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1913. From the play by Daniel D. Carter. Illustrated with scenes from the play. The book begins: There was a sudden, tense silence in the courtroom as the judge on the bench lifted his head, and stared steadfastly at the prisoner in the dock. There was all the dignity of justice in the spare, erect form of the old man who was to voice the law's decree, a dignity emphasized by the grave face, in which the usual kindly lines were now blotted out under the aspect of compelled judicial severity.