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The Flirt

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Booth Tarkington

Laura and Cora Madison and their younger brother Hedrick live with their parents in a Midwestern American town that is fairly bursting with …

Death in Venice

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Thomas Mann

Thomas Mann, author of Death in Venice (German: Der Tod in Venedig) was a winner of the Nobel Prize for literature. The main character in th…


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Ivan Turgenev

Smoke is an 1867 novel by the highly acclaimed Russian writer Ivan Turgenev (1818–1883) that tells the gripping story of a secret love affai…

Love in a Mask, or Imprudence and Happiness

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Honoré de Balzac

Love in a Mask, or Imprudence and Happiness, is an entertaining short novel by Honoré de Balzac, unpublished in his lifetime. Beginni…

The Four Stragglers

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Frank L. Packard

This thrilling novel teems with intrigue and unforgettable characters. It opens during WWI with a few allied soldiers lost at night behind G…

Pierre & Jean

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Guy de Maupassant

This short novel’s titular characters are brothers. An old family friend dies, leaving without explanation his entire fortune to Jean, the y…

The Shadow

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Arthur Stringer

A manhunt for a bank robber takes a determined and fixated New York City detective on a gripping, globe-spanning adventure, with many plot t…

The Dark

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Leonid Nikolayevich Andreyev

The Dark is a novella about a desperate young man, a “terrorist and nihilist”, trying to avoid arrest by taking refuge in a brothel. The sto…

From North Carolina to Southern California Without a Ticket and How I Did It

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John Peele

"... I have decided to write an account of a few of the many adventures and dangers that befell me while making my way, practically wit…

Take it From Dad

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George Livermore and George G. Livermore

Take It From Dad is a collection of letters written by a father to his son, Ted, at boarding school, away from home for the first time. In e…

Uncle Wiggily's Fortune

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Howard R. Garis

Uncle Wiggily Longears is the main character of a series of children's stories by American author Howard R. Garis. He began writing the stor…


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Ivan Turgenev

Rudin is the first and perhaps least known novel by Ivan Turgenev, a famous Russian writer best known for his short stories and the novel Fa…

Eighteen Months' Imprisonment

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Donald Shaw

This is an absorbing memoir of an inmate's experiences and impressions while in a London prison. He describes himself as "a man of educ…

The Logic of Vegetarianism

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Henry Salt

With clear logic and entertaining dialogues, the author presents many reasons for a vegetarian rather than a “flesh-eating” diet, and his ar…

The Power of a Lie

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Johan Bojer

Norby is requested to guarantee a bank loan for Wangen and he obliges, signing the loan document in the presence of a witness. Some time lat…

The Doom of London

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Fred M. White

Here are six stories, each one describing a disaster afflicting London, that were popularly serialized during 1903-1904 in Pearson’s Magazin…

A Lear of the Steppes, etc.

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Ivan Turgenev

This book contains three novellas by one of the major writers of Russian literature. The first, A LEAR OF THE STEPPES, is a brilliant re-ima…


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Sinclair Lewis

This 1926 Pulitzer Prize winning novel centers on the title character, a promising medical student who, as a doctor and following several in…


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L. Winstanley

Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910) is universally regarded as one of the greatest authors in history. This brief biography discusses, among other thing…

Meadowlark Basin

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B. M. Bower

This is an action-packed tale of the old west with richly drawn characters including the notorious Butch Cassidy, most of them upstanding bu…

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