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An Essay on Comedy by George Meredith
This etext was prepared from the 1897 Archibald Constable and Company edition by David Price, email ccx074@coventry.ac.uk ON THE IDEA OF COMEDY AND OF THE USES OF THE COMIC SPIRIT {1} Good C
Shakspere And Montaigne by Jacob Feis
E-text prepared by Bill Boerst, Juliet Sutherland, and Tonya Allen Editorial note: "Shakspere" is the spelling used by the author and therefore was not changed. SHAKSPERE AND MONTAIGN
Emerson and Other Essays by John Jay Chapman
Produced by Jonathan Ingram, Victoria Woosley and PG Distributed Proofreaders EMERSON AND OTHER ESSAYS BY JOHN JAY CHAPMAN
Toaster's Handbook by Peggy Edmund & Harold W. Williams, compilers
Produced by Suzanne Shell, Sandra Brown and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team. [Transcriber's Note: the Contents and Index were added to this e-book by the transcriber] TOASTER'S HANDB
On Something by H. Belloc
Produced by William Flis, Eric Eldred, Charles Franks and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team. ON SOMETHING BY H. BELLOC
Sylvie and Bruno by Lewis Carroll
SYLVIE and BRUNO by LEWIS CARROLL Is all our Life, then but a dream Seen faintly in the goldern gleam Athwart Time's dark resistless stream? Bowed to the earth with bitter woe Or laughing at
Birds and Poets by John Burroughs
This eBook was produced by Jack Eden. This etext was produced by Jack Eden [For those interested, there is a note at the end of this document that details the adaptations made to this work t
William of Germany by Stanley Shaw
Online Distributed Proofreading Team WILLIAM OF GERMANY by STANLEY SHAW, LL.D. Trinity College Dublin WITH A FRONTISPIECE 1913 The Frontispiece is from a photograph by E. Bieber,
The Early Poems of Alfred Lord Tennyson by Tennyson
Produced by Jonathan Ingram, Clytie Siddall, Charles Franks, and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team THE EARLY POEMS OF ALFRED LORD TENNYSON EDITED WITH A CRITICAL INTRODUCTION. CO
The Two Gentlemen of Verona by William Shakespeare
*** Scanner's Notes: What this is and isn't. This was taken from a copy of Shakespeare's first folio and it is as close as I can come in ASCII to the printed text. The elongated S's have been
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