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Reading of Life, with Other Poems

George Meredith

This is a volume of poetry by George Meredith. The first four poems are the cycle A Circle of Life, the rest of the poems are miscellaneous …

The Book of the Dead

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E. A. Wallis Budge

The Egyptian Book of the Dead, or the Book of Coming Forth by Day, is an Ancient Egyptian funerary text consisting of spells to protect the …

Nature And Art

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Elizabeth Inchbald

This is a novel by the author of the play Lover's Vows which was mentioned in Mansfield Park by Jane Austen. William and Henry come to Londo…

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

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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…

The Notorious Mrs. Ebbsmith

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Arthur Wing Pinero

Lucas Cleeve is living in Venice with a widow, Mrs. Ebbsmith. His relatives do not accept this arrangement and come to intervene. Note that …

The Silver Princess in Oz

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Ruth Plumly Thompson

Young King Randy of Regalia is visited by his old friend, Kabumpo, the Elegant Elephant of Pumperdink. Together, they set out to visit their…

True Stories of Crime from the District Attorney’s Office

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Arthur Cheney Train

Former New York DA Arthur Train tells true crime stories from his time in office. - Summary by Colleen McMahon


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Emma Francis Brooke

Honora Klaper is beautiful, distinguished, smart, and charming. A woman who turns heads. She is on an errand. No, it is not an errand to get…


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Leonard Cline

This is the first published volume of poetry by notable American journalist and author of horror stories Leonard Lanson Cline. These poems w…

Tales of the Uneasy

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Violet Hunt

Nine twisty-turny tales of tragic human drama, played out in Victorian parlors, death beds and lonely country roads. This collection of Viol…

Great Testimony against Scientific Cruelty

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Stephen Coleridge

Vivisection is a pejorative term used by opponents of the practice of performing operations on live animals for the purpose of physiological…

Loafing Along Death Valley Trails; A Personal Narrative Of People And Places

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William Caruthers

William Caruthers was a retired newspaperman who spent 25 years listening to stories told by the inhabitants of Death Valley. This 1951 book…

The Devil is an Ass

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Ben Jonson

An inferior devil, Pug, asks Satan to send him to Earth to tempt men to Evil. But when Pug arrives in 1616 London and sets himself at the Sq…

The Alpine Path: The Story of My Career

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Lucy Maud Montgomery

L.M. Montgomery's autobiography highlighting her childhood and early literary career. Published in 1917 after she had written several novels…

Birds and Nature, Vol. XII, No 1, June 1902

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"Birds and Nature" was a monthly publication of the Nature Study Publishing Company of Chicago. It includes short poems, anecdotes…

The Story of King Arthur, in Twelve Tales

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Winona Caroline Martin

Of all the legends of bygone ages which we in the foremost ranks of time may call our own perhaps none have come to us so fraught with the s…

Howards End (version 3)

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E. M. Forster

Considered Forster's masterpiece and one of the best books of the 20th century, Howards End tackles social conventions of the Edwardian era.…


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Rudyard Kipling

This poem is considered one of the most inspirational guidelines on how to live and act with integrity and develop a winning strategy throug…

Roots and Leaves Themselves Alone

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Walt Whitman

Walter "Walt" Whitman was an American poet, essayist, and journalist, in addition to publishing his poetry—was a volunteer nurse d…

Eighty Seven

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Twelve-year-old Winter Kelland is an orphan indentured to a cold, harsh farming couple. His one bright spot is eight-year-old Vine, a neighb…

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