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Excerpt from Atlantic Narratives: Modern Short Stories
For helpful aid in the preparation of this volume, I am indebted to many English teachers, more particularly to Miss Anna Shaughnessy, of the English department in the Newton High School. Houghton Mitﬂin Company has generously granted me permission to use Mr. Husband's 'the Story of a coal-mine.' Mr. George B. Ives, expert critic and proof-reader, of the Atlantic Monthly staff, has read and revised the proofs. Most of all, however, I am indebted to Mr. Ellery Sedgwick, editor of the Atlantic Monthly, whose friendly counsel and literary acumen have been Of constant service.
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