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Famous Modern Ghost Stories By Various Authors
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A collection of classic horror short stories. Algernon Blackwood's "The Willows" Mary E. Wilkins Freeman's "The Shadows on the Wall" Robert W. Chambers's "The... More > Messenger" Leonid Andreyev's "Lazarus" W. F. Harvey's "The Beast with Five Fingers" Anatole France's "The Mass of Shadows" Fitz-James O'Brien's "What Was It?" Ambrose Bierce's "The Middle Toe of the Right Foot" Olivia Howard Dunbar's "The Shell of Sense" Wilbur Daniel Steele's "The Woman at Seven Brothers" Myla Jo Closser's "At the Gate" Edgar Allan Poe's "Ligeia" Richard Le Gallienne's "The Haunted Orchard" Arthur Machen's "The Bowmen" Guy de Maupassant's "A Ghost"< Less
Famous Modern Ghost Stories By Various Authors
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A collection of classic horror short stories. Algernon Blackwood's "The Willows" Mary E. Wilkins Freeman's "The Shadows on the Wall" Robert W. Chambers's "The... More > Messenger" Leonid Andreyev's "Lazarus" W. F. Harvey's "The Beast with Five Fingers" Anatole France's "The Mass of Shadows" Fitz-James O'Brien's "What Was It?" Ambrose Bierce's "The Middle Toe of the Right Foot" Olivia Howard Dunbar's "The Shell of Sense" Wilbur Daniel Steele's "The Woman at Seven Brothers" Myla Jo Closser's "At the Gate" Edgar Allan Poe's "Ligeia" Richard Le Gallienne's "The Haunted Orchard" Arthur Machen's "The Bowmen" Guy de Maupassant's "A Ghost"< Less
Famous Impostors By Bram Stoker
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Famous Impostors is the fourth and final book of nonfiction by Bram Stoker (the author of Dracula), published in 1910. It is a book that deals with exposing various impostors and hoaxes. Excerpt... More > from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Famous_Impostors Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Abraham "Bram" Stoker (8 November 1847 – 20 April 1912) was an Irish author, best known today for his 1897 Gothic novel Dracula. During his lifetime, he was better known as the personal assistant of actor Henry Irving and business manager of the Lyceum Theatre in London, which Irving owned.Stoker was born on 8 November 1847 at 15 Marino Crescent, Clontarf, on the northside of Dublin, Ireland. His parents were Abraham Stoker (1799–1876) from Dublin and Charlotte Mathilda Blake Thornley (1818–1901), who was raised in County Sligo. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bram_Stoker< Less
Famous Thoughts By Elisa Iribarne Brieva
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This book demonstrates the value of having a contextual background when reading any quotation. While often readers approach quotations knowing little to nothing about the author, in this book a short... More > biography is written for each quotation along with an illustration or photo to enhance the quote.< Less
Famous Amos By Briana Long
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Famous Amos: Written almost entirely in journal entries, "Famous Amos" shares what really goes on inside the mind of a confused, awkward, somewhat demented 12 year old boy. Being a less... More > serious book, it was written purely for the sake of a giggle or two for the author and one of her friends. Sure to make you smile and/or soil your pants if you endulge yourself.< Less
FROM SLAVE TO EMPEROR: Famous Historians on the Racial Reasons for the Decline of the Roman Empire By Various Authors
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Including the work of professors Tenney Frank, A.M.Duff, Charles Merivale, George La Piana, Theodor Mommsen, and the multiple authors of the Cambridge Ancient History and the Encyclopedia... More > Britannica’s Historians’ History of the World. Introduction by Arthur Kemp, BA (Pub.Ad., Pol., Sci., Int. Pol.). Although many historians have either ignored the racial factor in the cause of the fall of the Roman Empire, there have been many who recognized race as the critical element in Rome’s history. The essay in this book summarizes all the points made by these authors and provides a critically-needed antidote to modern liberal historical interpretations which pretend that race does not exist--and that racial change was the reason for the fall of the Roman Empire. Illustrated, contains full facsimile of Professor Tenney’s “Race Mixture in the Roman Empire” as first published in the American Historical Review, July 1916.< Less
famous quote book By mary B.M
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This e-book is a collection of great quotes from well-known authors and leaders on fame
Famous Modern Ghost Stories By Dorothy Scarborough
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Famous Modern Ghost Stories was selected, with an Introduction by Dorothy Scarborough. Lecturer in English , Columbia University, author of The Supernatural in Modern English Fiction, Fugitive verse,... More > from a Southern Porch, Ect. published by The Knickerbocker Press in 1921< Less
Fifty Famous Stories Retold By James Baldwin
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: James Baldwin (1841–1925) was born in Indiana, United... More > States and made a career as an educator and administrator in that state starting at the age of 24. He served as the superintendent of Indiana's school system for eighteen years and then went on to become a widely published textbook editor and children's author in the subjects of legends, mythology, biography, and literature, among others.James Baldwin was one of the most prolific authors of school books for children at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th. In addition to the Baldwin Readers (1897), he co‐authored the Harper Readers (1888) and the Expressive Readers (1911). He wrote over thirty books about famous people in history and retold classical stories. His publications numbered 54 volumes. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Baldwin_(editor_and_author)< Less
Rejected Works of Famous People By Vincent Lewis
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EVERY famous author has encountered rejection of his work. Therefore, you have not had access to these never before published works... until now. For the first time, in Volume One, you may now read... More > these recently discovered literary treasures: “Incident at a Drycleaner” by Ernest Hemingway; Edgar Allan Poe’s “Letter to the Editor protesting local nuisance dogs;” “Third Grade Diary Entry” from Sigmund Freud; Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s “Sherlock Holmes at Wal-Mart;” Captain James T Kirk’s letter to a teacher, “Please excuse my son next Thursday;” The uncensored ending of “Gone With the Wind;” and many more. Each selection includes: A brief biography, including a portrait of the author; the work itself in its original form; and the official reason for the rejection.< Less