This book was widely reviewed in provincial and even American as well as London papers. The Leamington Spa Courier and Warwickshire Standard called it a real, living, human production, and one which must ever be...
, the dedicatee, in his prefatory piece (like W. Stewart Ross
commenting on The Story of Ijain) defends FD
's work not only by assertion (it is a a marvel of thought...
Dixie, Florence, and William Stewart Ross. The Story of Ijain. Leadenhall Press, 1903.
She said she had been writing the longer version for twenty-five years. The volume had an epilogue by William Stewart Ross
, a secularist, former Presbyterian minister, and editor of the journal where it appeared...