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(1924) [MARC] Author: Fredrika Bremer
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XV & XVI. The Charles Men, by Verner von Heidenstam.

Tales from the exploits of Charles XII, translated
by Charles Wharton Stork, with an Introduction by
Fredrik Böök.

XVII. Early Plays: Catiline, The Warrior’s Barrow,
Olaf Liljekrans, by Henrik Ibsen.


Translated by Anders Orbek.

XVIII. The Book about Little Brother: A Story of
Married Life, by Gustaf af Geijerstam.


Translated, with an Introduction, by Edwin Björkman.

XIX. A Book of Danish Verse.

Selections from the works of Danish Poets from
Oehlenschläger to Johannes V. Jensen. Translated in
the original metres by S. Foster Damon. Selected and
annotated by Oluf Friis.

XX. Per Hallström: Selected Short Stories.

A collection of tales by Sweden’s great master of
the short story. Translated with an Introduction by
F. J. Fielden.

XXI & XXII. The Poetic Edda.

A complete metrical version of the Poetic or Elder
Edda, including the Lays of the Gods and the Lays
of the Heroes, translated from the Icelandic with
a General Introduction and Notes by Henry Adams Bellows.
Two Volumes bound as one. (Price $4.00.)

XXIII. America of the Fifties: Letters of Fredrika
Bremer.


The journal of an American tour written by
a celebrated Swedish novelist. Illustrated with
sketches by the author. The translation of Mary
Howitt, revised and edited by Adolph Burnett Benson.

XXIV. Norwegian Fairy Tales.

The stories given here were told to Asbjörnson
and Moe by the peasants. They date back to the
dark ages, or even to imperial Rome, but they are
colored with Norwegian peasant humor and attuned
to the ears of children. Drawings by Kittelsen and
Werenskiold. Translated by Helen and John Gade.

Price $2.00 a volume

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