Hearts and Masks
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Hearts and Masks

By Harold MacGrath
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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, Hearts and Masks, by Harold MacGrath, Illustrated by Harrison Fisher
    • E-text prepared by Al Haines
      • [Frontispiece: Five people dressed for costume ball, four sitting, one standing.]
    • [Frontispiece: Five people dressed for costume ball, four sitting, one standing.]
  • HEARTS AND MASKS
    • BY
    • HAROLD MACGRATH
      • Author of The Puppet Crown, The Grey Cloak, The Man on the Box
        • WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY HARRISON FISHER
        • New York GROSSET & DUNLAP Publishers
      • WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY HARRISON FISHER
      • New York GROSSET & DUNLAP Publishers
      • TO MY WIFE
      • CONTENTS
      • List of Illustrations
      • Five people dressed for costume ball, four sitting, one standing ……… Frontispiece
      • The handsomest girl I had set eyes upon in a month of moons.
      • "This is what I want. How much?" I inquired.
      • Turning, I beheld an exquisite Columbine.
      • I led her over to a secluded nook. We sat down.
      • And there we sat, calmly munching the apples.
      • "Madame, will you do me the honor to raise your mask?"
      • We watched the girl as she bathed and bandaged the wounded arm.
      • With a contented sigh she rested her blue-slippered feet on the brass fender.
    • Author of The Puppet Crown, The Grey Cloak, The Man on the Box
      • WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY HARRISON FISHER
      • New York GROSSET & DUNLAP Publishers
    • WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY HARRISON FISHER
    • New York GROSSET & DUNLAP Publishers
    • TO MY WIFE
    • CONTENTS
    • List of Illustrations
    • Five people dressed for costume ball, four sitting, one standing ……… Frontispiece
    • The handsomest girl I had set eyes upon in a month of moons.
    • "This is what I want. How much?" I inquired.
    • Turning, I beheld an exquisite Columbine.
    • I led her over to a secluded nook. We sat down.
    • And there we sat, calmly munching the apples.
    • "Madame, will you do me the honor to raise your mask?"
    • We watched the girl as she bathed and bandaged the wounded arm.
    • With a contented sigh she rested her blue-slippered feet on the brass fender.
  • HEARTS AND MASKS
    • I
      • [Illustration: The handsomest girl I had set eyes upon in a month of moons.]
      • II
        • [Illustration: "This is what I want. How much?" I inquired.]
        • [Illustration: Turning, I beheld an exquisite Columbine.]
      • [Illustration: "This is what I want. How much?" I inquired.]
      • [Illustration: Turning, I beheld an exquisite Columbine.]
      • III
        • [Illustration: I led her over to a secluded nook. We sat down.]
      • [Illustration: I led her over to a secluded nook. We sat down.]
      • IV
        • [Illustration: And there we sat, calmly munching the apples.]
      • [Illustration: And there we sat, calmly munching the apples.]
      • V
      • VI
        • [Illustration: "Madame, will you do me the honor to raise your mask?"]
      • [Illustration: "Madame, will you do me the honor to raise your mask?"]
      • VII
        • [Illustration: With a contented sigh she rested her blue-slippered feet on the brass fender.]
      • [Illustration: With a contented sigh she rested her blue-slippered feet on the brass fender.]
      • VIII
      • IX
        • [Illustration: We watched the girl as she bathed and bandaged the wounded arm.]
      • [Illustration: We watched the girl as she bathed and bandaged the wounded arm.]
    • [Illustration: The handsomest girl I had set eyes upon in a month of moons.]
    • II
      • [Illustration: "This is what I want. How much?" I inquired.]
      • [Illustration: Turning, I beheld an exquisite Columbine.]
    • [Illustration: "This is what I want. How much?" I inquired.]
    • [Illustration: Turning, I beheld an exquisite Columbine.]
    • III
      • [Illustration: I led her over to a secluded nook. We sat down.]
    • [Illustration: I led her over to a secluded nook. We sat down.]
    • IV
      • [Illustration: And there we sat, calmly munching the apples.]
    • [Illustration: And there we sat, calmly munching the apples.]
    • V
    • VI
      • [Illustration: "Madame, will you do me the honor to raise your mask?"]
    • [Illustration: "Madame, will you do me the honor to raise your mask?"]
    • VII
      • [Illustration: With a contented sigh she rested her blue-slippered feet on the brass fender.]
    • [Illustration: With a contented sigh she rested her blue-slippered feet on the brass fender.]
    • VIII
    • IX
      • [Illustration: We watched the girl as she bathed and bandaged the wounded arm.]
    • [Illustration: We watched the girl as she bathed and bandaged the wounded arm.]
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