The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - At the Eleventh Hour

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(Fame and Fortune Weekly Edition - source: NIU Libraries)

Combined Summary

Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University (Fame and Fortune Weekly Edition)
Series: Fame and Fortune Weekly no. 624 — pages 27-28
Trans-Atlantic Novels — no. 14
Author: Clyde, Kit (pseudonym used by Senarens, Luis, 1863-1939)
Dates: 1881 (Transatlantic Novels edition)
September 14, 1917 (Fame and Fortune Weekly Edition)
First Sentence: The storm, which had been so closely brewing, had broken and spent itself; clouds driven and chased were shifting westward, and the masses of foliage overhanging the gate of Hastings Hall were dripping and glistening in the illume of the freshly-bathed moon, as a young girl, with hasty, faltering gait, passed through this stone portal and down the steps beyond into the deep, shadowy pathways made dim by ancient, widespread trees and the veil of approaching twilight. (Fame and Fortune Weekly Edition)
Last Sentence: And he did get over it, for he had chosen another wife within three months from the scene above recorded. (Fame and Fortune Weekly Edition)

Known Editions

Transatlantic Novels edition
Fame and Fortune Weekly Edition (pages 27-28 in Fame and Fortune #624)

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