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The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow And Other Stories
The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow And Other Stories Washington Irving
With an introduction by Irving expert Elizabeth L. Bradley, this new edition of Irving's greatest work demonstrates how inextricably his tales are woven into the fabric of American culture and celebrates his enduring contributions to the dream life of a nation.
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Just So Stories
Just So Stories Rudyard Kipling
Find out why the rhino is so wrinkly and the cat so contrary. Kipling's weird and wacky stories are a must-read for everyone intrigued by the oddities of animals
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Lady Susan
Lady Susan Jane Austen
Glittering with Austen's subversive young imagination, this wicked early novella features a devious, adulterous anti-heroine.
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The Sea Raiders
The Sea Raiders H. G. Wells
Spellbinding short stories of man-eating squid, magicians and monstrous machines, from the father of science fiction.
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The Penguin Henry Lawson Short Stories Cla
The Penguin Henry Lawson Short Stories Cla Henry Lawson
One of the great observers of Australian life, Henry Lawson looms large in our national psyche. Yet at his best Lawson transcends the very bush, the very outback, the very up-country, the very pub or selector's hut he conveys with such brevity and acuity: he make specific places universal.
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Poor Folk And Other Stories
Poor Folk And Other Stories Fyodor Dostoyevsky
With their penetrating psychological insight and their emphasis on human dignity, respect and forgiveness, Dostoyevsky's early short stories contain the seeds of the themes that came to his major novels.
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How Much Land Does A Man Need? & Other Stories
How Much Land Does A Man Need? & Other Stories Leo Tolstoy
These short works, ranging from Tolstoy's earliest tales to the brilliant title story, are rich in the insights and passion that characterize all of his explorations in love, war, courage, and civilization.
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