Twin Tales

Twin tales: Are All Men Alike, and The Lost Titian  (1921) 
by Arthur Stringer

Twin tales is two novellas in one volume: "Are All Men Alike," and "The Lost Titian". The first, a romantic comedy with interludes of melodrama (or perhaps the other way round); the other a curious tale about a curio collector and the things which intrigue him: a picturesquely ruined house, an even more picturesque girl, and—could those be old masters?

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TWIN TALES


Are All Men Alike

and

The Lost Titian


By
ARTHUR STRINGER


INDIANAPOLIS
THE BOBBS-MERRILL COMPANY
PUBLISHERS

Copyriqht 1920
McClure's Magazine, Inc.

Copyright 1920
The Curtis Publishing Company

Copyright 1921
The Bobbs-Merrill Publishing Company



Printed in the United States of America


PRESS OF
BRAUNWORTH & CO.
BOOK MAMUFACTURERS
BROOKLYN, N. Y.

TWIN TALES



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