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The Project Gutenberg EBook of The City and the World and Other Stories
by Francis Clement Kelley

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Title: The City and the World and Other Stories

Author: Francis Clement Kelley

Release Date: March 23, 2005 [EBook #15444]

Language: English

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_The City and the World_
and Other Stories

BY

FRANCIS CLEMENT KELLEY


Author of

"The Last Battle of the Gods," "Letters to Jack."
"The Book of Red and Yellow." Etc., Etc.


SECOND EDITION


EXTENSION PRESS
223 W. Jackson Boulevard
CHICAGO

1913




PREFACE


These stories were not written at one time, nor were they intended
for publication in book form. For the most part they were
contributions to _Extension Magazine_, of which the author is Editor,
and which is, above all, a missionary publication. Most of them,
therefore, were intended primarily to be appeals, as well as stories.
In fact, there was not even a remote idea in the author's mind when he
wrote them that some day they might be introduced to other readers
than those reached by the magazine itself. In fact, he might almost
say that the real object of most of the stories was to present a
Catholic missionary appeal in a new way. Apparently the stories
succeeded in doing that, and a few of them were made up separately in
booklets and used for the propaganda work of The Catholic Church
Extension Society. Then came a demand for the collection, so the
writer consented to allow the stories to appear in book form; hoping
that, thus gathered together, his little appeals for what he considers
the greatest cause in the world may win a few new friends to the ideas
which gave them life and name.

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