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Diary Written in the Provincial Lunatic AsylumPengilly, Mary Huestisen2006-05-16
Selections from Five English PoetsenA Song For St. Cecilia's Day, Dryden -- Elegy Written In A Country Churchyard, Gray -- The Traveller, Goldsmith -- The Deserted Village, Goldsmith -- The Cotter's Saturday Night, Burns -- The Ancient Mariner, Coleridge.2004-09-27
A Journal of the Plague Year, written by a citizen who continued all the while in LondonDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731enGreat Fire, London, England, 1666 -- Fiction; Plague -- Fiction; London (England) -- History -- 17th century -- Fiction; Historical fiction2006-01-16
Just So StoriesKipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936enHow the Whale got his Throat -- How the Camel got his Hump -- How the Rhinoceros got its Skin -- How the Leopard got his Spots -- The Elephant's Child -- The Sing-Song of Old Man Kangaroo -- The Beginning of the Armadillos -- How the First Letter was Written -- How the Alphabet was Made -- The Crab that Played with the Sea -- The Cat that walked by Himself -- The Butterfly that Stamped.Animals -- Fiction; Short stories; Children's stories, English2001-08-01
Little Masterpieces of Science: The Naturalist as Interpreter and SeerenThe origin of species in summary / C. Darwin -- How "The origin of species" came to be written / C. Darwin -- The descent of man : the argument in brief / C. Darwin -- Mimicry and other protective resemblances among animals / A. R. Wallace -- Evolution of the horse / T. H. Huxley -- Fighting pests with insects allies / L. O. Howard -- The strange story of the flowers : a chapter in modern botany / G. Iles.Iles, George, 1852-1942 [Editor]Natural history; Evolution (Biology)2009-08-20
Machiavelli, Volume IMachiavelli, Niccolò, 1469-1527enThe Prince was written in Italian in 1513, and published in 1532 by order of Clement VII. The Art of War was probably first published in Italian in 1520. The 1560 English translation here is "The Arte of Warre" by Peter Whitehorne, "StudiThe Art of War The Prince.Political ethics; Political science -- Early works to 1800; War; Florence (Italy) -- History2005-05-06
The Face and the MaskBarr, Robert, 1850-1912enThe woman of stone -- The chemistry of anarchy -- The fear of it -- The metamorphoses of Johnson -- The reclamation of Joe Hollends -- The type-written letter -- The doom of London -- The predicament of De Plonville -- A new explosive -- The great Pegram mystery -- Death cometh soon or late -- High stakes -- "Where ignorance is bliss" -- The departure of Cub McLean -- Old number eighty-six -- Playing with marked cards -- The bruiser's courtship -- The raid on Mellish -- Striking back -- Crandall's choice -- The failure of Bradley -- Ringamy's convert -- A slippery customer -- The sixth bench.2004-11-14
And Even NowBeerbohm, Max, Sir, 1872-1956enHTMLA relic (1918) -- "How shall I word it?" (1910) -- Mobled king (1911) -- Kolniyatsch (1913) -- No. 2. The Pines (1914) -- A letter that was not written (1914) -- Books within books (1914) -- The golden drugget (1918) -- Hosts and guests (1918) -- A point to be remembered by very eminent men (1918) -- Servants (1918) -- Going out for a walk (1918) -- Quia imperfectum (1918) -- Something defeasible (1919) -- "A clergyman" (1918) -- The crime (1920) -- In homes unblest (1919) -- William and Mary (1920) -- On speaking French (1919) -- Laughter (1920).1999-11-01
Autumn Leaves Original Pieces in Prose and VerseenImages of the original pages are available through the Wright American Fiction Project of the Library Electronic Text Service of Indiana University. http://www.letrs.indiana.edu/web/w/wright2/Christmas Revived -- In the Churchyard at Cambridge. A Legend of Lady Lee -- The Little South-wind -- Lines Written at the Close of Dr. Holme's Lectures on English Poetry -- Aunt Molly. A Reminiscence of Old Cambridge -- The Sounds of Morning in Cambridge -- The Sounds of Evening in Cambridge -- To the Near-sighted -- Flower's from a Student's Walks -- Miseries. No. 1 -- Miseries. No. 2 A Dark Night -- Miseries. No. 3 Twine -- Miseries. No. 4 Fresh Air -- Farewell -- Innocent Surprises -- The Old Sailor -- Laughter -- To Stephen -- The Old Church -- "Something than Beauty Dearer" -- A Tale Found in the Repositories of the Abbots of the Middle Ages -- The Sea -- Fashion -- A Growl -- To Jenny Lind -- My Herbarium -- The Ostrich -- Cows -- The Home-beacon -- The Fourth of July -- From the Papers of Reginald Ratcliffe, Esq.Abbot, Anne Wales, 1808-1908 [Editor]2005-11-30




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