Through the Magic Door
by Arthur Conan Doyle
Publisher: The McClure Company 1908
Number of pages: 328
Through the Magic Door is Conan Doyle's casually eloquent tour of the cherished books on his own shelves. As the author surveys the contents of his treasured bookroom, each book prompts an essay in appreciation, affectionate reflections both personal and literary.
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