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The War of the Worlds

By: H. G. Wells

American Literature 1800-1899

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Dracula

By: Bram Stoker

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Mesmeric Revelationspa

By: Edgar Allan Poe

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David Copperfield

By: Charles Dickens

... superior in years and knowledge; and we talked about The Stranger and the Drama, and the pairs of horses, until we came to Mr. Spenlow's gate. There ...

English Literature 1800-1899

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The Domain of Arnheim

By: Edgar Allan Poe

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Christmas

By: Washington Irving

...ly and vigorously; times wild and picturesque, which have furnished poetry with its richest materials, and the drama with its most attractive variety ...

American Literature 1800-1899

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The Hidden Masterpiece

By: Honoré de Balzac

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Honorine

By: Honoré de Balzac

...part of an ongoing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make us... ...and by the good taste which will surprise no one after the list of guests, literature had scarcely been mentioned. However, the butterfly flittings of... ...n, of savages, of Orientals, and of consummate diplomatists. In discussing literature, they spoke of the perennial stock- in-trade of the republic of ... ...of the mechanical amusement of crumbling bread to fishes. “This is how the drama was disclosed of this second inner life, so deeply ravaged and storm-... ...ing explained, seemed to me more obscure than ever. I foresaw some strange drama indeed, for I understood that there could be no vulgar difference bet... ...ied them away, he finished his story with this revelation:— “ ‘This is the drama of my soul, but it is not the actual living drama which is at this mo...

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Comus

By: John Milton

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Memoir of Fleeming Jenkin

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...will; and it was in an art for which she had no natural taste (the art of literature) that she appeared before the public. Her novels, though they ... ...already overflowed with distinctions and generalisations, contrasting the dramatic art and national character of England, Germany, Italy, and France... ... it was scarce safe to leave Paris for England. Charles Reade, with keen dramatic gusto, had just smuggled himself out of that city in the bottom o... ... A friend of the Jenkins', Captain Glynne, had a more painful, if a less dramatic part. One Colonel Nosozzo had been killed (I read) while trying ... ... the walls when here last, and this made me less anxious to provide light literature; but alas, to-day I find that they are every one bibles or pray... ...aturity of Mind - Religion and Morality - His Love of Heroism - Taste in Literature - V. His Talk - His late Popularity - Letter from M. Trelat. TH...

English Literature 1800-1899

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Leviathan

By: Thomas Hobbes

...r eBook creation and collection centers around the world. For great classic literature visit: Project Gutenberg Consortia Center Bringing ... ...rees from the intended way of his discourse. In a good poem, whether it be epic or dramatic, as also in sonnets, epigrams, and other pieces, both jud... ... to all men welcome. THE END . For great classic literature visit: Project Gutenberg Consortia Center Bringing ...

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Maggie: A Girl of the Streets

By: Stephen Crane

...s part of an ongoing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make ... .... Shady persons in the audience revolted from the pic tured villainy of the drama. With untiring zeal they hissed vice and applauded virtue. Unmistak... ...uilding. “Dere she stands,” she cried, wheeling suddenly and point ing with dramatic finger. “Dere she stands! Lookut her! Ain’ she a dindy? An’ she ...

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Bon-Bon

By: Edgar Allan Poe

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To Mr. Cyriack Skinner Upon His Blindness

By: John Milton

English Literature 1600-1699

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The Imp of the Perverse

By: Edgar Allan Poe

American Literature 1800-1899

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An Essay on Criticism

By: Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744

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The French Revolution a History Volume Two

By: Thomas Carlyle

...part of an ongoing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make us... ...boards; lis- tens, with that black bushy head, to the sound of the world’s drama: shall the Mimetic become Real? Did ye hiss him, O men of Lyons? (Buz... ...made the walls of Paris didac- tic, suasive, with an ever fresh Periodical Literature, wherein he that ran might read: Placard Journals, Placard Lam-... ...en, as was said, Pit jumps on Stage, then is it verily, as in Herr Tieck’s Drama, a Verkehrte Welt, of World Topsyturvied! Having seen the Human Speci... ...oard simulacrum of that ‘Federation of the French People, ’ brought out as Drama: this of Nanci, we may say, though not played in any pasteboard Theat...

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Lady Susan

By: Jane Austen

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The Lost World

By: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

...r eBook creation and collection centers around the world. For great classic literature visit: Project Gutenberg Consortia Center Bringing ... ...ter, the slow preparation of the stage upon which was to be played the inexplicable drama of life. On the origin of life itself he was discreetly vag... ...ght have been well with him. It was that foolish, irresistible Latin impulse to be dramatic which brought his own downfall. Roxton, the man who had ... ...the glade." "We have been privileged to overhear a prehistoric tragedy, the sort of drama which occurred among the reeds upon the border of some Juras... ... hand was stretched out to me across the table. 158 [End.] . For great classic literature visit: Project Gutenberg Consortia Center Bringing ...

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To My Mother

By: Edgar Allan Poe

American Literature 1800-1899

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