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The Most Dangerous Game - Richard Connell's Original Masterpiece

by Richard Connell

Richard Edward Connell Jr. (1893 - 1949) was an American author and journalist, probably best remembered for his short story "The Most Dangerous Game". Connell was one of the most popular American short story...


The Mark of Zorro

by Johnston McCulley

This exciting adventure story has achieved immortal fame thanks to the blockbuster film of the same name, starring Douglas Fairbanks-a cinematic triumph that inspired author Johnston McCulley to dedicate it...


The Gold-Bug and Other Tales

by Edgar Allan Poe

A collection of Edgar Allan Poe's very best horror stories: The Fall of the House of Usher; The Murders in the Rue Morgue; The Masque of the Red Death; The Cask of Amontillado; The Gold-Bug; The Black Cat; The...


The Woodlanders

by Thomas Hardy

In the small village of Little Hintock, Giles Winterborne tries to win the hand of his long-time sweetheart, Grace Melbury. Unfortunately, Grace’s father disapproves of the match, and instead encourages his...


Jo's Boys

by Louisa May Alcott

A sequel to the extremely popular Little Men, Jo’s Boys returns to examine the lives of the beloved Plumfield boys, including Tommy, Nat, Dan, Demi, and Emil. Following them through their adult lives, the...


The Voyage Out

by Virginia Woolf

When Rachel Vinrace sets out on a sea voyage to South America aboard her father’s ship, she not only departs from England, but also sails away from her small, insulated life, and her preconceptions about the...


Jacob's Room

by Virginia Woolf

Through the perspectives and voices of various people close to him, Jacob’s Room follows the life of Jacob Flanders from his childhood through to his young adulthood at the cusp of the First World War.

Jacob’s...


Tom Brown's School Days

by Thomas Hughes

Young Tom Brown comes of age in Thomas Hughes’ classic story Tom Brown’s School Days. Sent to a new private school part-way through the year, Tom Brown must navigate the complicated world of private-school...


The Prisoner of Zenda

by Anthony Hope

In the fictional country of Ruritania, Prince Michael drugs and abducts his brother, King Rudolf, on the eve of Rudolf’s coronation. With the help the king’s cousin, who closely resembles Rudolf, the king’s...


Under the Greenwood Tree

by Thomas Hardy

With not one but two secret engagements to contend with, schoolteacher Fancy Day’s attentions are split between Dick Dewey, a member of the church choir and string group, and Mr. Maybold, the new vicar, remarkable...


Mary Barton

by Elizabeth Gaskell

After the death of his wife and the disappearance of one of his daughters, millworker John Barton hopes for a better life for his daughter, Mary. Young and lovely, Mary has caught the attention of the son of...


Cranford

by Elizabeth Gaskell

Mary Smith, a frequent visitor to the small town of Knutsford (Cranford), keeps abreast of the goings-on of the various townsfolk through her numerous correspondences with local friends. Through her letters,...


Tamerlane

by Edgar Allan Poe

This epic poem gives an account of a Turkic ruler named Tamerlane, who conquered kingdoms to win power, while giving up that which his heart desired most.

Despite the fact that his first published works were...


Lenore

by Edgar Allan Poe

After the death of his fiancée, the beautiful Lenore, a young man considers her ascension into the afterlife, and the purpose of mourning for those who the dead leave behind.

Despite the fact that his first...


The Conqueror Worm

by Edgar Allan Poe

A meditation on death and mortality, “The Conqueror Worm” describes a cryptic and ghoulish play that represents the inevitability of death.

Despite the fact that his first published works were books of poetry,...


Annabel Lee

by Edgar Allan Poe

After the death of the beautiful Annabel Lee, a young man contemplates their love story—the passionate love in their youth, and the love that continues even after her passing.

Despite the fact that his first...


The Raven

by Edgar Allan Poe

While lamenting the loss of his love, Lenore, a man receives a visit from a mysterious and unsettling raven who only utters one word: “Nevermore.”

Despite the fact that his first published works were books...


The Facts In The Case Of M. Valdemar

by Edgar Allan Poe

An unnamed narrator performs a remarkable experiment when he hypnotizes a man In articulo mortis—at the point of death. Because the story wasn’t identified as fiction when it was first published in 1845,...


The Oval Portrait

by Edgar Allan Poe

In this story of artistic obsession, a wounded man finds shelter in an abandoned château in the Appenines and with his valet settles into a small apartment in a remote turret. The oddly shaped room is full...


The Gold Bug

by Edgar Allan Poe

On Sullivan’s Island in Charleston Harbor, William Legrand is—literally and figuratively—bitten by a gold bug and, thereafter, he becomes fixated on the idea of lost treasure. With his servant, Jupiter,...