Through Stained Glass

by George Agnew Chamberlain

A book with a bouquet -- the gist of it lies in the way a father educates his only son by epigrams hammered out of his own past experiences. And by education, 'a gentleman means skill in the handling of life.' The story has plenty of incident, but it is all subordinate to the philosophy of the old artistocrat.

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