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Riddle Stories By Edited by Julian Hawthorne
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Table of Contents INTRODUCTION BY JULIAN HAWTHORNE "Riddle Stories" F. MARION CRAWFORD (1854-) By the Waters of Paradise MARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN (1862-) The Shadows on the... More > Wall MELVILLE D. POST (1871-) The Corpus Delicti AMBROSE BIERCE (1842-) An Heiress from Redhorse The Man and the Snake EDGAR ALLAN POE (1809-49) The Oblong Box The Gold-Bug WASHINGTON IRVING (1783-1859) Wolfert Webber, or Golden Dreams Adventure of the Black Fisherman CHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN (1771-1810) Wieland's Madness FITZJAMES O'BRIEN (1828-1862) The Golden Ingot My Wife's Tempter NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE (1804-1864) The Minister's Black Veil ANONYMOUS Horror: A True Tale< Less
Riddle Stories By Edited by Julian Hawthorne
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Table of Contents INTRODUCTION BY JULIAN HAWTHORNE "Riddle Stories" F. MARION CRAWFORD (1854-) By the Waters of Paradise MARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN (1862-) The Shadows on the... More > Wall MELVILLE D. POST (1871-) The Corpus Delicti AMBROSE BIERCE (1842-) An Heiress from Redhorse The Man and the Snake EDGAR ALLAN POE (1809-49) The Oblong Box The Gold-Bug WASHINGTON IRVING (1783-1859) Wolfert Webber, or Golden Dreams Adventure of the Black Fisherman CHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN (1771-1810) Wieland's Madness FITZJAMES O'BRIEN (1828-1862) The Golden Ingot My Wife's Tempter NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE (1804-1864) The Minister's Black Veil ANONYMOUS Horror: A True Tale< Less
MODERN FRENCH NOVELS By Edited by Julian Hawthorne
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Count Kostia I At the beginning of the summer of 1850, a Russian nobleman, Count Kostia Petrovitch Leminof, had the misfortune to lose his wife suddenly, and in the flower of her beauty. She was... More > his junior by twelve years. This cruel loss, for which he was totally unprepared, threw him into a state of profound melancholy; and some months later, seeking to mitigate his grief by the distractions of travel, he left his domains near Moscow, never intending to return. Accompanied by his twin children, ten years of age, a priest who had served them as tutor, and a serf named Ivan, he repaired to Odessa, and then took passage on a merchant ship for Martinique. Disembarking at St. Pierre, he took lodgings in a remote part of the suburbs.< Less
MODERN FRENCH NOVELS By Edited by Julian Hawthorne
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Count Kostia I At the beginning of the summer of 1850, a Russian nobleman, Count Kostia Petrovitch Leminof, had the misfortune to lose his wife suddenly, and in the flower of her beauty. She was... More > his junior by twelve years. This cruel loss, for which he was totally unprepared, threw him into a state of profound melancholy; and some months later, seeking to mitigate his grief by the distractions of travel, he left his domains near Moscow, never intending to return. Accompanied by his twin children, ten years of age, a priest who had served them as tutor, and a serf named Ivan, he repaired to Odessa, and then took passage on a merchant ship for Martinique. Disembarking at St. Pierre, he took lodgings in a remote part of the suburbs.< Less

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