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Hart, Frances Noyes: Contact, and other stories (1923); v1; 23 Jun 2020

American author Frances Noyes Hart was not prolific, but was very highy regarded in the 1920s and early 30s as a short story writer. She also wrote a courtroom novel, "The Bellamy Trial", also in this library, much celebrated.

Her two best known short stories are in this, the only collection of her short stories.

Contents
1: “Contact!”
2: There Was a Lady
3: Long Distance
4: Philip the Gay
5: Green Gardens
6: Delilah
7: Her Grace
8: The Honourable Tony
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