Rembrandt-like study of the kindling of the fire in the traveller's first bivouac on
the banks of the Jordan, the first rest under the black tents of the Bedouins,
when he became the ' life and soul of the ragamuffin party.' No scene is more
cliaracteristic of his mastery in his own peculiar manner than his graceful study
of the maiden of Bethlehem." Quarterly Review.
WILLIAM BLACKWOOD & SONS, Edinburgh and London.
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