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The Late Mrs. Null is a great novel which was published for the first time in 1886. The author of this book Thonias Hewlings Stockton who wrote under the pseudonym Frank R. Stockton is known as a master of fairy tales intended especially for children. Among some of his other works it is possible to name the following: The Lady and the Tiger, Adventures of Captain Horne, Mrs. Null, The Casting Away of Mrs. Lecks and Mrs. Aleshine, The Hundredth Man, Great Stone of Sardis, and Captain's Tollgate. The Late Mrs. Null is a wonderful piece of reading that will appeal not only to children but also to their parents who will read the book to their children aloud.
This is a very thorough and detailed book that gives its readers a good understanding of the mystery of this amazing country. From this study it is possible to learn more about the chronology of Chinese history, the most outstanding events that influence the turn of it, the most prominent figures, and of course, more about its culture and traditions.
v. 1-2. Memoirs of Mary Robinson -- v. 3. The Sylphid. Jasper, a fragment. The savage of Aveyron -- v. 4. The progress of liberty. Tributary lines addressed to Mrs. Robinson, by different friends
Thirty-three articles, reprinted with one or two exceptions, from Everyman "A collection of critical studies of thirty or forty prominent public men, among them being the prime minister, Mr. Asquith, Mr. Balfour [and others]"