Half Told Tales

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Kessinger Publishing, Sep 1, 2004 - Fiction - 164 pages
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1917. A collection of short tales by Van Dyke, the American clergyman, diplomat, educator, and author. Contents: A Tale of Travel; Tale of the Two Runners; Tale of the Cursing of Capital; Tale of the Jewels; Tale of a Habitation Forfeited; A Parable of Wedlock; Tale of Learning by Experience; Tale of the Embankment; Tale of the Two Wolves; The Jericho Road; Tale of the Hitching-Post; Tale of the Only Infallible Soap; A Man Praying; Tale of the Shaky Bridge; Tale of the Prisoner; Tale of the Philosophic Husband; A Tale of Peace; A Tale of Man and the Machine; A Tale of Friends; The Key of the Tower; The King's Jewel; The Ripening of the Fruit; An Old Game; A Change of Air; Beggars Under the Bush; Stronghold; The Return of the Charm; In the Odor of Sanctity; The Primitive and His Sandals; and The Hero and Tin Soldiers. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

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