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Fifty-two Library

The Fifty-two Library was a series of children's adventure stories published by Hutchinson & Co., London between the late nineteenth century and the early twentieth century. The editor of the series was Alfred Henry Miles and he compiled some fifty volumes that appeared at five shillings apiece.

Alfred Henry Miles (1848 - 30 October 1929) was a prolific Victorian era author, editor, anthologist, journalist, composer and lecturer who arranged and edited hundreds of works on a wide range of topics.

Selected books

  • Fifty-Two Stories Of The Brave And True For Boys (ed) [1902]
  • Fifty-Two Stories Of The Brave And True For Girls (ed) [1902]
  • Fifty-Two Stories For Girls (ed) [1905
  • Fifty-Two Stories Of The Indian Mutiny (w Arthur John PATTLE) [1895]
  • References

    Fifty-two Library Wikipedia

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