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The House of Rimmon

by Henry Van Dyke

Grover Cleveland Harrod, young author and playwright, is confronted with the problem of keeping his ideals and standards and still gaining popularity with the public "that knows what it wants." Much good character study. Edith Gherardi and the Rudds of From Father to Son are met again.

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