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Hitchcock, Alfred M[arshall]. How to study fiction. Boston & Chicago: Allyn & Bacon, copyright 1899. 16mo (15.6 cm, 6.14"). , 13,  pp. $100.00
Scarce little educational pamphlet offering an overview of how to engage with a novel or story, written by a teacher at Hartford Public High School and aimed at students of that age range as well as at older people who might still find themselves "without a definite plan of study." A search of WorldCat finds => only one reported U.S. institutional holding (Harvard).
Provenance: Front wrapper with rubber-stamp of William C. Gannett, clergyman and reformer; the Rev. Gannett and his wife ran a number of reading and study groups associated with the Unitarian Church in Rochester, NY.
Sewn in publisher's printed paper wrappers; wrappers gently sunned and with rubber-stamp as above. => Crisp and clean. (41925) Please RESHELVE This.
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