|Title:||The Land of Joy|
|Publisher:||Doubleday, Page & Company|
|Tags:||fiction, romance, school stories|
A novel by Ralph Henry Barbour, the prolific author of boys' scholastic and collegiate sports stories, that is somewhat outside his usual genre. It is a romantic novel, following the collegiate lives, and loves, of two separate protagonists—friends John North and Phillip Ryerson. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Barbour, Ralph Henry
Ralph Henry Barbour (November 13, 1870 – February 19, 1944) was an American novelist, who primarily wrote popular works of sports fiction for boys. In collaboration with L. H. Bickford, he also wrote as Richard Stillman Powell, notably Phyllis in Bohemia. Other works included light romances and adventure.
During his career, Barbour produced more than 100 novels as well as a number of short stories.--Wikipedia.
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