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ARTISTS' WIVES. By ALPHONSE DAUDET.
By ALPHONSE DAUDET. Translated by LAURA ENSOR.
tions by Rossi, Bieler, and others. 12mo, paper, $1.50; half leather, $2.25.

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Here is a little work which I beg you to read. It is written-I would have you note-by a married man, much in love with his wife, very happy in his home, an observer who, spending his life among artists, amused himself by sketching one or two such households as I spoke of just now. From the first to the last line of this book all is true."-From the Prologue. Translated by LAURA ENSOR. With illustrations by Myrbach. 12mo, paper, $1.50; half leather, $2.25.

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