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Old 10-09-2012, 11:20 AM   #2
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Here is a contemporary review:

"A new American writer of fiction is to be acclaimed in Ingraham Lovell – a pseudonym, it is said. His “Margarita’s Soul” captures the imagination at the outset by the boldness of the situation, he so established friendly intimacy with the reader, so delightfully introduces him to men and women worth knowing, so humorously plays about the edges of his subject (now and then, by the way, calmly bringing Stevenson or Sargent or Whistler for a minute on the scene in a way as captivating as it is startling), that probability ceases to be a serious matter. Just because it is discursive and easy–going the book is emphatically enjoyable. We should be hard put to it to name a better American novel of the month. (John Lane Company, New York. $1.50)" – The Outlook, October 30, 1909
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