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'Atalanta's' Favorite Novels.

The last plebiscite in ' Atalanta' was on the question : Which are the best novels of ten selected authors ? The following was tho result of the voting : Jane Austen .. .. ' Pride and Prejudice.' Sir Waltor Scott .. .. ' Ivanhoc ' Charlotte Bronte .. .. Mane Eyre.' Thackeray .. .. ' Vanity Fair.' MrsGaslcfcll .. .. ' Wiven and Daughters.' Charges Dickons .. .. ' Davtd Coppetfield.' Gqorjje F.liot. .. .. ' Adam Bide.' Charlc9 Kipgslcy .. .. ' Westward Ho '.' iylra Ewinir ... .. ' Jackanapes.' Miss Yoi.'ge " .. .. ' Iltir of ilcdclvrTo.' As no less than forty of the competitors hit.upou the whole of the ten, the vote may be taken as expressing practical unanimity on the part of the largp circle of girl readers among whom l - Atalanta : circulates.

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'Atalanta's' Favorite Novels., Issue 8010, 12 September 1889

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'Atalanta's' Favorite Novels. Issue 8010, 12 September 1889

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