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Top Fiction of Yesteryear Mar 15, 2007
Here's how this vintage fiction was described in 1918: "An old-fashioned love story that is nontheless modern." The National Library for the Blind describes it this way: "The Ballard siblings, Mary, Constance, and Barry, live in an old house in Washington, D.C. With Constance getting married, their aunts, Isabelle and Frances, want Mary to close up the house. However, Mary feels responsible for Barry, so she has taken the bold step of renting the Tower Room to a gentleman."