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Wanted—7 Fearless Engineers!Tremaine, Frederick Orlin, 1899-1956en2008-10-17
Wanted, a Young Woman to Do Housework Business principles applied to houseworkBarker, C. Hélène, 1868-enDomestics; Home economics2004-11-22
Studies and Essays: Concerning LettersGalsworthy, John, 1867-1933enA novelist's allegory -- Some platitudes concerning drama -- Meditation on finality -- Wanted: Schooling -- On our dislike of things as they are -- The windlestraw.2004-09-24
The Girl WantedWaterman, Nixon, 1859-1944enConduct of life; Girls2008-09-21
The King Nobody WantedLangford, Norman F., 1914-enLear, John [Illustrator]2006-08-20
Wanted—A Match MakerFord, Paul Leicester, 1865-1902en2004-12-09
War of the ClassesLondon, Jack, 1876-1916enThe class struggle -- The tramp -- The scab -- The question of the maximum -- A review -- Wanted: a new law of development -- How I became a socialistSocialism -- United States; Social problems; Working class -- United States1998-02-01
Three Elephant Power and Other StoriesPaterson, A. B. (Andrew Barton), 1864-1941enThree elephant power -- The Oracle -- The cast-iron canvasser -- The Merino sheep -- The bullock -- White-when-he's-wanted -- The downfall of Mulligan's -- The amateur gardener -- Thirsty Island -- Dan Fitzgerald explains -- The cat -- Sitting in judgment -- The dog -- The dog as a sportsman -- Concerning a steeplechase rider -- Victor second -- Concerning a dog-fight -- His masterpiece -- Done for the double.Frontier and pioneer life -- Australia -- Fiction; Australia -- Social life and customs -- Fiction; Short stories, Australian2008-06-29
The Violet Fairy BookLang, Andrew, 1844-1912enA Tale of the Tontlawald -- The finest Liar in the World -- The Story of three wonderful Beggars -- Schippeitaro -- The Three Princes and their Beasts -- The Goat's Ears of the Emperor Trojan -- The Nine Pea-hens and the Golden Apples -- The Lute Player -- The Grateful Prince -- The Child who came from an Egg -- Stan Bolovan -- The Two Frogs -- The Story of a Gazelle -- How a Fish swam in the Air and a Hare in the Water -- Two in a Sack -- The Envious Neighbour -- The Fairy of the Dawn -- The Enchanted Knife -- Jesper who herded the Hares -- The Underground Workers -- The History of Dwarf Long Nose -- The Nunda, Eater of People -- The Story of Hassebu -- The Maiden with the Wooden Helmet -- The Monkey and the Jelly-fish -- The Headless Dwarfs -- The young Man who would have his Eyes opened -- The Boys with the Golden Stars -- The Frog -- The Princess who was hidden Underground -- The Girl who pretended to be a Boy -- The Story of Halfman -- The Prince who wanted to see the World -- Virgililus the Sorcerer -- Mogarzea and his Son.Fairy tales; Folklore1996-09-01
The Wit and Humor of America, Volume IX (of X)VariousenA Ballade of Ping-Pong, by Noble -- The Boat that Ain't, by Irwin -- Budge and Toddie, by Habberton -- A Cavalier's Valentine, by Scollard -- Conscientious Curate and the Beauteous Ballet Girl, by Rose -- The Country School, by Anonymous -- Evan Anderson's Poker Party, by Stevenson -- The Experiences of Gentle Jane, by Wells -- A Few Reflections, by Arp -- A Great Celebrator, by Nye -- The Gusher, by Loomis -- He Wanted to Know, by Foss -- The Hoss, by Riley -- How I Spoke the Word, by Stanton -- How Jimaboy Found Himself, by Lynde -- How the Money Goes, by Saxe -- "Hullo!", by Foss -- The Lugubrious Whing-Whang, by Riley -- The Millionaires, by Adeler -- The Mystery of Gilgal, by Hay -- Natural Philosophy, by Drummond -- The Nine Little Goblins, by Riley -- The Old-Fashioned Choir, by Taylor -- Our Polite Parents, by Wells -- Our Very Wishes, by Spofford -- A Reflective Retrospect, by Saxe -- A Rule of Three, byRice -- The Runaway Toys, by Stanton -- Soldier, Rest!, by Burdette -- The Tale of the Tangled Telegram, by Nesbit -- A Threnody, by Lanigan -- Tim Flannigan's Mistake, by Amsbary -- The University Intelligence Office, by Bangs -- The Warrior, by Field -- When Doctors Disagree, by Kiser -- When the Little Boy Ran Away, by Stanton -- The Widow Bedott's Visitor, by Whicher.Wilder, Marshall Pinckney, 1859-1915 [Editor]American wit and humor; American literature -- Humor2008-01-26
Complete Project Gutenberg John Galsworthy WorksGalsworthy, John, 1867-1933enThe Forsyte Saga: 1. The Man of Property; 2. Indian Summer of a Forsyte In Chancery; 3. Awakening To Let -- The Dark Flower -- The Freelands Beyond -- Villa Rubein and Other Stories: A Man of Devon; A Knight; Salvation of a Forsyte; The Silence -- Saint's Progress -- The Island Pharisees -- The Country House -- Fraternity -- The Patrician -- The Burning Spear -- Five Short Tales: The First and Last; A Stoic; The Apple Tree; The Juryman; Indian Summer of a Forsyte -- Inn of Tranquility -- Magpie over the Hill -- Sheep-shearing -- Evolution -- Riding in the Mist -- The Procession -- A Christian -- Wind in the Rocks -- My Distant Relative -- The Black Godmother -- Quality -- The Grand Jury -- Gone -- Threshing -- That Old-time Place -- Romance--three Gleams -- Memories -- Felicity -- A Novelist's Allegory -- Some Platitudes Concerning Drama -- Meditation on Finality -- Wanted--Schooling -- On Our Dislike of Things as They Are -- The Windlestraw -- About Censorship -- Vague Thoughts on Art -- Plays-First Series: The Silver Box -- Joy -- Strife -- Second Series: The Eldest Son -- The Little Dream -- Justice -- Third Series: The Fugitive -- The Pigeon -- The Mob -- Fourth Series: A Bit O' Love -- The Foundations -- The Skin Game -- Six Short Plays: The First and The Last -- The Little Man -- Hall-marked -- Defeat -- The Sun -- Punch and Go -- Fifth Series: A Family Man -- Loyalties -- Windows.Literature -- Collections; English literature -- 20th century2004-09-27
The Wit and Humor of America, Volume I. (of X.)VariousenAnatole Dubois at de Horse Show, by Amsbary -- The Billville Spirit Meeting, by Stanton -- The British Matron, by Hawthorne -- The Champion Checker-Player of Ameriky, by Riley -- Colonel Sterett's Panther Hunt, by Lewis -- A Cry from the Consumer, by Nesbit -- The Curse of the Competent, by Finn -- Darby and Joan, by Honeywood -- The Day We Do Not Celebrate, by Burdette -- The Deacon's Masterpiece; or, The Wonderful "One-Hoss Shay", by Holmes -- The Deacon's Trout, by Beecher -- A Disappointment, by O'Reilly -- Distichs, by Hay -- Down Around the River, by Riley -- Enough, by Masson -- The Experiences of the A.C., by Taylor -- The Feast of the Monkeys, by Sousa -- The Fighting Race, by Clarke -- The Grammatical Boy, by Nye -- Grizzly-Gru, by Ironquill -- John Henry in a Street Car, by McHugh -- Laffing, by Billings -- A Letter from Mr. Biggs, by Howe -- A Medieval Discoverer, by Nye -- Melons, by Harte -- The Menagerie, by Moody -- Mrs. Johnson, by Howells -- The Muskeeter, by Billings -- My Grandmother's Turkey-Tail Fan, by Peck -- Myopia, by Rice -- An Odyssey of K's, by Nesbit -- The Old Maid's House: In Plan, by Phelps -- The Organ, by Beecher -- Partingtonian Patchwork, by Shillaber -- Pass, by Ironquill -- The Pettibone Lineage, by Fields -- A Psalm of Life, by Cary -- The Purple Cow, by Burgess -- The Quarrel, by Kiser -- Similar Cases, by Gilman -- Simple English, by Rose -- Spelling Down the Master, by Eggleston -- Stage Whispers, by Wells -- Teaching by Example, by Saxe -- The Tragedy of It, by Noble -- The Turnings of a Bookworm, by Wells -- Wanted--A Cook, by Dale -- What Mr. Robinson Thinks, by Lowell -- When Albani Sang, by Drummond -- When the Frost is on the Punkin, by Riley -- Why Moles Have Hands, by Culbertsonn -- Wouter Van Twiller, by Irving -- The Yankee Dude'll Do, by Kiser.Wilder, Marshall Pinckney, 1859-1915 [Editor]American wit and humor; American literature -- Humor2006-05-28

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