What Dreams May Come

by Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton

The first duty of a new book is to get itself discussed, and What Dreams May Come has fulfilled this requirement. On the wings of a beautiful literary style it has risen to a height beyond the commonplace books of the day, and by further reason of its absolute originality, this position will it maintain in defiance even of what is called its "Theosophic tendency."

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