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Janet

  [english | 1920]  

Dorothy Whitehill


Summary: [Janet Of The Dunes by Harriet T Comstock. In this story of the dunes the Hills and the Light I have not attempted any character drawing although on the easterly shore of Long Island there are many people who have retained together with the plain old English names which they brought with them by way of Connecticut and Rhode Island a simplicity and sturdiness of character not to be found elsewhere ...]
Genres: [young readers | fiction and literatureDownloads: 106

Janet Mclaren

  [english | 1873]  

W G Kingston


Excerpts: [... and clothed in the humblest style of attire, glided noiselessly into the room. I feel that I am going. He lifted up his pale and shrivelled hand, ...... glance behind him, while Donald, with his bundle, trudged steadily on with his gaze ahead, as if he was eager to overtake something in the distance. ...... am not going to let him suppose that I am ashamed of my home. He has often ...]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 49

Janet Of The Dunes

  [english | 1907]  

Harriet Comstock


Summary: [Janet Of The Dunes by Harriet T Comstock. In this story of the dunes the Hills and the Light I have not attempted any character drawing although on the easterly shore of Long Island there are many people who have retained together with the plain old English names which they brought with them by way of Connecticut and Rhode Island a simplicity and sturdiness of character not to be found elsewhere ...]
Genres: [romanceDownloads: 75

Janice Day

  [english | 1914]  

Helen Beecher Long


Summary: [How Janice Day Won finds Janice still in Polktown and her dad still in Mexico and danger. When the opening of a bar in Polktown causes things to go wrong Janice starts a temperance campaign. Also Nelson is accused of stealing some rare old coins. Will they prove him innocent?]
Genres: [fiction and literature | young readersDownloads: 274

Janice Day At Poketown

  [english | 1914]  

Helen Beecher Long


Summary: [Frontispiece and plates facing pages 72 154 and 306.]
Genres: [fiction and literature | young readersDownloads: 431

Janice Day Young Homemaker

  [english | 1914]  

Helen Beecher Long


Summary: [Frontispiece and plates facing pages 72 154 and 306.]
Genres: [fiction and literature | young readersDownloads: 156

Jap Herron

  [english | 1917]  

Emily Grant Hutchings


Excerpts: [... which came over the board. The second installment of the story gave all of us much trouble. Incidentally it served to develop several bits of humorous ...... thing riffled out. It has slipped its tether. I have had such things happen often. Don't get scared.. We discussed the use of the word riffle, ...... were likely to occur. You were apt to employ temporary help, so eliminate.. ...]
Genres: [fiction and literature | occultDownloads: 106

Japan

  [dutch | 1867]  

Aim Humbert


Summary: [Dreamland Japan is a 1996 book by Frederik L. Schodt published by Stone Bridge Press that was intended as a sequel to Schodts 1983 book Manga! Manga! The World of Japanese Comics. It includes information on several major manga magazines (including eight full-color pages of magazine covers) and manga writers and artists including many who are little-known outside of Japan. The book also includes ...]
Genres: [travelDownloads: 194

Japan Will Turn Ablaze

  [english | 1974]  

Barbara Sims


Summary: [Robert ONeill series editor.]
Genres: [religion | post 1930Downloads: 416

Japanese Fairy Tales

  [english | 1908]  

Yei Theodora Ozaki


Summary: [Momotaro or The story of the son of a peach -- The tongue-cut sparrow -- The story of Princess Hase -- The story of Urashima Taro the fisher lad -- The ogre of Rashomon.]
Genres: [fantasy | fiction and literature | referenceDownloads: 496

Japanese Fairy World

  [english | 1887]  

William Elliot Griffis


Excerpts: [... The boys plucked bamboo stalks, and strung on their branches bright-colored ribbons, tinkling bells, and long streamers of paper, on which poetry was ...... and stretching upon their toes, body to body, and neck to neck, propped each other up, rolled their goggles and looked steadily, as they supposed, ...... pet he kept a tiny sparrow, and fed it with great care. The old dame not ...]
Genres: [myth | short story collectionDownloads: 115

Japanese Girls And Women

  [english | 1891]  

Alice Mabel Bacon


Excerpts: [... that will be asked, and that accordingly the author must answer. While Japan as a whole has been closely studied, and while much and varied information ...... of the heroic old Japan. Here she catches the spirit of passionate loyalty that belonged to those days, forms her ideals of what a noble Japanese woman ...... Japanese school-girl. In the mean time, boarding schools, that can ...]
Genres: [womens studies | non fictionDownloads: 28

Japanese Literature

  [english | ]  

Epiphanius Wilson


Summary: [The Pleasures of Japanese Literature is a short nonfiction work by Donald Keene which deals with Japanese aesthetics and literature it is intended to be less academic and encyclopedic than his other works dealing with Japanese literature such as Seeds in the Heart but better as an introduction for students and laymen. This aim is unsurprising as Keene notes in his introduction that This book ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 257

Japanese Memories

  [english | 1918]  

Ethel Howard


Summary: [Japanese Memories by Ethel Howard. This Japanese memoir was published in 1918. A short summary from the book s Foreword The contents of this book are primarily personal experiences of a seven years stay in the house of a Japanese nobleman having been gleaned from jottings in my diary and such reminiscences as my memory recalls. In writing of a country so steeped in century-old traditions and of a ...]
Genres: [travel | non fiction | biographyDownloads: 336

Japanischer Frhling

  [german | ]  

Hans Bethge


Summary: [Hans Bethge ( 9 January 1876 in Dessau ? 1 February 1946 in Gppingen buried in Kirchheim unter Teck) was a German poet whose reputation abroad rests above all on the versions of Tang dynasty poetry set in Gustav Mahlers Das Lied von der Erde. The Max-Eyth-Haus in Kirchheim unter Teck houses a permanent exhibit of Hans Bethges books photographs and other artifacts while his manuscripts are ...]
Genres: [poetryDownloads: 361

Japhet In Search Of A Father

  [english | ]  

Frederick Marryat


Excerpts: [... at the doctor's attendants, and laughing at us. Have you come far, gentlemen? continued he. From London, was my reply. How do the ...... I ran back to give it her, and then she thanked me and said, `Open your hand and let me see the palm. Here are great lines, and you will be fortunate' ...... food, our lodging cost us nothing. We have had no taxes to pay and at the same time have ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 44

Japhet In Search Of Father

  [english | ]  

Captain Marryat


Excerpts: [... we will say no more for the present. By the bye, was that real Latin of yours? No, replied I, laughing you quoted the grammar, and I ...... The conversation was soon turned upon the wonderful powers of Nattee, the gipsy. Nonsense, said Melchior, she knows nothing. I have heard ...... with you, I find -will you be careful of her? for it would be on my conscience if she were left to ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 42

Jarwin And Cuffy

  [english | 1900]  

Robert Michael Ballantyne


Summary: [Excerpt: In all the wide expanse of ocean that surrounded that island there was nothing visible save one small solitary speck on the far-off horizon. It might have been mistaken for a seagull but it was in reality a rafta mass of spars and planks rudely bound together with ropes. A boats mast rose from the centre of it on which hung a rag of sail and a small red flag drooped motionless from its ...]
Genres: [fiction | action adventureDownloads: 138

Jason Son Of Jason

  [english | 1921]  

J Giesy


Excerpts: [... that it was man's measure of a portion of eternity, and nothing more, and that he could not use what was non-existent, hence reached Palos as quickly ...... Croft. Rather, I seemed to see two Jason Crofts, instead of one. One sat in a chair of the same wine-red wood of which the pedestal supporting Azil ...... glass stretched down the central portion of the sparkling pavement in ...]
Genres: [science fictionDownloads: 124

Javelin Of Death

  [english | ]  

Captain Dingle


Summary: [Lives threatened by the plunging of a mean whale the harpooner and the second mate drop their fierce rivalry]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 113
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