Published 1900 onward

If You Touch Them They Vanish

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Gouverneur Morris

"No man who has not endured solitude in long doses knows how vivid, real, and necessary people and things of the imagination may become…

Caliban by the Yellow Sands

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Percy MacKaye

Caliban, the primitive, savage son of the witch Sycorax and the evil frog-tiger god Setebos, seeks to obtain knowledge and become civilized …


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Charles G. Norris

Bread by Charles G. Norris reads like a working class Great Gatsby with a tragic female main character. The author is said to have influence…

Der Schrei

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Stanisław Przybyszewski

Der Roman ist eine Erinnerung an die Berliner Bohème-Zeit des Autors. Przybyszewsk erhielt die Anregung zu diesem Werk, als ihm der b…

Short Stories from Locomotive Engineers Journal, Volume 52

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These short stories are taken from the Locomotive Engineers Journal, Volume 52 which covers the year, 1918. Don't expect any trains -- these…

Nell and Her Grandfather

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If you have heard of the Dickens novel, The Old Curiosity Shop, and remember Nell Trent, the beautiful and virtuous young girl of "not …


Read by Cori Samuel

Virginia Woolf

A fictional biography following the adventures of Orlando: initially a gentleman, later a lady — always a poet — who romps through British h…

Laughter Limited

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Nina Wilcox Putnam

When some people write the story of their life it is a sign that they are dead. There are in the motion-picture world also a class of dead …

Harmer John; An Unworldly Story

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Hugh Walpole

Hjalmar Johanson (novel, 1926) is a boyish unworldly Swedish body builder come to Walpole’s fictional cathedral town of Polchester. His name…

Fame and Fortune Weekly No. 2: Born to Good Luck; or The Boy Who Succeeded

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Frank Tousey

Dick Armstrong is an enterprising young man who works his way out of a slave-labor situation to become a successful businessman at only age …

Visha Vahini

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Ramanuja Rao Somaraju

Visha Vahini is a social drama novel which reflects the ‘social relationships’ in southern India in early 1900's. The main character in this…

The Yarn of Old Harbour Town

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William Clark Russell

This novel opens in 1805, during the Napoleonic Wars between England and France. A retired sailor, Captain Acton, reminisces about his time …

סיפורים (Stories)

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מיכה יוסף ברדיצ'בסקי Micha Josef Berdyczewski

It's Like This, Cat (Version 3)

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Emily Neville

The Newbery-winning novel about 14-year-old Dave Mitchell, coming of age in New York City in the 1960s. A first-person narrative of everyday…

Some Everyday Folk and Dawn

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Miles Franklin

It is 1904 and women's suffrage has hit the small town of Noonoon. Though the election campaigners preen themselves for the women's vote, th…

The Recording Angel

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Edwin Arnold Brenholtz

"The Recording Angel," by Edwin Arnold Brenholtz, is one of the earliest examples of an American proletarian novel, a work intende…

Bee and Butterfly, A Tale of Two Cousins

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Lucy Foster Madison

The wonderful evolution of a caterpillar, or grub, into a beautifully winged creature must inspire admiration in everyone. More marvelous st…

Das Joch des Krieges

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Leonid Nikolayevich Andreyev

Ergreifender Anti-Kriegs-Roman in Tagebuchform, zu dem sich der Autor durch den Ausbruch des Ersten Weltkrieges zu schreiben veranlasst sah …

Portrait Of A Man With Red Hair; A Romantic Macabre

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Hugh Walpole

Is the father insane or merely sadistic, a man entombed in a spirit of malevolence? This 1925 novel by a perceptive observer explores the te…

Rose Cottingham

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Netta Syrett

Rose Cottingham, orphaned at an early age, is being raised in the repressive household of her grandmother, who has old-fashioned ideas about…

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