Frank Barrett's most ambitious, most sensational, and most successful work. He has always had a hankering after the water of historical romance. Here he seems to have definitely taken the plunge. It is obvious also that he may, if he chooses, take a very high place, in the school — not of Thackeray or of Mr. Besant, or even of Scott, but of Charles Kingsley.
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