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King Arthur Socks And Other Village Plays

  [english | ]  

Floyd Dell

Summary: [King Arthur S Socks And Other Village Plays by Floyd Dell. VIVIEN. lighting a cigarette I don t know whether I m so civilized at that. You know me Gwen. When I paint do I paint like a lady --or like a savage She does in fact appear to be a very headstrong and reckless young woman.]
Genres: [humor | satire | fiction and literatureDownloads: 68

King Cutters And Smugglers 1700 1855

  [english | ]  

E Keble Chatterton

Summary: [King S Cutters And Smugglers 1700 1855 by E Keble Chatterton. The hunters and the hunted on the high seas This book is-quite simply-the definitive work on a unique period of maritime history-from the beginning of the eighteenth to the middle of the nineteenth century when British seamen risked all to smuggle valuable goods from wool to tea and spirits from and to the Continent. These were ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 62

King Evil

  [english | 1956]  

Avram Davidson

Summary: [Although I have read Mr. Davidsons science fiction in the past and loved it I did not find this one of his best stories.]
Genres: [short story | post 1930 | science fictionDownloads: 78

King Henry Iv Part 1

  [english | 1597]  

William Shakespeare

Excerpts: [... of Herefordshire to fight. Against th' irregular and wild Glendower,. Was by the rude hands of that Welshman taken. A thousand of his people ...... stuff your purses full of crowns if you will not, tarry at home and be hang'd. FAL. Hear ye, Yedward if I tarry at home and go not, I'll hang ...... for, accordingly,. You tread upon my patience: but be sure. I will from henceforth ...]
Genres: [drama | poetryDownloads: 256

King Henry Iv Part 2

  [english | 1598]  

William Shakespeare

Excerpts: [... HUMPHREY OF GLOUCESTER. EARL OF WARWICK. EARL OF WESTMORELAND. EARL OF SURREY. GOWER. HARCOURT. BLUNT. Lord Chief Justice of the King's ...... BARDOLPH. I cannot think, my lord, your son is dead. MORTON. I am sorry I should force you to believe. That which I would to God I had not ...... nothing but high shoes, and bunches of keys at their girdles and if a man is through with them ...]
Genres: [drama | poetryDownloads: 238

King Henry V

  [english | 1599]  

William Shakespeare

Summary: [Its Shakespeare! Honestly this needs a review? How far will culture sink??]
Genres: [drama | poetryDownloads: 360

King Henry Vi Part 1

  [english | 1590]  

William Shakespeare

Excerpts: [... Defect. 4. . The Project gratefully accepts. whatever else you can think of. WRITE TO US. We can be reached at:. Inter: . Mail: . Michael ...... spying his undaunted spirit,. 'A Talbot. a Talbot.' cried out amain,. And rush'd into the bowels of the battle. Here had the conquest fully ...... all Olivers and Rowlands bred. During the time Edward the Third did reign. More truly now ...]
Genres: [drama | poetryDownloads: 167

King Henry Vi Part 2

  [english | 1590]  

William Shakespeare

Excerpts: [... sympathy of love unite our thoughts. QUEEN. Great King of England and my gracious lord,. The mutual conference that my mind hath had,. By ...... ambition,. And, as we may, cherish Duke Humphrey's deeds. While they do tend the it of the land. WARWICK. So God help Warwick, as he ...... I have forgot,. But, as I think, it was by the cardinal,-. And on the pieces of the broken wand. ...]
Genres: [drama | poetryDownloads: 417

King Henry Vi Part 3

  [english | 1590]  

William Shakespeare

Excerpts: [... of Warwick, that false peer,. To aspire unto the crown and reign as king.-. Earl of Northumberland, he slew thy father. And thine, Lord Clifford ...... thou shalt reign in quiet while thou liv'st. KING HENRY. I am content Richard Plantage,. Enjoy the kingdom after my decease. CLIFFORD. What ...... I, I hope, shall reconcile them all. [Exeunt.]. SCENE II. Sandal Castle. [Enter ...]
Genres: [drama | poetryDownloads: 323

King Henry Viii

  [english | 1612]  

William Shakespeare

Excerpts: [... their estates, that never. They shall abound as formerly. BUCKINGHAM. O, many. Have broke their backs with laying manors on 'em. For this ...... even this instant cloud puts on,. By dark'ning my clear sun. My lord, farewell. [Exeunt.]. SCENE II. The same. The council-chamber. [Cors. ...... it was usual with him, every day. It would infect his speech, that if the King. Should ...]
Genres: [dramaDownloads: 165

King John

  [english | 1596]  

William Shakespeare

Summary: [The Life and Death of King John a history play by William Shakespeare dramatizes the reign of King John of England (ruled 1199?1216) son of Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine and father of Henry III of England. It is believed to have been written in the mid-1590s but was not published until it appeared in the First Folio in 1623.]
Genres: [dramaDownloads: 14

King Lear

  [english | 1605]  

William Shakespeare

Summary: [King Lear is a tragedy by William Shakespeare believed to have been written between 1603 and 1606 and is considered one of his greatest works. The play is based on the legend of King Leir of Britain. It has been widely adapted for stage and screen with the part of Lear being played by many of the worlds most accomplished actors. (From Wikipedia)]
Genres: [drama | audiobookDownloads: 302

King O The Beach

  [english | 1899]  

George Manville Fenn

Summary: [King O The Beach A Tropic Tale by George Manville Fenn. This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.]
Genres: [adventureDownloads: 161

King Of Fang And Claw

  [english | 1936]  

Bob Byrd

Summary: [Ka Zar King Of Fang And Claw by Bob Byrd. by Bob Byrd. This is the first story in the Ka-Zar pulp series.]
Genres: [pulp | post 1930 | adventureDownloads: 299

King Of The Jews

  [english | 1900]  

William Stead

Excerpts: [... let us go, that his wrath destroy us not.. Then the priests, recovering somewhat their self-possession, stepped forward to remonstrate. Why troublest ...... all the Sanhedrin as one man cried out: We do.. Up sprang a priest to emphasize his vote:. A stop must be put to the course of this misleader.. Caiaphas ...... Lord, all is ready, set thee down at table and bid thy disciples ...]
Genres: [religion | fiction and literatureDownloads: 50

King Olaf Kinsman

  [english | ]  

Charles Whistler

Excerpts: [... these Danes are but half Christian if they are not open pagans and I might not don my frock, else would there have been no one left to christen and ...... Aye, throw them in, and let us be going, said one or two, for they had been asking Brand many questions, and now were eager to leave the place and ...... floor, in silence. I was the only one of all who knew what this message ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 9

King Pest

  [english | 1835]  

Edgar Allan Poe

Excerpts: [... and then at anchor in that river, were much astonished to find themselves seated in the tap-room of an ale-house in the parish of St. Andrews, ...... not the less utterly solemn and serious beyond all attempts at imitation or description. The younger seaman was, in all outward appearance, ...... of both seamen, a long run of dirty weather and determined them at once, in the ...]
Genres: [fiction | short storiesDownloads: 311

King Richard Ii

  [english | 1595]  

William Shakespeare

Excerpts: [... my hopes, most falsely doth he lie. BOLINGBROKE. Pale trembling coward, there I throw my gage, Disclaiming here the kindred of the king And lay ...... but to command: Which since we cannot do to make you friends, Be ready, as your lives shall answer it, At Coventry, upon Saint Lambert's day: There shall ...... brother's wife With her companion, Grief, must end her life. GAUNT. ...]
Genres: [drama | audiobookDownloads: 227

King Richard Iii

  [english | 1592]  

William Shakespeare

Excerpts: [... Now are our brows bound with victorious wreaths Our bruised arms hung up for monuments Our stern alarums chang'd to merry meetings, Our dreadful ...... London. Another street. [Enter the corpse of King Henry the Sixth, borne in an open coffin, Gentlemen bearing halberds to guard it and Lady Anne as ...... joyful as you have been. QUEEN ELIZABETH. The Countess Richmond, good my Lord ...]
Genres: [dramaDownloads: 192

King Solomon Mines

  [english | 1885]  

H Rider Haggard

Summary: [More action and adventure than you can chuck a spear at! This is a great read full of scenes youll probably never forget. I can see how this might not be to everyones taste but its a lot of fun and has a fantastic setting.]
Genres: [adventure | fiction and literature | pulpDownloads: 200
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