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Mary Wollaston

By: Henry Kitchell Webster
Published By: Double9 Books
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Henry Kitchell Webster's compilation of memories in "Mary Wollaston" offers a fascinating exploration of American literature and drama. Through a unmarried cohesive draft, Webster presents his mind in an reachable way, aiming to make his insights affordable and to be had to readers of various ages. The tales within the collection captivate with their fascinating and every so often staggering narratives, demonstrating Webster's ability in drawing readers into diverse and attractive plots. The book, categorised as drama, unfolds with numerous twists and turns, creating an immersive enjoy for readers who locate themselves pressured to keep exploring the narrative's unpredictable course. The identify person adds an indulgent layer to the plot, similarly heightening the reader's interest. Some testimonies inside the collection deliver moments of gruesomeness and the bizarre, even as others subtly enthrall, gradually drawing readers into their depths. Enhanced with a brand new, fascinating cowl and professionally typeset manuscript, this edition of "Mary Wollaston" brings a contemporary and readable contact to Webster's idea-upsetting compilation. With its blend of thrilling narratives and reachable presentation, the book stands as a testomony to Webster's capability to weave compelling testimonies that resonate with a vast target market.

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Henry Kitchell Webster

Henry Kitchell Webster was an American author who lived from September 7, 1875, to December 8, 1932. He was one of the most famous serial writers in the country in the early 1900s. He wrote mystery, family drama, science fiction, and other types of novels and short stories. He also came up with new ways to make books sell a lot of copies. Towner K. Webster and Emma Josephine Kitchell had one son, Henry Kitchell Webster. He was the oldest child. In 1897, he graduated from Hamilton College and started teaching rhetoric at Union College. In any case, he lived in Evanston, Illinois, for most of his life. Their wedding day was September 7, 1901. After his first books did well, he and Mary took a trip around the world in 1910. There were three boys born to them: Henry Kitchell Jr. (1905), Stokely (1912), who became a famous impressionist painter, and Roderick (1915), who was Chairman of the Adler Planetarium and a donor to its Webster Institute. The family lived and traveled in Europe for a year in 1922. Their Paris apartment was on the Rive Gauche, and Stokely learned painting with Lawton S. Parker, an American artist who was a family friend. Webster was friends with a lot of artists and opera singers, like Ethel Barrymore, who played the lead role in his Broadway play June Madness in 1912.

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publishing Year: 2023
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 274Pages
  • ISBN-10:9359954519
  • ISBN-13:9789359954516
  • Item Weight: 411g
  • Dimension : 216 x 140 x 15.2mm
  • Country of Origin : India
  • Importer: Double 9 Books
  • Packer: Double 9 Books
  • Book Type : Drama / General