"GOUVERNEUR MORRIS has gone back to the opening of the civil war for the scene of his latest romance, "Aladdin O'Brien," but his book is removed as far as possible from the many tales which have lately been built upon that much-abused theme, and its title, with its odd suggestion of East and West, is quite in harmony with the quaint fancies and delicate humor that are so adroitly mingled with strong and pathetic situations." -- New York Times, December 20, 1902
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