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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Charles Gibbon (1843–1890)

Gibbon, Charles. A British novelist; born in 1843; died on Aug. 15, 1890. The Scotch masses afford subjects for ‘Robin Gray’ and the Jacobite tale ‘For the King’; but his ‘For Lack of Gold’ and ‘A Heart’s Problem,’ and one or two more, indicate exhaustion, although ‘The Braes of Yarrow’ is a fine work.