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Author: Henry Harland
ISBN: 0836940407
Language: English
Publisher: Books for Libraries Press (1971)
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A Latin-quarter courtship, and other stories. A Latin-quarter courtship, and other stories. by. Harland, Henry, 1861-1905. New York, Street & Smith. Chicago citation style: Harland, Henry. A Latin-quarter courtship, and other stories

A Latin-quarter courtship, and other stories. The books in this collection are in the public domain and are free to use and reuse. For guidance about compiling full citations consult Citing Primary Sources. APA citation style: Harland, H. (1901) A Latin-quarter courtship, and other stories.

Harland commenced his literary' career with 'As it was Written: a Jewish Musician's . 4. 'A Latin Quarter Courtship, and other Stories,' 1890.

Harland commenced his literary' career with 'As it was Written: a Jewish Musician's Story,' which was published in London in 1885, under the name of 'Sidney Luska. It was a sensational novel, dealing with Jewish-American life. The first two books which appeared under his own name, 'Two Women or One?' (1890), an ingenious story of double personality, and 'Mea Culpa: a Woman's Last Word' (1891), show no marked breach of affinity with his earlier work. Under his own name he also wrote: 6. 'The Lady Paramount,' 1902. 6. 'My Friend Prospero,' 1904.

The short story collections of this new period, A Latin Quarter Courtship (1889), Mademoiselle Miss (1893), Grey Roses (1895), and Comedies and Errors (1898), were praised by critics but had little general popularity. He finally achieved a wide readership with The Cardinal's Snuff-box (1900), which was followed by The Lady Paramount (1901) and My Friend Prospero (1903).

The Catholic Encyclopedia, Vol. 16 (Index). New York: The Encyclopedia Press. His last novel, The Royal End (1909), was incomplete when he died. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Vol. The Oxford Companion to American Literature.