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Mankind in the Making

by H. G. Wells

One of the primary motivations behind H. G. Wells most popular science fiction works was his exploration of the factors that could help or harm society. As a result, many of his novels and short stories explored...


The Broken Road

by A. E. W. Mason

This tale set in colonial India underscores the pervasive sense of dislocation that imperialism often leaves in its wake. A well-born young man from India travels to England for schooling. When he returns, he...


Florence Nightingale: The Angel of the Crimea, a Story for Young People

by Laura E. Richards

Florence Nightingale is best remembered as a "ministering angel" who selflessly served wounded soldiers during the Crimean War, but her lasting achievements extend far past her service on the battlefield. Though...


A Journey in Southeastern Mexico

by Henry Howard Harper

In this detailed travelogue, author Henry Howard Harper recounts his extended tour through the Mexican regions of Campeche, Tabasco, and Yucatan, conveying a vivid sense of the country's rugged landscape, vibrant...


The Jewel Merchants: A Comedy in One Act

by James Branch Cabell

Set in early sixteenth-century Tuscany, this short comedic romp from author James Branch Cabell explores the moral lassitude and selective ethics of a coterie of businessmen. It's a thoroughly entertaining look...


What Is Coming?: A Forecast of Things After the War

by H. G. Wells

World War I forever altered the course of human history, and thinkers and activists around the globe were galvanized by the goal of developing ideas and means by which to avoid future conflicts. In What Is Coming?...


The Research Magnificent

by H. G. Wells

William Porphyry Benham, the protagonist of H. G. Wells' thought-provoking allegory The Research Magnificent, has dedicated his entire life to one sole purpose: embodying the life of an aristocrat. For him,...


Confessions of a Thug

by Philip Meadows Taylor

The Thuggees were a roving tribe of assassins and criminals who terrorized India for centuries. This fictionalized autobiography of a member of the Thuggees was a runaway bestseller in nineteenth-century England....


A Stable for Nightmares: Weird Tales

by Sheridan Le Fanu & Sir Charles L. Young

Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu was one of the foremost writers of ghost stories in the Victorian era, penning such renowned works as Uncle Silas and In a Glass Darkly. This collection of spine-tingling short stories...


Security

by Poul Anderson

The importance of personal freedom is a key theme that runs throughout the work of science fiction writer Poul Anderson, and it is perhaps most directly explored in the novella Security. The story imagines a...


Hellenica

by Xenophon & H. G. Dakyns

Xenophon was a Greek soldier who played a key role in several military skirmishes and attacks throughout his life. Later in his life, he began to write down his recollections of these battles and other key political...


Self Mastery through Conscious Autosuggestion

by Emile Coué

French psychologist Emile Coue developed an interest in the power of hypnosis early in his career. In this volume, Coue offers practical tips and advice to readers seeking to overcome problems and bad habits...


Vrouw Grobelaar and Her Leading Cases: Seventeen Short Stories

by Perceval Gibbon

If you like your classic detective tales served with a heaping dose of local color and a cast of indelibly written characters, you'll love Vrouw Grobelaar and Her Leading Cases. This collection of seventeen...


Surly Tim: A Lancashire Story

by Frances Hodgson Burnett

Lancashire laborer Tim Hibblethwaite has a bad reputation, and employers around town have started to talk about his grumpy disposition and unwillingness to cooperate. Is there anyone who is willing to overlook...


The Passionate Friends

by H. G. Wells

Science fiction innovator H. G. Wells held many progressive political and social views, and many of his novels and short stories served as vehicles through which he sought to disseminate his opinions. In The...


Plays of Gods and Men

by Lord Dunsany

Irish aristocrat Lord Dunsany was a wealthy man of leisure, but when it came to the craft of writing, he was productive and prolific, creating nearly 100 works in his lifetime, many of which are cited as important...


From a Swedish Homestead

by Selma Lagerloef & Jessie Brochner

The first woman to win the Nobel Prize in literature, Swedish author Selma Lagerloef rejected the gritty realism that was emerging as a literary trend in the early twentieth century and instead infused her stories...


Duel on Syrtis

by Poul Anderson

What happens when hunters grow weary of pursuing traditional game? In the future imagined by Poul Anderson in the story "Duel on Syrtis," wealthy sportsman Riordan has upped the stakes by traveling across the...


The Sensitive Man

by Poul Anderson

The Sensitive Man is one of science fiction scribe Poul Anderson's novels about the Psychotechnic Institute and its members, many of whom possess extraordinary extrasensory powers. In this installment, prominent...


My Friend Annabel Lee

by Mary Maclane

Canadian-born memoirist Mary MacLane broke significant literary ground in the early twentieth century with her disarmingly frank and candid autobiographical writing. In this volume, MacLane probes her relationship...