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

Thomas Russell Sullivan (1849–1916)

Sullivan, Thomas Russell. An American novelist and dramatist; born in Boston, Nov. 21, 1849; died in 1916. His novels include ‘Tom Sylvester,’ ‘Roses of Shadow,’ ‘Day and Night Stories’; and his plays, ‘The Catspaw’ (1881), ‘Merely Players’ (1886), and a dramatization of Stevenson’s ‘Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde’ (produced 1886). He was joint author with W. W. Chamberlin of ‘Hearts Are Trumps,’ produced 1878, and ‘Midsummer Madness,’ produced 1880. His more recent volumes are: ‘The Heart of Us’ (1912); ‘Boston Old and New’ (1912); ‘The Hand of Petrarch’ (1913).