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The Fates of the Princes of Dyfed

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Cenydd Morus


Cenydd Morus's (Kenneth Morris) imaginative retelling of tales from the Mabinogion, the great work of Welsh literature first recorded in the…

Child Christopher and Goldilind the Fair

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William Morris


A prose romance set in the forested kingdom of Oakenrealm, where a squirrel can go about from end to end without touching the ground, in whi…

Fearsome Creatures of the Lumberwoods

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William T. Cox


A limbless reptilian monster that propels itself through the swamps with a propellor-tipped tail? A creature so ashamed of its monstrous app…

Coniston Tales

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William Gershom Collingwood


A selection of poems and short prose pieces grounded in the landscape, history and legends of Coniston in the English Lake District. W. G. C…

Cecil's Own Book

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Ann Hawkshaw


Ann Hawkshaw's fourth and final collection was published privately and named for her young grandson, Cecil Wedgwood. Written for children, t…

Poems of Emile Verhaeren

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Emile Verhaeren


A selection of poems from Belgian symbolist poet Émile Verhaeren, translated from French by Alma Strettell. Most of the poems selecte…

Who Did It?

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Nat Gould


Following the dissolution of the New South Wales government, Henry Bryce is ready to take on the Labour Party for the seat of Balmain East. …

Aladore

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Sir Henry Newbolt


Ywain, a knight bored with his administrative duties, abandons his estate to his younger brother and goes on a pilgrimage to seek his heart'…

Prose Romances from the Oxford and Cambridge Magazine (1856)

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William Morris


William Morris initiated the genre of high fantasy in a number of short novels written toward the end of his life. But he had already experi…

Poems for my Children

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Ann Hawkshaw


Published in 1847, five years after her epic poem, 'Dionysus the Areopagite', 'Poems For My Children' was Ann Hawkshaw's second collection o…

Three Accounts of Peterloo

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Francis Archibald Bruton


A companion volume to F.A. Bruton's 'The Story of Peterloo', the full title of this short collection is 'Three Accounts of Peterloo by Eyewi…

North Lancashire

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John Edward Marr


Cambridge County Geographies was a 75 volume series covering the counties of England, Scotland and Wales. Separate volumes were produced for…

Six lyrics from the Ruthenian of Taras Shevchenko, also The Song of the Merchan…

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Mikhail Yurevich Lermontov


Poetry by two radical poets, born in the same year, who suffered exile and punishment under the Tsarist Russian empire. Taras Shevchenko is …

The Blue Review, Number 1

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Various


The Blue Review was a short lived monthly journal published in London between May and July 1913. The successor to Rhythm, The Blue Review wa…

Sonnets on Anglo-Saxon History

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Ann Hawkshaw


The history of Britain up to the Norman Conquest in the form of 100 prose commentaries, each followed by a sonnet. The commentaries set the …

Jaufry the Knight and the Fair Brunissende

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Jean-Bernard Mary-Lafon


Taulat de Rugimon arrives at the court of King Arthur and stabs one of Arthur's knights. Jaufry, a young and ambitious knight, sets off in p…

Short Stories (Household Words, 1854-58)

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Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell


Elizabeth Gaskell published 18 short works in Charles Dickens' Household Words between 1850 and 1858. This collection follows the Librivox c…

Dionysius the Areopagite, with other poems

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Ann Hawkshaw


An early figure in the birth of poetry in industrial Manchester, Ann Hawkshaw published three collections and another was circulated private…

Kamakura

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Yone Noguchi


'Kamakura is nothing if she has no history, writes Japanese novelist, poet, and essayist Yone Noguchi. At the turn of the 20th century, Kama…

Exeter

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Frederick W. Heath and Sidney Heath


Exeter, county town of Devon, is one of England's most historic cities with remains of the Roman occupation and medieval times still on view…

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