Mr. Oppenheim is one of the cleverest weavers of plots who write the English language, and he has many examples of his skill.
Mr. Oppenheim has surpassed himself in "A Maker of History."
Professor Oppenheim subsequently came to the conclusion that it would be better to withhold publication until the end of the war.
Mr. Oppenheim possesses the magic art of narration.New York Herald.
For example, the Oppenheim novels: there are fifty-three of them, and to read them is almost like going on fifty-three tours.
The king was in camp just across the river at Oppenheim with his army.
"The Long Arm" is unlike any of Mr. Oppenheim's other popular stories.
Oppenheim has over a dozen novels, books of poems and essays to his credit.
Oppenheim in a new vein—the story of the love of a novelist of high ideals for an actress.
Prof. Oppenheim has dwelt on vertigo as a dread (see preceding chapter).