one could come nearer to seeing
the region without going there than by seeing
these pictures. There is no book anything
like this in that respect; no such collection
of pictures. A list or bibucal passages
applying to each is given on the page oppos
ite each. $3.00 net; postpaid $3.38
uihoflo "Bella, the, Mt Gtrf
tho fait hf ul but rather dull translation of
tho fables by V. S. Vernon Jones and
(!. K. Chesterton's bumptious introduc
tion. Tho olunio is a small quarto and
t1I1 be a desirable Christmas gift
The pictures In color and in black and
white with which Paul "ransom illus
trates a holiday edition or Jack London's
" 1 ho Call of tiie Wild" (Macmitlan'O nro
remarkable not only for their striking
artist io morils but for tho care with which
tliearli-t interprets his author's meaning.
Mot,! of the pictures are of dogs, and
t)iex nro real dogs. It Is a very hand
some specimen of bookmaking.
Tna Humorous Hooka.
In "Knocking the Neighbors" (Double
day. Pago and Company) admirers or
Mr. Oeorgu Ade's form of humor will find
a collection of tho latest products of his
comic: vein. He retains tho Teutonic
fashion of capitalizing nouns, a device
thut helped to attract attention to his
first "fables." He seems to count on
somewhat harsh criticism of everyday
occurrences for liis f unnines rather than
Y "fyomnAmrfam Point of Vievf."
evident Interest and his subjects are
set In times so perpetually fascinating
that the book cannot fall to lie booU
Thirty odd plates of drawings by James
Montgomery I'lagg depict "'lhe Adven
tures of Kitty Cobb" (Oeorgn H. Doran
Company). The girl who appears in all
of them is really pretty and attractive;
the adventures described in the few lines
of text are as vapid as the artist could
make them, which is saying a good deal.
mi anvthinc that is witty or really humor- p Prettv girls and good looking young mon
ous. but his admirers are accustomed to' in absolutely commonplace situations
that and'will not like this book the less what he offers his patrons.
Another Canadian humorist crops up
In Mr. John Alexander Hugh Cameron,
who writes "The Woman Hater" (Chris
tian Tress Association Publishing Com-
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nany. .New x orK i , anecuoies oi u juyiui
Less tifhnical skill but more artistio
sincerity marks . Dacres Adams a
colored pictures in "A Hook of beggars
(William Heinemann, J. U. Lippincott
Company). Tho figures are mostly types
from the London streets. The character
Nova Bcotian, announced, by the author I ization is not so good as tho figure paint
as a former seafaring man hailing from
Capo Breton. Some or tho btories, wiien
we get to them, are funny; others are
attractive pictures of human nature,
but tho author has contrived incredibly
olumsy aud long winded machinery to
introduce them, to that the weary reader
is likely to throw aside tho book, no
matter where ho opens it. long before he
begins to suspect that there is any story
ing; ir they are intended to be funny
the humor is kept effectively in the back
ground, III her Hooks.
The essays contributed by Meredith
Nicholson to tii .Waiic Munllilu. with
linn nlhup lift I'..
Maude XI. Holbach has written a
mantic life "In the Footsteps of
Richard Ca-ur de Linn" (Little, Hrown
and Comnanv). Her subject has
nlwavd tluured more conspicuously
fiction than In history, anu tne
present hook reads like a "torv
as on follSws Wch.ird chrough
the hopes and losses of his crusade, with
all Its contllctluB personalities and ic
latlonshlps. The author follows the
lead of modern biographers In Rlvlmf
a rather detailed picture of Richard's
parentsby way of explalnlni; his In
heritances. Particularly sympathetic
throughout the hook Is hor treatment of
the character of Kleanor of Aqultalne.
No attempt Is made to claim for Itlchard
qualities which he had not, but the
author's enthusiasm serves to revive
our own enthusiasm for the heroic type
of man whom It hai become the fashion
to decry. It must also he said that the
present writer embarks upon tho com
plications of the third crusade without
Apparent effort, whllo at the same time
her account Is full nnd for the most
part nuthorltatlve. The Interest of tho
hook lies In the treatment of substan
tial facts, nnd Is quite Independent of stung
mnat of t ie liect c Incident mat nave, nave
given occasion for historical romances;
of Ocur de Lion.
In "Henrietta Maria." by Henrietta
Haynea (O, !. I'utnam'H Hons), the
reader finds a book of more In
terest and of more Importance than
Is usually written about queen
consorts. Here ag.'iln tho Inherited
qualities of the heroine are de
scribed nnd often referred to, and at
tention Is demanded for the Intrinsic In
terest of her character as a human
Mne rather than for an array of quail
tls good or tvul, A good osal of atten
tion Ir .given to Henrietta") denllngs
with thtf Catholics, especially In tho
lnternl"' 'if I'rotestant and Catholic
feeling In the revolution of liilft. It Is a
noticeable point In the book that when
clearness requires a narrative not di
rectly connected with Henrietta the
author k'lves II with the same vigor with
which she trenu her main subject. The
book Is la 'general well written,
In such n hook us "The Love Aft'ults
of the Comics." bv II. Noel Williams
(Charles Kcrlhner's Sonl, one experts
the lutcrcst of Its personalities to ac-
beeit gathered into a
'I he Provincial Ameri
can (llougiiton .mi nun lompanyj. iney
are pleasant and bright enough, especially
at tlie beginning, for the author in these
essays, as in his stories, seems to tire of
Ills first good idea very soon and to bo
ready lo wind up any way. With his
stand for provincialism we thoroughly
sympathize, but that turns quickly into
In ' personal reminiscences of eminent citizens
of Indianapolis His best seller comments
soon devinto from the point Ho seems
unable to stick to his point until he has
The diary of "A Journey to Ohio in 110,
by .Margaret Van Horn Uwight. which
Max r'arrand edits (Vale University Press,
Now Haven), is interesting in that it shows
tho difficulties of travel a hundred years
ago. It would be far more valuable If
tho young woman who wrolo it had been
more observant, or had cared to note down
other things than her personal discomforts.
Sho gives tho impression of one hard to
get along with. Her testimony as lo the
practicu of bundling in Pennsylvania,
alarming and disgusting as it was to her.
Is Interesting. Her record certainly dls-
. pels some or the glamour about the "good
I In "A Short History or Ancient Kgypt"
1 (K. P- Outton and Company), Pror.
I Percy K. Newberry and Dr. John Oar-,
certainly competent authorities,
ummnrlzod the n w information ,
derived from archaeological discoveries
regarding Egypt in tho period that pro-1
ceded llerodotus's account. In no do-1
main or knowledge has urchnjology made '
such revolutionary changes as in the his.
lory or Kgypt, nnd the author havo
been wise in basing their narrative on
tho monuments rather than on the his
torians. The little book is offered now
In u third edition. It would havo been a
help U tho opportunity had been taken
to print a list or rulers aud to collect
under each name the varied orthography
that appears in books.
A collection or extracts on love, ar
ranged progressively and selected from
authors whose writings are'nol always
familiar In tho general public, has been
made by Mrs Havelock Kills in "Tho
Lover'a Calendar" (Kogan Paul, Trench,
Trubner and Company; K. P Dutlnn and
Company) Tim extracts are arranged
under each day of the year; prose has
been drawn on as well ns verso and tho
compiler's name is a guar.iutcn of good
tasio und distinction its the selection
Another collection of uddrcbsed doliv-
The approach of the end of the year
is announced by the publication of cider-
durs for 1813. First In tho Meld is the Life
Publishing Company with an assortment
of works of art to adorn the walls. "Life's
Calendar," of full folio size, contains six
sentimental colored pictures hjr several
hands and an ornamental cover. The
seven plates of "The Gibson Calendar'
picture seven hits at married life In Mr.
Cliarles Dana Oibson's usual style. Tho
seven colored sheets of "The Flagg Cal
endar," equally characteristic of Mr.
Jame-i Montgomery Flagg's manner, are
at 'any rate cheerfnl. In "Tho Phillips
Calendar" Mr. C. Colfra .Phillips present
seven attractive female facet and juggles
with the colors of the background as Is
his wont. The names of the artists give
intending purchasers all the information
they need with regard to the nature of
From Paul F.lder and Company, San
Francisco, comes the "Impressions Cal
endar. A Kooklover's Year for 1013,"
long slips to lie changed weekly, that
educate the eye as well ns the mind.
There nro llfty-two or these, usunlly com
prising the portrait of an author, with
usefut data about his lire and a brief
extract from his works. Shakespeare
appears on the cover. The typography
and the art work are In excellent taste,
as might be exected from these publishers.
"A SWO omcer'i Snap Book." ftencral sir
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The .Sunurl of the Conffilerao'." Slorrl
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"I'rcim My liunilnc liay.llook." The Crown
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"Memoir nf lhe Marqulae de Outline. (Will
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lllkiory of the Jew. In America," Peter
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"When I Wu. a Child." Yohlo Marklno.
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What a Father Should Tell
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