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Excerpt: In the attic of the big house lived the gray Mouse family. There were Grandmother Mouse Daddy Mouse and Mother Mouse with a nest of little baby mice besides Johnny Mouse the oldest son.

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Freedom of Mind in Willing Or, Every Being That Wills a Creative F...

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The Mystery of the Yellow Room

By: Gaston Leroux

Chapter I. In Which We Begin Not to Understand. It is not without a certain emotion that I begin to recount here the extraordinary adventures of Joseph Rouletabille. Down to the present time he had so firmly opposed my doing it that I had come to despair of ever publishing the most curious of police stories of the past fifteen years. I had even imagined that the public would never know the whole truth of the prodigious case known as that of The Yellow Room, out of which ...

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The Dramatick Works of Philip Massinger

By: Massinger, Philip, 1583-1640; Mason, John Monck, 1726-1809

Signatures: v. 1. A, a?, A, B-M?, N, NO?, N , O-P?, Q (A, frontispiece); v. 2. A-S?, T (A, frontispiece); v. 3. A-G?, H, 1HI, 2HIý, H, I-S? (A, frontispiece); v. 4. A-T? (A, frontispiece); v. 5. A-R? (A, frontispiece); v. 6. A-X?, Y (A, frontispiece; Y, verso, advertisements); Bound in half brown morocco

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The Count of Monte-Cristo

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Sir Patient Fancy

By: Aphra Behn

Excerpt: Tis much I owe to fortune, my dear Lucretia, for being so kind to make us Neighbours, where with ease we may continually exchange our Souls and thoughts without the attendance of a Coach, and those other little Formalities that make a business of a visit, it looks so like a Journey I hate it.

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Little Wizard Stories of Oz

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Excerpt: In the splendid palace of the Emerald City, which is in the center of the fairy Land of Oz, is a great Throne Room, where Princess Ozma, the Ruler, for an hour each day sits in a throne of glistening emeralds and listens to all the troubles of her people, which they are sure to tell her about. Around Ozma's throne, on such occasions, are grouped all the important personages of Oz, such as the Scarecrow, Jack Pumpkin head, Tiktok the Clockwork Man, the Tin Woodma...

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The Great Society : A Psychological Analysis

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The Count of Monte Cristo

By: Pere Alexandre Dumas

Excerpt: Chapter 1. Marseilles ? The Arrival. On the 24th of February, 1810, the look?out at Notre?Dame de la Garde signalled the three?master, the Pharaon from Smyrna, Trieste, and Naples. As usual, a pilot put off immediately, and rounding the Chateau d'If, got on board the vessel between Cape Morgion and Rion island. Immediately, and according to custom, the ramparts of Fort Saint?Jean were covered with spectators; it is always an event at Marseilles for a ship to com...

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Restoration Comedies : The Parsons Wedding, The London Cuckolds, ;...

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A Room of One's Own

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Oedipus, King of Thebes

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