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A Personal Record by Joseph Conrad
Note: I have omitted the running heads ["A FAMILIAR PREFACE" and "A PERSONAL RECORD"], and have made the following changes to the text: PAGE LINE ORIGINAL CHANGED TO 129 18 thinkin think
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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
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Some Reminiscences by Joseph Conrad
SOME REMINISCENCES by Joseph Conrad A Familiar Preface. As a general rule we do not want much encouragement to talk about ourselves; yet this little book is the result of a friendly suggestio
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The Line of Love by James Branch Cabell
Produced by Suzanne Shell, Mary Meehan and PG Distributed Proofreaders THE LINE OF LOVE BY JAMES BRANCH CABELL 1921 TO
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Cobb's Anatomy by Irvin S. Cobb
Kirk Pearson kpearson@nyx.net Cobb's Anatomy by Irvin S. Cobb To G. H. L. Who stood godfather to these contents Preface This Space To-Let to Any Reputable Party Desiring a Good Pref
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English Literature: Modern by G. H. Mair
Produced by Cera Kruger and PG Distributed Proofreaders HOME UNIVERSITY LIBRARY OF MODERN KNOWLEDGE ENGLISH LITERATURE: MODERN BY G. H. MAIR, M.A. SOMETIME SCHOLAR OF CHRIST CHURCH Firs
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The Native Son by Inez Haynes Irwin
This etext was produced by David A. Schwan The Native Son By Inez Haynes Irwin To Those Proud Native Sons James W. Coffroth Meyer Cohn Porter Garnett John Crowley Willie Ritchie J. Ca
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Famous Affinities of History V2 by Lyndon Orr
editions, all of which are confirmed as Public Domain in the US unless a copyright notice is included. Thus, we usually do not keep etexts in compliance with any particular paper edition. The "l
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The Four Million by by O Henry
The Four Million by O Henry ~Not very long ago some one invented the assertion that there were only "Four Hundred" people in New York City who were really worth noticing. But a wiser man has
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Sixes and Sevens by O Henry
gburleson@yahoo.com CONTENTS I THE LAST OF THE TROUBADOURS II THE SLEUTHS III WITCHES' LOAVES IV THE PRIDE OF THE CITIES V HOLDING UP A TRAIN VI ULYSSES AND THE DOGMAN VII THE CHAMPION OF THE
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