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The Ball at Sceaux by Honore de Balzac
Produced by Dagny THE BALL AT SCEAUX BY HONORE DE BALZAC Translated By Clara Bell To Henri de Balzac, h
The Ball at Sceaux by Honore de Balzac
Etext prepared by Dagny, dagnyj@hotmail.com THE BALL AT SCEAUX BY HONORE DE BALZAC Translated By Clara Bell To Henri de Balzac, his brother Honore. The Comte de Fontaine, head of
The Jealousies of a Country Town by Honore de Balzac
books, An Old Maid (EBook#1352, omaid10.xxx) and The Collection of Antiquities (EBook#1405, clntq10.xxx) into their original collected form with a new introduction.
The Defenders of Democracy
This Etext prepared by Brett Fishburne (william.fishburne@verizon.net) "The kinship of blood between nations may grow weaker, but the kinship of ideals and purposes constitutes a permanent bond
Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States by Work Projects Administration
Produced by Andrea Ball and PG Distributed Proofreaders. Produced from images provided by the Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. [TR: ***] = Transcriber Note [HW: ***] = Handwritten Note
France and England in North America, a Series of Historical Narratives, Part Third by Francis Parkman
E-text prepared by Lee Dawei, Seth Hadley, and Project Gitemberg Distributed Proofreaders FRANCE AND ENGLAND IN NORTH AMERICA, A SERIES OF HISTORICAL NARRATIVES, PART THIRD. THE DISCOVERY OF
Vittoria Accoramboni Duchesse de Bracciano by Stendhal [1 of 170 pseudnyms used by Marie-Henri Beyle]
VITTORIA ACCORAMBONI DUCHESSE DE BRACCIANO Stendhal Malheureusement pour moi comme pour le lecteur ceci n'est point un roman, mais la traduction fidŠle d'un r‚cit fort grave ‚crit … Padoue e
Rhymes of a Rolling Stone by Robert W. Service
Rhymes of a Rolling Stone by Robert W. Service [British-born Canadian Poet -- 1874-1958.] [Note on text: Italicized stanzas are indented 5 spaces. Stanzas that were italicized AND indented ar
Fabre, Poet of Science by Dr. G.V. (C.V.) Legros
This etext was produced by Sue Asscher FABRE, POET OF SCIENCE by DR. G.-V. LEGROS. "De fimo ad excelsa." J.-H. Fabre. WITH A PREFACE BY JEAN-HENRI FABRE. TRANSLATED BY BERNARD MIALL
Paris War Days by Charles Inman Barnard
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