The mythical Puck of Shakespeare's "Midsummer Night's Dream" becomes embodied and engages to the full his powers of mischief upon an innocent suburbanite with a hobby for gardening. Puck, ... See full summary »

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The mythical Puck of Shakespeare's "Midsummer Night's Dream" becomes embodied and engages to the full his powers of mischief upon an innocent suburbanite with a hobby for gardening. Puck, however, is possessed of a conscience, for he invariably remedies the havoc his pranks have made, even to the marvelous restoration, limb by limb, of the suburbanite to the bosom of his grieving family. Puck's pranks, throughout the series, divert with uproarious laughter, as well as mystify by the marvelous appearances and disappearances for which he is responsible. Puck, with a total disregard of the law of gravity, causes horticultural debris to take form and resume wonted shapes and places upon the greenhouse shelves. But perhaps the most mysterious event of a magic series is the literal dissolution of the suburbanite in the heat of the greenhouse, nothing but his clothes remaining. Wonderful and magical floral growths are introduced, by means of which the ordinary, barren suburban garden takes ... Written by Urban-Eclipse catalogue

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March 1907 (USA)  »

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