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The Dragon Painter

By Mary McNeil Fenollosa
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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, The Dragon Painter, by Mary McNeil Fenollosa, Illustrated by Gertrude McDaniel
    • E-text prepared by Al Haines
      • Cover artwork
      • "Another step, and she was in the room."
    • Cover artwork
    • "Another step, and she was in the room."
  • The Dragon Painter
    • By
    • Mary McNeil Fenollosa
      • Author of "Truth Dexter," "The Breath of the Gods," "Out of the Nest: A Flight of Verses," etc.
      • Illustrated by Gertrude McDaniel
        • Boston Little, Brown, and Company 1906
      • Boston Little, Brown, and Company 1906
      • TO KANO YEITAN
    • Author of "Truth Dexter," "The Breath of the Gods," "Out of the Nest: A Flight of Verses," etc.
    • Illustrated by Gertrude McDaniel
      • Boston Little, Brown, and Company 1906
    • Boston Little, Brown, and Company 1906
    • TO KANO YEITAN
    • CONTENTS
    • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
      • "Another step, and she was in the room" . . . Frontispiece
      • "With the soft tuft of camel hair he blurred against the peak pale, luminous vapor of new cloud
      • "He walked up and down, sometimes in the narrow room, sometimes in the garden"
      • "'Come, Dragon Wife,' he said, 'come back to our little home'"
      • "Umè-ko leaned over instantly, staring down into the stream"
      • "Then a little hand, stealing from a nun's gray sleeve, slipped into his"
    • "Another step, and she was in the room" . . . Frontispiece
    • "With the soft tuft of camel hair he blurred against the peak pale, luminous vapor of new cloud
    • "He walked up and down, sometimes in the narrow room, sometimes in the garden"
    • "'Come, Dragon Wife,' he said, 'come back to our little home'"
    • "Umè-ko leaned over instantly, staring down into the stream"
    • "Then a little hand, stealing from a nun's gray sleeve, slipped into his"
  • THE DRAGON PAINTER
    • I
      • II
      • III
      • IV
      • V
      • "With the soft tuft of camel hair he blurred against the peak pale, luminous vapor of new cloud."
      • "He walked up and down, sometimes in the narrow room, sometimes in the garden."
      • VI
      • VII
      • "'Come, Dragon Wife,' he said, 'come back to our little home.'"
      • VIII
      • "Umè-ko leaned over instantly, staring down into the stream."
      • IX
      • X
      • XI
      • "Then a little hand, stealing from a nun's gray sleeve, slipped into his."
    • II
    • III
    • IV
    • V
    • "With the soft tuft of camel hair he blurred against the peak pale, luminous vapor of new cloud."
    • "He walked up and down, sometimes in the narrow room, sometimes in the garden."
    • VI
    • VII
    • "'Come, Dragon Wife,' he said, 'come back to our little home.'"
    • VIII
    • "Umè-ko leaned over instantly, staring down into the stream."
    • IX
    • X
    • XI
    • "Then a little hand, stealing from a nun's gray sleeve, slipped into his."
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