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Lines, On Hearing That Lady Byron Was Ill

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George Gordon, Lord Byron


Here is a bitterly sarcastic poem wherein a jilted Lord Byron spits out his distain for his estranged wife, Lady Byron, laying a curse upon …

A Ship, an Isle, a Sickle Moon

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James Elroy Flecker


Of all recent poets of his kind, Flecker is the most successful. The classical tradition of poetry has been mocked and mutilated by many of …

Cock-House at Fellsgarth

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Talbot Baines Reed


A classic English Public School story with all the usual suspects: unruly juniors, wise upper form boys, and an outcast. Summary by Von

The Works of Guy de Maupassant, Volume 3: The Viaticum and Other Stories

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Guy de Maupassant


This is volume is a collection of 50 of de Maupassant's short stories. Summary by James K. White.

Bringing up the Boy

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Carl Werner


''Bringing up the Boy'' is, according to its subtitle, ''A Message to Fathers and Mothers from a Boy of Yesterday concerning the Men of To-m…

The Czar's Spy: The Mystery of a Silent Love (version 2)

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William Le Queux


A mysterious burgary of the British Consulate at Leghorn, coupled with the even more mysterious visit of an English yacht, leads to a trail …

Short Poetry Collection 180

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Various


This is a collection of 50 poems read in English by LibriVox volunteers for May 2018.

Leben und Taten des scharfsinnigen Edlen Don Quixote von la Mancha, Band 1

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Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra


Genauso farbenfroh, lebensklug, amüsant und mitreißend wie zu seiner Enstehungszeit wirken die zeitlosen Abenteuer des selbsterna…

The World's Best Poetry, Volume 4: The Higher Life (Part 1)

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Various


The fourth of ten volumes of poetry edited by Canadian poet laureate Bliss Carman (1861-1929). This collection, the first of two parts, incl…

Life and Adventures of Jack Engle: An AutoBiography

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Walt Whitman


This story ran as a serial in 1852 in the New York Sunday Dispatch, and for more than 160 years was buried in obscurity, unknown to the worl…

The Cheery Way, a Bit of Verse for Every Day - March

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John Kendrick Bangs


There should be a bit of poetry in every day, and John Kendrick Bangs wrote a fitting poem for each day in the year. In 1920, a book was pub…

Planet of the Damned

Read by Phil Chenevert


Harry Harrison


Space derring Do. Lots of fun. - Summary by phil chenevert

The Three Musketeers, Version 2

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Alexandre Dumas


D’Artagnan, son of a poor Gascon aristocrat, travels to Paris to seek his fortune. His family connections enable him to obtain a position in…

Baseball Joe at Yale

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Howard R. Garis


"Baseball Joe" Matson's great ambition is to become a professional baseball pitcher. The Baseball Joe series follows his career as…

The Path of Dreams

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Leigh Gordon Giltner


This is a volume of poetry by American poet Leigh Gordon Giltner. - Summary by Carolin

A Lover's Litanies

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Eric Mackay


This is a volume of ten special love poems. - Summary by Carolin

Undertones

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Madison Cawein


This is a collection of poems by Madison Cawein. This volume includes some of the magnificent nature descriptions that Cawein is famous for,…

Celebrated Crimes, Vol. 8: Part 3: The Marquise de Ganges

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Alexandre Dumas


The assassination of Diane de Joannis de Chateaublanc (the Marquise de Ganges) is a fitting tale to conclude Dumas’ celebrated crimes series…

The Tale of Jolly Robin

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Arthur Scott Bailey


Arthur Scott Bailey, a native of the state of Vermont, wrote over forty children's books using a variety of animals, birds and even insects …

The Cheery Way, a Bit of Verse for Every Day - April

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John Kendrick Bangs


There should be a bit of poetry in every day, and John Kendrick Bangs wrote a fitting poem for each day in the year. In 1920, a book was pub…

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