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Fables for the Frivolous (Version 2)

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Guy Wetmore Carryl


Fables for the Frivolous is one of the earliest works by the American parodist Guy Wetmore Carryl. These fables are adapted from Jean de La …

The Call of Cthulhu

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H. P. Lovecraft


The worshipers of this ancient tentacled horror are still with us, waiting for this terrible being to awake and take vengeance again on an e…

A Matter of Importance

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Murray Leinster


The importance of a matter is almost entirely a matter of your attitude. And whether you call something "a riot" or "a war&qu…

Venus Enslaved

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Manly Wade Wellman


A rip-snorting, 1940s science fiction adventure from the pen of Manly Wade Wellman. What chance had the castaway Earthman and his crossbo…

The Time Machine (version 5)

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H. G. Wells


Our dystopian future is revealed by H.G.Wells. In this famous story, an unnamed scientist of the 1800s invents a machine to travel through …

3 SF Stories by Jack Williamson

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Jack Williamson


Three classic SF stories by Jack Williamson: The Cosmic Express, The Pygmy Planet and Salvage in Space. All were published in Astounding S…

Anything You Can Do ... (version 2)

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Randall Garrett


The Alien did not intend to crash land on earth, but he did. The alien tried to communicate with humans, but he could not. The alien did n…

The Colour Out of Space

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H. P. Lovecraft


“The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown.” This creepy horror…

5 SF stories by Mack Reynolds

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Mack Reynolds


Five Science Fiction stories from the strange mind of Mack Reynolds. Always innovative and interesting, these were published in the early s…

The Hunting of the Snark (Version 3)

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Lewis Carroll


The Hunting of the Snark - "An Agony in 8 Fits" is typically categorized as a nonsense poem written by Lewis Carroll, the pen name…

Thralls of the Endless Night

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Leigh Douglass Brackett


This is a classic story from the early days of science fiction pulp magazines. Leigh Brackett, a female author who stood with the best of t…

4 SF Stories by Mack Reynolds

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Mack Reynolds


4 Science Fiction Stories by the quirky Mack Reynolds from the golden age of SF, the 1950s - Summary by phil chenevert

Let'em Breathe Space (version 2)

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Lester Del Rey and Lester del Rey


Eighteen men and two women in the closed world of a space ship for five months can only spell tension and trouble—but in this case, the atmo…

The Cowardly Lion of Oz

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Ruth Plumly Thompson


The Cowardly Lion, always fearful, has become even more afraid than usual and is convinced that he has lost the courage the Wizard of OZ gav…

Giants on the Earth

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Captain S. P. Meek


The Earth is ruled by cruel Jovian overlords and has been for 40 years. Earthlings are slaves who seethe with anger but are helpless in view…

Nonsense Verses

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Edward Lear


This is a collection of some of the delightful nonsense verses and stories by Edward Lear. A lot of them are also my favorites. The Jumblies…

Kabumpo in Oz (version 2)

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Ruth Plumly Thompson


An elephant in Oz? You bet! The tiny kingdom of Pumperdink has what no neighboring kingdom has: an Elegant Elephant in court, and his name i…

The Citizen's Almanac

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United States Of America


This is a recording of a booklet given to new naturalized American citizens, it contains an explanation of fundamental documents, symbols an…

Peter Pan (Version 5)

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J. M. Barrie


This delightful book about the Darling children and a boy named Peter, is what started it all. The writing of J.M. Barrie is whimsical and f…

The Push Of A Finger

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Alfred Bester


Science fiction from the 50s by one of the masters, Alfred Bester. Society has committed itself to complete stability. Nothing is allowed …

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