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all her successors.
Of these, those who steer warily between the scientific and lifeless and the sentimental and the superficial are still living.
In less philosophical or imaginative setting, the books of actual adventure by Paul du Chaillu deserve mention.
The revolt from Goodrich and Abbott took not only the form of stories of unmixed action but also of the novel assertion that innocent pranks are a legitimate subject for children's books.
These J. T. Trowbridge (1827-1916) and James Otis Kaler (1846– ), authors respectively of the delightful Cudjo's Cave (1864) and Toby Tyler (1867), ventured to exploit with no uneasy eye on the moral effect.
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
See also Book III, Chaps.
VI and X. made a notable success artistic as well as popular with his Story of a bad boy.
A semi-idealized record of his own New England childhood, its only intention was to record zestfully what had really been the life of a boy engaged in no adventurous actions other than ordinary e