Catalogue of English Prose Fiction in the Brookline Public Library: January, 1895 : Arranged Alphabetically by Authors and Titles with Historical and Juvenile Works Indicated (Google eBook)

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Trustees, 1895 - English fiction - 298 pages
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Page 160 - The death of Ivan Ilyitch. — If you neglect the fire, you don't put it out. — Where love is, there God is also.
Page 43 - Contents: The reporter who made himself king; Midsummer pirates; Richard Carr's baby; The great Triclub tennis tournament; The jump at Corey's slip; The Van Bibber baseball club; The story of a jockey.
Page 165 - Contents:—The stolen white elephant; Some rambling notes of an idle excursion; The facts concerning the recent carnival of crime in Connecticut; About magnanimousincident literature; Punch, brothers, punch; A curious experience; The great revolution in Pitcairn; Mrs.
Page 153 - THE GRIFFIN AND THE MINOR CANON. • OLD PIPES AND THE DRYAD.
Page 160 - Bearhunting worse than slavery. — Stories of my dogs. — Early days. — Scenes from common life. — Stories from physics. — Tales irom zoology.
Page 125 - Mowbray; Simple tales; The black velvet pelisse; The death-bed; The fashionable wife and unfashionable husband; The robber; The mother and son; Love and duty; The soldier's return; The brother and sister; The revenge; The uncle and nephew ; .Murder will out; The orphan; The father and daughter; tiappy faces.
Page 160 - The wood-cutting expedition. — An old acquaintance. —Lost on the steppe; or, The snowstorm. — Polikushka. — Kholstomir ; a story of a horse. Ivan Ilyitch, and other stories.
Page 153 - CONTENTS : The Christmas Wreck, A Story of Assisted Fate, An Unhistoric Page, A Tale of Negative Gravity, The Cloverfields' Carriage, The Remarkable Wreck of the
Page 234 - Howells ; The Luck of Roaring Camp, by Bret Harte ; Jerry Jarvis's W.ig, by RH Barham; Beauty and the Beast, by NP Willis ; David Swan, by N. Hawthorne...
Page 165 - McWilliams and the lightning; On the decay of the art of lying; The canvasser's tale; An encounter with an interviewer...

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