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

Edward Irenæus Prime-Stevenson (1858–1942)

Prime-Stevenson, Edward Irenæus. An American journalist and littérateur of New York City; born in New Jersey, 1868. He published: ‘White Cockades’; ‘Janus,’ reprinted as ‘A Matter of Temperament,’ a musical novel; ‘Left to Themselves,’ reprinted as ‘Philip and Gerald’; ‘Mrs. Dee’s Encore’; ‘The Square of Sevens’; ‘Her Enemy, some Friends, and Other Personages.’