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George Borrow And His Circle

  [english | ]  

Clement King Shorter

Excerpts: [... to a friend in Norwich, which runs as follows: 11th Nov. 1893. Dr. Martineau, to amuse some boys at a school treat, ...... Agnes, Agnes list to me, Thy babes are longing so after thee.' 'I cannot come yet, here must I stay Until the priest shall have said his ...... his enthusiasm further than any, and no account of him that concentrates attention upon his accomplishment as a ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 59

George Borrow In East Anglia

  [english | 1896]  

William Dutt

Summary: [London and the home counties: William Blake. Charles Lamb. Keats. Meredith.--The Thames: Shelley. Matthew Arnold. William Morris.--The Downs and the South Coast: John Aubrey. Gilbert White. William Cobbet. William Hazlitt. Richard Jefferies. Thomas Hardy. Hilaire Belloc.--The West country: Herrick. Coleridge. W. H. Hudson.--The East Coast and midlands: Cowper. George Crabbe. Joh]
Genres: [biographyDownloads: 283

George Cruikshank

  [english | 1840]  

William Makepeace Thackeray

Summary: [Podeschi J.B. Dickens]
Genres: [biographyDownloads: 290

George Eliot Centenary November 1919

  [english | 1919]  

Coventry Libraries Committee

Summary: [George Eliot Centenary November 1919 by Coventry Libraries Committee. The Exhibition has special reference to George Eliot s residence in Coventry and to the Coventry circle of which she was the most distinguished member. ]
Genres: [biographyDownloads: 320

George Loves Gistla

  [english | 1954]  

James Mckimmey

Summary: [Why dont you find yourself some nice little American girl his father had often repeated. But George was on Venus... and he loved pale green skin... and globular heads and most of all George loved Gistla.]
Genres: [fiction | romance | science fictionDownloads: 233

George Muller Of Bristol

  [english | ]  

Arthur Pierson

Summary: [Originally published: London : Pickering and Inglis 1899.]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 12

George Sand

  [french | 1887]  

Elme Caro

Excerpts: [... enfin une ducation qui fut tour tour philosophique et religieuse, et tous les contrastes que sa propre vie lui a prsents ds l'ge le plus tendre. Elle ...... qui l'initiait la posie romantique plutt qu' une forme nouvelle de la vrit religieuse. Bientt elle passa la philosophie chaque livre nouveau marquait ...... dsignent sous le nom de Francueil seulement, et qui, l'ge de ...]
Genres: [biographyDownloads: 365

George Sand Et Ses Amis

  [french | 1903]  

Abert Le Roy

Excerpts: [... des lgumes et des fruits qui produisait au march de 12 15 francs par semaine. Puis l'horizon s'claircit, sans que jamais la fortune patrimoniale, aprs ...... Aussi Aurore regrettait-elle l'humeur mobile, parfois brutale, mais affectueuse de sa mre, et souffrait-elle de l'excs de tenue qu'on lui imposait. ...... de Brienne, qui tait pour la malade une manire de beau-fils, car il ...]
Genres: [biographyDownloads: 160

George Silverman Explanation

  [english | 1870]  

Charles Dickens

Excerpts: [... should be paid to Association. 04.29.93*END*. George Silverman's Explanation by Charles Dickens Scanned and proofed by David Price ...... with how much father and mother got, when, rarely, those good things were going. Sometimes they both went away seeking work and then I would be ...... if not of mere sentiment: still I have taken it upon myself, and it shall be (O, yes, it shall ...]
Genres: [fiction and literature | short storyDownloads: 117

George Thurston Three Incidents In The Life Of A Man

  [english | ]  

Ambrose Bierce

Summary: [Ambrose Gwinnett Bierce (June 24 1842 - after 1913) was an American editorialist journalist short story writer fabulist and satirist. Today he is best known for his short story An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge and his satirical lexicon The Devils Dictionary. The sardonic view of human nature that informed his work ? along with his vehemence as a critic with his motto nothing matters ? earned him ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 342

George Walker At Suez

  [english | 1864]  

Anthony Trollope

Excerpts: [... with that surgeon from St. Bartholomew's who dined with them twice at the Albion nor would they have gone to work directly that my back was turned, ...... his wife but it was in vain, and I found myself sitting down to breakfast and dinner, day after day, as much alone as I should do if I called for a chop ...... and at last the dragoman got off. Dere, said he, picking up a small ...]
Genres: [fiction and literature | short storyDownloads: 288

George Washington

  [english | 1922]  

William Roscoe Thayer

Excerpts: [... Barnwell acted: the character of Barnwell and several others was said to be well perform'd there was Musick a Dapted and regularly conducted by ...... party sufficiently strong to be able to capture Fort Duquesne, and to confirm the British control of the Ohio. The Burgesses, however, pleaded economy, ...... Washington and she seemed to be mutually attracted. He lingered throughout ...]
Genres: [biography | history | audiobookDownloads: 112


  [french | 1843]  

Alexandre Dumas

Summary: [Curious George Goes to the Hospital is the seventh and final book in the original Curious George series. The book was published in 1966 and is written by Margaret H. A. Rey.]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 262

Georges Guynemer

  [english | 1918]  

Henry Bordeaux

Summary: [Bibliography: p. 492-493.]
Genres: [biography | warDownloads: 402

Georgia Scenes

  [english | ]  

Augustus Baldwin Longstreet

Summary: [Augustus Baldwin Longstreet (September 22 1790-July 9 1870) was an American lawyer minster educator and humorist known for his book Georgia Scenes.]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 432

Georgian Poetry 1911 12

  [english | 1912]  


Excerpts: [... prey. How fearful is this trade of sailing. Worse. Than all land-evils is the water-way. Before me now.-What, cowardice. Nay, why. Trouble ...... of frightening you.-. Well, here's both tide and wind, and we may not start. Thomas:. Not start. I pray you, do. Captain:. It's no use ...... frenzy of life, the Indian being. And there are men in the dream. What men are they. I've heard, ...]
Genres: [poetryDownloads: 49

Georgian Poetry 1913 15

  [english | 1915]  


Summary: [Georgian Poetry 1913 15 by Anonymous. The object of Georgian Poetry 1911-1912 was to give a convenient survey of the work published within two years by some poets of the newer generation. The book was welcomed and perhaps even in a time like this those whom it interested may care to have a corresponding volume for the three years which have since passed. Two of the poets - I think the youngest ...]
Genres: [poetryDownloads: 81

Georgian Poetry 1916 17

  [english | 1917]  


Summary: [Georgian Poetry 1916 17 by Anonymous. This third book of Georgian Poetry carries to the end of a seventh year the presentation of chosen examples from the work of contemporary poets belonging to the younger generation. Of the eighteen writers included nine appear in the series for the first time. The representation of the older inhabitants has in most cases been restricted in order to allow full ...]
Genres: [poetryDownloads: 459

Georgian Poetry 1918 19

  [english | 1919]  


Excerpts: [... nature in your pocket. The Man:. I don't say that-. The Woman:. If you kept saying naught, No one would guess the fool you are. Second Man:. Almost. My ...... with thorns. His face was pale as putty,. Thrown far back clots of drooping spittle foamed. On his moustache, and his hair hung ...... of black hellebore and rosemary,. Where wild woodruff spills in a milky pool. Low we ...]
Genres: [poetryDownloads: 375

Georgian Poetry 1920 22

  [english | 1922]  


Excerpts: [... (from 'The Song of Life'). WALTER DE LA MARE. The Moth (from 'The Veil'). 'Sotto Voce' ...... the sunlight slants. Making the grass one great green gem of light,. Bright earth, crimson and even. Scarlet, everywhere tracks. The rambling ...... the windows and the doors. But, framed among the other stores,. Something has caught Miss Thompson's eye. (O worldliness. O vanity.),. A ......]
Genres: [poetryDownloads: 275
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