Helen's Babies (novel)
Helen's Babies is a humorous novel by American journalist and author John Habberton, first published in 1876.
The book's full title is: Helen's Babies: With Some Account of Their Ways Innocent, Crafty, Angelic, Impish, Witching, and Repulsive, Also, a Partial Record of Their Actions During Ten Days of Their Existence.
In its early editions the author was noted anonymously as "By Their Latest Victim".
The book is cited in George Orwell's 1945 essay "Good Bad Books" as an example of "the kind of book that has no literary pretensions but which remains readable when more serious productions have perished." It is also discussed by Orwell in his 1946 essay "Riding Down from Bangor".
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