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The Butterfly House By Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman
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Alice Mendon was a young woman, not a young girl (she had left young girlhood behind several years since) and she was distinctly beautiful after a fashion that is not easily affected by the passing... More > years. She had had rather an eventful life, but not an event, pleasant or otherwise, had left its mark upon the smooth oval of her face. There was not a side nor retrospective glance to disturb the serenity of her large blue eyes.< Less
By the Light of the Soul A Novel By Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman
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As was the custom a young man had charge of the meeting and he stood with a sort of embarrassed dignity on the little platform behind the desk. He was reading a selection from the Bible. Maria heard... More > him drone out in a scarcely audible voice: "Whom the Lord loveth He chasteneth" and then she heard in a quick response a soft sob from the seat behind her.' (Excerpt from Chapter 1)< Less
Pembroke A Novel By Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman
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A realistic account of the dark underside of an insular New England village.
The Portion of Labor By Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman
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Mrs. Zelotes stood clasping little Ellen, who clung to her, trembling. "Well, come over here with me," she said, "you and Ellen." "Live here in the next house!" said... More > Andrew. "Do you suppose Fanny would have the child living under her very eyes in the next house? No, there is no way out of the misery--no way; but if it was not for the child, I would go!" Andrew burst out in such wild sobs that his mother released Ellen and ran to him; and the child, trembling and crying with a curious softness, as of fear at being heard, ran out of the house and back to her home. "Oh, mother," she cried, breaking in upon the dialogue of anger which was still going on there with her little tremulous flute--"oh, mother, father is crying!"< Less
An Alabaster Box By Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman & Florence Morse Kingsley
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Mrs. Solomon Black had revealed the state of affairs, that morning. "You may as well know," said she. "There ain't a cent to pay you, and I said when you came that if we couldn't pay... More > for gospel privileges we should all take to our closets and pray like Sam Hill, and no charge; but they wouldn't listen to me, though I spoke right out in conference meeting and it's seldom a woman does that, you know. Folks in this place have been hanging onto the ragged edge of nothing so long they don't seem to sense it. They thought the money of your salary was going to be brought down from heaven by a dove or something, when all the time, those wicked flying things are going round on the other side of the earth, and there don't seem as if there could be a dove left. . ."< Less
Through the Flashlight's Beam: A Collection of Classic Scary Stories for Reading Aloud By Edgar Allan Poe et al.
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In celebration of our history’s rich oral tradition of storytelling, we invite you to bring your flashlight up to your chin and get ready to make your listeners want to sleep with a nightlight.... More > Through the Flashlight’s Beam is a collection of the very best scary story classics including some of the most popular characters in the history of suspense including Frankenstein, Dracula, and the Headless Horseman as well as a cast of other ghosts, vampires, and other beasts sure to delight and terrify readers of all ages. These are the ultimate horror all-stars by the most familiar names in fear including Edgar Allan Poe, Mary Shelley, Bram Stoker, H. P. Lovecraft, Washington Irving and more. Whether you intend to read these stories at bedtime for a spine tingling tale before sleep, to your class each October to get everyone in the mood for Halloween, or by flashlight around the campfire, we think you’ll find chills and thrills aplenty in these tales.< Less
I Have Come to Show You Death: Scenes On Lesbians and Dying By Nineteenth-Century, New England Women Writers By Carolyn Gage
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A collection of one-act,dramatic adaptations of the writings of four 19th century, New England women writers, dealing with lesbian life partners and death, including writings by Sarah Orne Jewett,... More > Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, Alice Brown, and Mary Wilkins Freeman< Less
I Have Come To Show You Death By Carolyn Gage
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Dramatic adaptations of the writings of four 19th century, New England women writers, dealing with lesbian life partners and death.Stories include "Two Friends" by Mary Wilkins Freeman,... More > "Since I Died" by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, "There and Here" by Alice Brown, and a scene from Deephaven by Sarah Orne Jewett.< Less
I Have Come To Show You Death By Carolyn Gage
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Dramatic adaptations of the writings of four 19th century, New England women writers, dealing with lesbian life partners and death.Stories include "Two Friends" by Mary Wilkins Freeman,... More > "Since I Died" by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, "There and Here" by Alice Brown, and a scene from Deephaven by Sarah Orne Jewett.< Less
The Blazing World By Elizabeth Villarreal
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This collection contains nine works by early female science fiction authors, including The Description of a New World, Called The Blazing-World, often considered the first piece of science fiction... More > literature. Also included are works by Mary Shelley, Edith Nesbit, Mary Wilkins Freeman, Francis Stevens, and more.< Less

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