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"MOONSHINE," published by Cupples Upham and Co. of Boston, price one dollar, is the maiden work of F. A. Tupper, a recent graduate of Harvard. The book is a tale of the reconstruction period at the South. and reminds one in its general character of some of Judge Turgee's works. The story is divided into two parts; the first represents the unavailing attempts of a Northern man to overcome Southern prejudice, the record shows the impossibility of freeing a Southern man from the bigoted views which he has been taught from childhood. Immediately after the war, characters such as are described in the book undoubtedly existed in large numbers. but the tendency of latter years has been to soften these rabid sectional views. The work, although slightly overdrawn, is full of life and incident, and ranks with the average reconstruction novel.

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