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The Heart of the Ancient Wood

by Charles G. D. Roberts

Not indolently soft, like that which sifts in green shadow through the leafage of a summer garden, but tense, alertly and mysteriously expectant, was the silence of the forest. It was somehow like a vast bubble...


The Story of a Country Town

by Edgar Watson Howe

SHOULD “The Story of a Country Town” find readers, it may be interesting to them to know that it was written entirely at night, after the writer had finished a hard day’s work as editor and publisher of...


Jim

by Charles G. D. Roberts

Jim’s mother was a big cross-bred bitch, half Newfoundland and half bloodhound, belonging to Black Saunders, one of the hands at the Brine’s Rip Mills. As the mills were always busy, Saunders was always...


The Putnam Hall Encampment

by Arthur M. Winfield

This story is complete in itself but forms the fifth volume in a line issued under the general title of “Putnam Hall Series.” As I have mentioned several times, this series was started at the solicitation...


The Forest Farm

by Peter Rosegger

Rosegger: An Appreciation THE unmistakable trend of our time is the civilisation—which, in its modern form, is largely urbanisation—of the whole habitable globe. From its centres outwards it is thrusting...


Elsket and Other Stories

by Thomas Nelson Page

I spent a month of the summer of 188- in Norway—"Old Norway"—and a friend of mine, Dr. John Robson, who is as great a fisherman as he is a physician, and knows that I love a stream where the trout and I...


The Velveteen Rabbit, or How Toys Become Real: Illustrated

by Margery Williams

The Velveteen Rabbit, or How Toys Become Real: Illustrated. A children's novel written by Margery Williams and illustrated by William Nicholson. It chronicles the story of a stuffed rabbit and his quest to become...


The Girls of Chequertrees

by Marion St John Webb

On a cold, damp January evening a woman sat in the dusk of a fire-lit room gazing through the window. For half an hour she had been sitting there fidgeting impatiently with her hands and feet every few minutes,...


Nancy Dale, Army Nurse

by Ruby Lorraine Radford

Nancy stood on the steps of the train and waved at a misty-eyed couple, a man and woman of middle years. Strange how she could be so close to tears, yet so buoyantly happy all in the same moment. The train began...


Fairy Tales from Many Lands

by Katherine Pyle

THERE was once a king who had three sons, and he had also a golden apple tree, that bore nothing but golden apples, and this tree he loved as though it had been his daughter. The king was never able, however,...


Germinal

by Emile Zola

Germinal is the thirteenth novel in Émile Zola's twenty-volume series Les Rougon-Macquart. Translated by Havelock Ellis (1859-1939). Often considered Zola's masterpiece and one of the most significant novels...


'Boy Wanted'

by Nixon Waterman

In presenting this book of cheerful counsel to his youthful friends, and such of the seniors as are not too old to accept a bit of friendly admonition, the author desires to offer a word of explanation regarding...


The House of Mirth

by Edith Wharton

Selden paused in surprise. In the afternoon rush of the Grand Central Station his eyes had been refreshed by the sight of Miss Lily Bart.


African Titanics

by Abu Bakr Khaal

African Titanics is the untold tale of the African boat people and their desperate exodus to the merciless shores of the Mediterranean. The novel is one of fleeting yet profound friendships, perseverance born...


Motor Matt's Race

by Stanley R. Matthews

"Ye're afeared! Yah, that's what ye are! Motor Matt's scared, an' I never thought ye was afeared o' nothin'. Go ahead! I dare ye!" An automobile—a high-powered roadster—was nosing along through the hills...


The Usurper

by Judith Gautier

Night was nearly gone. All slept in the beautiful bright city of Osaka. The harsh cry of the sentinels, calling one to another on the ramparts, broke the silence, unruffled otherwise save for the distant murmur...


Dig Here!

by Gladys Allen

“But this aunt of yours, Sandy, what’s she like?” Eve asked. She was parked on the couch in my room. Hattie May Lewis, my roommate, stood before the mirror, trying to arrange her straight, straw-colored...


Glitches: A Collection of Short Stories

by Rebekah Lattin-Rawstrone

Recurring nightmares, breast-feeding professors, choking children and late-night intruders populate this first story collection by Rebekah Lattin-Rawstrone. Rich in dysfunction, madness and menace, Glitches...


Lorca's Women

by Alessia Balan

LORCA'S WOMEN are some of the women in the poetic and theatre world of Federico Garcia Lorca who, through these stories, acquire an identity of their own and new life. Bernarda, Yerma, Soledad and the Bride...


The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

by Washington Irving

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow is a short story where myth and mystery are central topics. Published in 1820 and set at the end of Eighteenth Century in the United States, the novel is dominated by the spectral...