Clara Tschudi sbiographies has encouraged me to undertake her last work which was published in Copenhagen in December, 1900. The sketch of the chequered career of Elizabeth of A ustria-H ungary cannot fail to interest, and to the many who know but little beyond the details of her tragic death, the accidents of heredity, environment and sorrow, so accurately treated by the authoress, must prove acceptable. It is but the foreground of human life we can examine with any exactness, and even a profounder study of the Empress-Q ueen than this claims to be, would fail to give more than an outline of events with which she was connected.
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