| Men of Iron|
|by Howard Pyle|
|The thrilling story, set in England in the time of Henry IV, of how Myles Falworth advances to knighthood and through 'trial by battle' restores the fallen fortunes of his family. With breathless excitement, the reader follows the adventures of the hero, sympathizing with him in his troubles, fighting in his battles, and rejoicing in his good fortunes. Numerous illustrations by the author add to the attractiveness of the volume. Ages 10-14 |
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as copytext, Men of Iron, written and illustrated by
Howard Pyle, New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1919. (Originally published in 1891)
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U.S. law, it entered the public domain 75 years after
its first publication.
There are sixteen original, color and black and white illustrations included in the text.
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