Boutique dos psicopatas

LITERATURA

  1. A Divina Comédia -Dante Alighieri
  2. A Comédia dos Erros -William Shakespeare
  3. Poemas de Fernando Pessoa -Fernando Pessoa
  4. Dom Casmurro -Machado de Assis
  5. Cancioneiro -Fernando Pessoa
  6. Romeu e Julieta -William Shakespeare
  7. A Cartomante -Machado de Assis
  8. Mensagem -Fernando Pessoa
  9. A Carteira -Machado de Assis
  10. A Megera Domada -William Shakespeare
  11. A Tragédia de Hamlet, Príncipe da Dinamarca -William Shakespeare
  12. Sonho de Uma Noite de Verão -William Shakespeare
  13. O Eu profundo e os outros Eus. -Fernando Pessoa
  14. Dom Casmurro -Machado de Assis
  15. Do Livro do Desassossego -Fernando Pessoa
  16. Poesias Inéditas -Fernando Pessoa
  17. Tudo Bem Quando Termina Bem -William Shakespeare
  18. A Carta -Pero Vaz de Caminha
  19. A Igreja do Diabo -Machado de Assis
  20. Macbeth -William Shakespeare
  21. Este mundo da injustiça globalizada -José Saramago
  22. A Tempestade -William Shakespeare
  23. O pastor amoroso -Fernando Pessoa
  24. A Cidade e as Serras -José Maria Eça de Queirós
  25. Livro do Desassossego -Fernando Pessoa
  26. A Carta de Pero Vaz de Caminha -Pero Vaz de Caminha
  27. O Guardador de Rebanhos -Fernando Pessoa
  28. O Mercador de Veneza -William Shakespeare
  29. A Esfinge sem Segredo -Oscar Wilde
  30. Trabalhos de Amor Perdidos -William Shakespeare
  31. Memórias Póstumas de Brás Cubas -Machado de Assis
  32. A Mão e a Luva -Machado de Assis
  33. Arte Poética -Aristóteles
  34. Conto de Inverno -William Shakespeare
  35. Otelo, O Mouro de Veneza -William Shakespeare
  36. Antônio e Cleópatra -William Shakespeare
  37. Os Lusíadas -Luís Vaz de Camões
  38. A Metamorfose -Franz Kafka
  39. A Cartomante -Machado de Assis
  40. Rei Lear -William Shakespeare
  41. A Causa Secreta -Machado de Assis
  42. Poemas Traduzidos -Fernando Pessoa
  43. Muito Barulho Por Nada -William Shakespeare
  44. Júlio César -William Shakespeare
  45. Auto da Barca do Inferno -Gil Vicente
  46. Poemas de Álvaro de Campos -Fernando Pessoa
  47. Cancioneiro -Fernando Pessoa
  48. A Ela -Machado de Assis
  49. O Banqueiro Anarquista -Fernando Pessoa
  50. Dom Casmurro -Machado de Assis
  51. A Dama das Camélias -Alexandre Dumas Filho
  52. Poemas de Álvaro de Campos -Fernando Pessoa
  53. Adão e Eva -Machado de Assis
  54. A Moreninha -Joaquim Manuel de Macedo
  55. A Chinela Turca -Machado de Assis
  56. As Alegres Senhoras de Windsor -William Shakespeare
  57. Poemas Selecionados -Florbela Espanca
  58. As Vítimas-Algozes -Joaquim Manuel de Macedo
  59. Iracema -José de Alencar
  60. A Mão e a Luva -Machado de Assis
  61. Ricardo III -William Shakespeare
  62. O Alienista -Machado de Assis
  63. Poemas Inconjuntos -Fernando Pessoa
  64. A Volta ao Mundo em 80 Dias -Júlio Verne
  65. A Carteira -Machado de Assis
  66. Primeiro Fausto -Fernando Pessoa
  67. Senhora by Veja Isso-José de Alencar
  68. A Escrava Isaura -Bernardo Guimarães
  69. Memórias Póstumas de Brás Cubas -Machado de Assis
  70. A Mensageira das Violetas -Florbela Espanca
  71. Sonetos -Luís Vaz de Camões
  72. Eu e Outras Poesias -Augusto dos Anjos
  73. Fausto -Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  74. Iracema -José de Alencar
  75. Poemas de Ricardo Reis -Fernando Pessoa
  76. Os Maias -José Maria Eça de Queirós
  77. O Guarani -José de Alencar
  78. A Mulher de Preto -Machado de Assis
  79. A Alma Encantadora das Ruas -João do Rio
  80. A Pianista -Machado de Assis
  81. Poemas em Inglês -Fernando Pessoa
  82. A Igreja do Diabo -Machado de Assis
  83. A Herança -Machado de Assis
  84. A chave -Machado de Assis
  85. Eu -Augusto dos Anjos
  86. As Primaveras -Casimiro de Abreu
  87. A Desejada das Gentes -Machado de Assis
  88. Poemas de Ricardo Reis -Fernando Pessoa
  89. Quincas Borba -Machado de Assis
  90. A Segunda Vida -Machado de Assis
  91. Os Sertões -Euclides da Cunha
  92. Poemas de Álvaro de Campos -Fernando Pessoa
  93. O Alienista -Machado de Assis
  94. Don Quixote. Vol. 1 -Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
  95. Medida Por Medida -William Shakespeare
  96. Os Dois Cavalheiros de Verona -William Shakespeare
  97. A Alma do Lázaro -José de Alencar
  98. A Vida Eterna -Machado de Assis
  99. A Causa Secreta -Machado de Assis
  100. 14 de Julho na Roça -Raul Pompéia
  101. Divina Comedia -Dante Alighieri
  102. O Crime do Padre Amaro -José Maria Eça de Queirós
  103. Coriolano -William Shakespeare
  104. Astúcias de Marido -Machado de Assis
  105. Senhora -José de Alencar
  106. Auto da Barca do Inferno -Gil Vicente
  107. Noite na Taverna -Manuel Antônio Álvares de Azevedo
  108. Memórias Póstumas de Brás Cubas -Machado de Assis
  109. A ‘Não-me-toques‘ ! -Artur Azevedo
  110. Os Maias -José Maria Eça de Queirós
  111. Obras Seletas -Rui Barbosa
  112. A Mão e a Luva -Machado de Assis
  113. Aurora sem Dia -Machado de Assis
  114. Édipo-Rei -Sófocles
  115. O Abolicionismo -Joaquim Nabuco
  116. Pai Contra Mãe -Machado de Assis
  117. O Cortiço -Aluísio de Azevedo
  118. Tito Andrônico -William Shakespeare
  119. Adão e Eva -Machado de Assis
  120. Os Sertões -Euclides da Cunha
  121. Esaú e Jacó -Machado de Assis
  122. Don Quixote -Miguel de Cervantes
  123. Camões -Joaquim Nabuco
  124. Antes que Cases -Machado de Assis
  125. A melhor das noivas -Machado de Assis
  126. Livro de Mágoas -Florbela Espanca
  127. O Cortiço -Aluísio de Azevedo
  128. A Relíquia -José Maria Eça de Queirós
  129. Helena -Machado de Assis
  130. Contos -José Maria Eça de Queirós
  131. A Sereníssima República -Machado de Assis
  132. Iliada -Homero
  133. Amor de Perdição -Camilo Castelo Branco
  134. A Brasileira de Prazins -Camilo Castelo Branco
  135. Os Lusíadas -Luís Vaz de Camões
  136. Sonetos e Outros Poemas -Manuel Maria de Barbosa du Bocage
  137. Ficções do interlúdio: para além do outro oceano de Coelho Pacheco. -Fernando Pessoa
  138. Anedota Pecuniária -Machado de Assis
  139. A Carne -Júlio Ribeiro
  140. O Primo Basílio -José Maria Eça de Queirós
  141. Don Quijote -Miguel de Cervantes
  142. A Volta ao Mundo em Oitenta Dias -Júlio Verne
  143. A Semana -Machado de Assis
  144. A viúva Sobral -Machado de Assis
  145. A Princesa de Babilônia -Voltaire
  146. O Navio Negreiro -Antônio Frederico de Castro Alves
  147. Papéis Avulsos -Machado de Assis
  148. Eterna Mágoa -Augusto dos Anjos
  149. Cartas D’Amor -José Maria Eça de Queirós
  150. O Crime do Padre Amaro -José Maria Eça de Queirós
  151. Anedota do Cabriolet -Machado de Assis
  152. Canção do Exílio -Antônio Gonçalves Dias
  153. A Desejada das Gentes -Machado de Assis
  154. A Dama das Camélias -Alexandre Dumas Filho
  155. Don Quixote. Vol. 2 -Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
  156. Almas Agradecidas -Machado de Assis
  157. Cartas D’Amor – O Efêmero Feminino -José Maria Eça de Queirós
  158. Contos Fluminenses -Machado de Assis
  159. Odisséia -Homero
  160. Quincas Borba -Machado de Assis
  161. A Mulher de Preto -Machado de Assis
  162. Balas de Estalo -Machado de Assis
  163. A Senhora do Galvão -Machado de Assis
  164. O Primo Basílio -José Maria Eça de Queirós
  165. A Inglezinha Barcelos -Machado de Assis
  166. CHARNECA EM FLOR -Florbela Espanca
  167. Cinco Minutos -José de Alencar
  168. Memórias de um Sargento de Milícias -Manuel Antônio de Almeida
  169. Lucíola -José de Alencar
  170. A Parasita Azul -Machado de Assis
  171. A Viuvinha -José de Alencar
  172. Utopia -Thomas Morus
  173. Missa do Galo -Machado de Assis
  174. Espumas Flutuantes -Antônio Frederico de Castro Alves
  175. Hamlet -William Shakespeare
  176. A Ama-Seca -Artur Azevedo
  177. O Espelho -Machado de Assis
  178. Helena -Machado de Assis
  179. As Academias de Sião -Machado de Assis
  180. A Carne -Júlio Ribeiro
  181. A Ilustre Casa de Ramires -José Maria Eça de Queirós
  182. Como e Por Que Sou Romancista -José de Alencar
  183. Antes da Missa -Machado de Assis
  184. A Alma Encantadora das Ruas -João do Rio
  185. A Carta -Pero Vaz de Caminha
  186. LIVRO DE SÓROR SAUDADE -Florbela Espanca
  187. A mulher Pálida -Machado de Assis
  188. Americanas -Machado de Assis
  189. Cândido -Voltaire
  190. Viagens de Gulliver -Jonathan Swift
  191. El Arte de la Guerra -Sun Tzu
  192. Conto de Escola -Machado de Assis
  193. Redondilhas -Luís Vaz de Camões
  194. Iluminuras -Arthur Rimbaud
  195. Schopenhauer -Thomas Mann
  196. A esfinge sem segredo -Oscar Wilde
  197. Carta de Pero Vaz de Caminha. -Pero Vaz de Caminha
  198. Memorial de Aires -Machado de Assis
  199. Triste Fim de Policarpo Quaresma -Afonso Henriques de Lima Barreto
  200. A última receita -Machado de Assis
  201. 7 Canções -Salomão Rovedo
  202. Antologia -Antero de Quental
  203. O Alienista -Machado de Assis
  204. Outras Poesias -Augusto dos Anjos
  205. Alma Inquieta -Olavo Bilac
  206. A Dança dos Ossos -Bernardo Guimarães
  207. A Semana -Machado de Assis
  208. Diário Íntimo -Afonso Henriques de Lima Barreto
  209. A Casadinha de Fresco -Artur Azevedo
  210. Esaú e Jacó -Machado de Assis
  211. Canções e Elegias -Luís Vaz de Camões
  212. A mágoa do Infeliz Cosme -Machado de Assis
  213. Seleção de Obras Poéticas -Gregório de Matos
  214. Contos de Lima Barreto -Afonso Henriques de Lima Barreto
  215. Farsa de Inês Pereira -Gil Vicente
  216. A Condessa Vésper -Aluísio de Azevedo
  217. Confissões de uma Viúva -Machado de Assis
  218. As Bodas de Luís Duarte -Machado de Assis
  219. O LIVRO D’ELE -Florbela Espanca
  220. O Navio Negreiro -Antônio Frederico de Castro Alves
  221. A Moreninha -Joaquim Manuel de Macedo
  222. Lira dos Vinte Anos -Manuel Antônio Álvares de Azevedo
  223. A Orgia dos Duendes -Bernardo Guimarães
  224. Kamasutra -Mallanâga Vâtsyâyana
  225. Triste Fim de Policarpo Quaresma -Afonso Henriques de Lima Barreto
  226. A Bela Madame Vargas -João do Rio
  227. Uma Estação no Inferno -Arthur Rimbaud
  228. Cinco Mulheres -Machado de Assis
  229. A Confissão de Lúcio -Mário de Sá-Carneiro
  230. O Cortiço -Aluísio Azevedo
  231. RELIQUIAE -Florbela Espanca
  232. Minha formação -Joaquim Nabuco
  233. A Conselho do Marido -Artur Azevedo
  234. Auto da Alma -Gil Vicente
  235. 345 -Artur Azevedo
  236. O Dicionário -Machado de Assis
  237. Contos Gauchescos -João Simões Lopes Neto
  238. A idéia do Ezequiel Maia -Machado de Assis
  239. AMOR COM AMOR SE PAGA -França Júnior
  240. Cinco minutos -José de Alencar
  241. Lucíola -José de Alencar
  242. Aos Vinte Anos -Aluísio de Azevedo
  243. A Poesia Interminável -João da Cruz e Sousa
  244. A Alegria da Revolução -Ken Knab
  245. O Ateneu -Raul Pompéia
  246. O Homem que Sabia Javanês e Outros Contos -Afonso Henriques de Lima Barreto
  247. Ayres e Vergueiro -Machado de Assis
  248. A Campanha Abolicionista -José Carlos do Patrocínio
  249. Noite de Almirante -Machado de Assis
  250. O Sertanejo -José de Alencar
  251. A Conquista -Coelho Neto
  252. Casa Velha -Machado de Assis
  253. O Enfermeiro -Machado de Assis
  254. O Livro de Cesário Verde -José Joaquim Cesário Verde
  255. Casa de Pensão -Aluísio de Azevedo
  256. A Luneta Mágica -Joaquim Manuel de Macedo
  257. Poemas -Safo
  258. A Viuvinha -José de Alencar
  259. Coisas que Só Eu Sei -Camilo Castelo Branco
  260. Contos para Velhos -Olavo Bilac
  261. Ulysses -James Joyce
  262. 13 Oktobro 1582 -Luiz Ferreira Portella Filho
  263. Cícero -Plutarco
  264. Espumas Flutuantes /a>-Antônio Frederico de Castro Alves
  265. Confissões de uma Viúva Moça -Machado de Assis
  266. As Religiões no Rio -João do Rio
  267. Várias Histórias -Machado de Assis
  268. A Arrábida -Vania Ribas Ulbricht
  269. Bons Dias -Machado de Assis
  270. O Elixir da Longa Vida -Honoré de Balzac
  271. A Capital Federal -Artur Azevedo
  272. A Escrava Isaura -Bernardo Guimarães
  273. As Forças Caudinas -Machado de Assis
  274. Coração, Cabeça e Estômago -Camilo Castelo Branco
  275. Balas de Estalo -Machado de Assis
  276. AS VIAGENS -Olavo Bilac
  277. Antigonas -Sofócles
  278. A Dívida -Artur Azevedo
  279. Sermão da Sexagésima -Pe. Antônio Vieira
  280. Uns Braços -Machado de Assis
  281. Ubirajara -José de Alencar
  282. Poética -Aristóteles
  283. Bom Crioulo -Adolfo Ferreira Caminha
  284. A Cruz Mutilada -Vania Ribas Ulbricht
  285. Antes da Rocha Tapéia -Machado de Assis
  286. Poemas Irônicos, Venenosos e Sarcásticos -Manuel Antônio Álvares de Azevedo
  287. Histórias da Meia-Noite -Machado de Assis
  288. Via-Láctea -Olavo Bilac
  289. O Mulato -Aluísio de Azevedo
  290. O Primo Basílio – José Maria Eça de Queirós
  291. Os Escravos -Antônio Frederico de Castro Alves
  292. A Pata da Gazela -José de Alencar
  293. BRÁS, BEXIGA E BARRA FUNDA -Alcântara Machado
  294. Vozes d’África -Antônio Frederico de Castro Alves
  295. Memórias de um Sargento de Milícias -Manuel Antônio de Almeida
  296. O que é o Casamento? -José de Alencar
  297. A Harpa do Crente
  298. Tempestade Mental – Robert Abraham
  299. Soul Love – À Noite O Céu É Perfeito! – Lynda Waterhouse
  300. Quem Mexeu No Meu Queijo – Spencer Johnson
  301. Perto Do Coração Selvagem – Clarice Lispector
  302. Pergunte Ao Pó – John Fante
  303. Pássaros Feridos – Colleen Mccullough
  304. Os Sete – André Vianco
  305. O Perfume – Patrick Süskind
  306. O Ovo Apunhalado – Caio Fenando Abreu
  307. O Mito Da Caverna – Platão
  308. O Menino Do Pijama Listrado – John Boyne
  309. O Guardião De Memórias – Kim Edwards
  310. O Diário De Anne Frank – Anne Frank
  311. O Apanhador No Campo De Centeio – Jerome David Salinger
  312. O 3º Travesseiro – Nelson Luiz De Carvalho
  313. Mulheres De Cabul – Harriet Logan
  314. Midnight Sun – Stephenie Meyer
  315. Feliz Ano Velho – Marcelo Rubens Paiva
  316. Eu, Christiane F.,13 Anos, Drogada, Prostituída – Kai Hermann E Horst Rieck
  317. Em Seu Lugar – Jennifer Weiner
  318. Desventuras Em Série – Volume 13 – O Fim
  319. Desventuras Em Série – Volume 12 – O Penúltimo Perigo
  320. Desventuras Em Série – Volume 11 – A Gruta Gorgônea
  321. Desventuras Em Série – Volume 10 – O Escorregador De Gelo
  322. Desventuras Em Série – Volume 09 – O Espetáculo Carnívoro
  323. Desventuras Em Série – Volume 08 – O Hospital Hostil
  324. Desventuras Em Série – Volume 07 – A Cidade Sinistra Dos Corvos
  325. Desventuras Em Série – Volume 06 – O Elevador Ersatz Desventuras Em Série – Volume 05 – Inferno No Colégio Interno
  326. Desventuras Em Série – Volume 04 – Serraria Baixo-Astral
  327. Desventuras Em Série – Volume 03 – O Lago Das Sanguessugas
  328. Desventuras Em Série – Volume 02 – A Sala Dos Répteis
  329. Desventuras Em Série – Volume 01 – Mau Começo Desonrada – Mukhtar Maim
  330. Depois Daquela Viagem – Valéria Piassa Polizzi
  331. Cidades De Papel – John Green
  332. Cem Anos De Solidão – Gabriel Garcia Marquez
  333. Bom De Cama – Jennifer Weiner
  334. As Pupilas Do Senhor Reitor – Júlio Dinis
  335. As Cinco Pessoas Que Você Encontra No Céu – Mitch Albom
  336. As Cinco Linguagens Do Amor – Gary Chapman
  337. Ana Terra – Érico Veríssimo
  338. Amor Além Da Vida – Richard Matheson
  339. A Última Grande Lição – Mitch Albom
  340. A Sombra Do Vento – Carlos Ruiz Zafón
  341. A Marca De Uma Lágrima – Pedro Bandeira
  342. A Distância Entre Nós – Thrity Umrigar
  343. A Dieta Do Tipo Sanguíneo – Dr. Peter J. D’adamo
  344. A Cor Púrpura – Alice Walker
  345. A Bíblia Viva
  346. A Bíblia Católica
  347. Tempo De Matar – John Grisham
  348. Alma Inquieta – Olavo Bilac
  349. As viagens – Olavo Bilac
  350. Contos para velhos – Olavo Bilac
  351. O Caçador de Esmeraldas – Olavo Bilac
  352. Panóplias – Olavo Bilac
  353. Profissão de fé – Olavo Bilac
  354. Sarças de Fogo – Olavo Bilac
  355. Tarde -Olavo Bilac
  356. Via-Láctea – Olavo Bilac
  357. Ali Parcha de Alexandre Dumas em pdf
  358. Countess de Saint-Geran de Alexandre Dumas em pdf
  359. Derues de Alexandre Dumas em pdf
  360. Joan of Naples de Alexandre Dumas em pdf
  361. La Constantin de Alexandre Dumas em pdf
  362. Louise de la Valliere de Alexandre Dumas em pdf
  363. Martin Guerre de Alexandre Dumas em pdf
  364. Murat de Alexandre Dumas em pdf
  365. Nisida de Alexandre Dumas em pdf
  366. Ten Years Later de Alexandre Dumas em pdf
  367. The Black Tulip de Alexandre Dumas em pdf
  368. The Borgias de Alexandre Dumas em pdf
  369. The Cenci  – Alexandre Dumas em pdf
  370. The Count of Monte Cristo de Alexandre Dumas em francês: Parte 1Parte 2 / Parte 3/Parte 4
  371. The Man in the Iron Mask de Alexandre Dumas em pdf
  372. The Marquise de Ganges de Alexandre Dumas em pdf
  373. The Three Musketeers de Alexandre Dumas: inglês / francês
  374. The Vicomte of Bragelonne de Alexandre Dumas: inglês / francês: Parte 1 / Parte 2Parte 3
  375. Twenty Years After de Alexandre Dumas em pdf
  376. Urbain Grandier de Alexandre Dumas em pdf
  377. Vaninka de Alexandre Dumas em pdf
  378. Karl Ludwig Sand de Alexandre Dumas em pdf
  379. Acté de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  380. Les Mémoires d’un médecin de Alexandre Dumas em francês: Parte 1Parte 2
  381. Aventures de Lyderic de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  382. Catherine Blum de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  383. Divers contes de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  384. Fernande de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  385. Histoire d’un casse-noistte de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  386. Impressions de voayage en Suisse de Alexandre Dumas em francês: Parte 1 / Parte 2
  387. Joseph Balsamo de Alexandre Dumas em francês: Parte 1Parte 2 / Parte 3 / Parte 4
  388. La Comtesse de Charny de Alexandre Dumas em francês: Parte 1Parte 2 / Parte 3 / Parte 4 / Parte 5
  389. La Dame de Monsoreau de Alexandre Dumas em francês: Parte 1 / Parte 2Parte 3
  390. La Dernière Année de Marie Dorval de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  391. La Femme au collier de velours de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  392. La Jeunesse de Pierrot de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  393. La princesse Flora de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  394. La Reine Margot de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  395. La San-Felice de Alexandre Dumas em francês: Parte 1 / Parte 2 / Parte 3 / Parte 4Parte 5
  396. La Tulipe Noire de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  397. La Capitaine Pamphile de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  398. Le Capitaine Paul de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  399. Le Chevalier d’Hatmental de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  400. Le Chevalier de Maison-Rouge de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  401. Le Collier de la Reine de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  402. Le Comte de Moret de Alexandre Dumas em francês: Parte 1 / Parte 2
  403. Le Fils du forçat de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  404. Le Maître d’armes de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  405. Le Meneur de loups de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  406. Les Aventires de John Davys de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  407. Les Blancs et les Bleus de Alexandre Dumas em francês: Parte 1Parte 2
  408. Les Compagnons de Jéhu de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  409. Les Louves de Machecol de Alexandre Dumas em francês: Parte 1 / Parte 2
  410. Les Quarante-cinq de Alexandre Dumas em francês: Parte 1 / Parte 2 / Parte 3
  411. Othon l’archer de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  412. Robin Hood, le prince des voleurs de Alexandre Dumas em francês: Parte 1Parte 2
  413. Une Fille du Régent de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  414. Vingt ans après de Alexandre Dumas em francês em pdf
  415. Abraham Lincoln by James Russell Lowell
  416. Action Front by Boyd Cable
    Several short stories based on real events in WWI that try to give a sense of what it was like for the people on the front lines.
  417. Adventure by Jack London
  418. Adventure of Wisteria Lodge, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
  419. Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
  420. Adventure of the Cardboard Box, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
  421. Adventure of the Devil’s Foot, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
  422. Adventure of the Dying Detective, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
  423. Adventure of the Red Circle, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
  424. Adventures of Colonel Daniel Boone, The by John Filson
    The adventures of Col. Daniel Boon; containing a Narrative of the Wars of Kentucky, from The Discovery and Settlement of Kentucky.
  425. Adventures of Gerard, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
  426. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
  427. Adventures of Old Mr. Toad, The by Thornton W. Burgess
  428. Adventures of Pinocchio, The by C. Collodi
  429. Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
  430. Aesop’s Fables by Aesop
    82 short fables, many you will recognize from your own childhood, like Wolf in Sheeps Clothing, and the Fox and the Grapes.
  431. Age of Innocence, The by Edith Wharton
    A story of the upper classes of Old New York, where everybody has to play the accepted role to be welcome.
  432. Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp by Unknown
  433. Alexander’s Bridge by Willa Cather
    A story about a doomed love affair and the lives it destroys. Cather’s first novel, it is heavy with symbolism and melodramatic action.
  434. Alexandria And Her Schools by Charles Kingsley
  435. Altar of the Dead, The by Henry James
  436. An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge by Ambrose Bierce
    The last thoughts of a Southern planter captured and condemned to die by Union soldiers.
  437. Ancien Regime, The by Charles Kingsley
  438. Angel Of The Revolution, The by George Chetwynd Griffith
    To-night that spark was to be shaken from the torch of Revolution, and to-morrow the first of the mines would explode…the armies of Europe would fight their way through the greatest war that the world had ever seen.
  439. Ann Veronica by H. G. [Herbert George] Wells
    A story of a young woman coming of age and discovering her heart’s desire.
  440. Anne Of Avonlea by Lucy Maud Montgomery
    Sequel to Anne of Green Gables. Anne becomes a schoolteacher.
  441. Anne Of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery
    First in a series of books about Anne. The story starts when Anne, an eleven year old orphan is sent to live on a farm with a middle-aged sister and brother.
  442. Anne of the Island by Lucy Maud Montgomery
    More of the Anne of Green Gables series. Anne goes to college.
  443. Anne’s House of Dreams by Lucy Maud Montgomery
  444. Anthem by Ayn Rand
    Set in a future that has lost much knowledge about technology and shuns individuality, a man and a woman break free from the bonds of conformity.
  445. Apology by Plato
  446. Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne.
  447. At the Earth’s Core by Edgar Rice Burroughs
  448. Awakening and Selected Short Stories, The by Kate Chopin
    .
  449. Battle of Life, The by Charles Dickens
  450. Beast in the Jungle, The by Henry James
  451. Bedford-Row Conspiracy, The by William Makepeace Thackeray
  452. Blue Flower, The by Henry van Dyke
  453. Bridge-Builders, The by Mark Twain
  454. Bunner Sisters by Edith Wharton
  455. Buttered Side Down by Edna Ferber
  456. Call of the Wild, The by Jack London
  457. Captain Stormfield’s Visit to Heaven by Mark Twain
  458. Captain of the Polestar, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
  459. Carry On by Coningsby Dawson
  460. Cask of Amontillado, The by Edgar Allan Poe
  461. Child of Storm by H. Rider Haggard
  462. Chimes, The by Charles Dickens
  463. Christmas Carol, A by Charles Dickens
  464. Chronicles of Avonlea by Lucy Maud Montgomery
  465. Cinderella; or, The Little Glass Slipper and other Stories, by Unknown
  466. Club of Queer Trades, The by Gilbert K. Chesterton
  467. Common Sense by Thomas Paine
  468. Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur’s Court, A by Mark Twain
    .
  469. Constitution Of The United States Of America, 1787, The by Various
  470. Country of the Pointed Firs, The by Sarah Orne Jewett
  471. Cranford by Elizabeth Gaskell
    .
  472. Creatures That Once Were Men by Maxim Gorky
  473. Cricket on the Hearth, The by Charles Dickens
  474. Crome Yellow by Aldous Huxley
  475. Curious Case Of Benjamin Button, The by F. Scott Fitzgerald
  476. Daisy Miller by Henry James
    .
  477. Damaged Goods by Upton Sinclair
  478. Dark Night’s Work, A by Elizabeth Gaskell
    .
  479. Dawn O’Hara by Edna Ferber
  480. Dawn of A To-morrow, The by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  481. Dead Men Tell No Tales by E. W. Hornung
  482. Declaration of Independence of the United States of America, The by Thomas Jefferson
  483. Defense of Enthusiasm, A by Henry Theodore Tuckerman
    Let us recognize the beauty and power of true enthusiasm; and whatever we may do to enlighten ourselves and others, guard against checking or chilling a single earnest sentiment.
  484. Devil And Tom Walker, The by Washington Irving
    However Tom might have felt disposed to sell himself to the devil, he was determined not to do so to oblige his wife.
  485. Devil’s Ford by Bret Harte
  486. Dickory Cronke by Daniel Defoe
  487. Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
  488. Doctor Marigold by Charles Dickens
  489. Door in the Wall And Other Stories, The by H. G. [Herbert George] Wells
    Eight Short Stories
  490. Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz by L. Frank Baum
    The fourth book in the series. Dorthy gets sucked to the center of the Earth and has to make her way back to OZ.
  491. Dr. Heidegger’s Experiment by Nathaniel Hawthorne
    Water from the fountain of youth makes a group of people young, but for how long, and at what cost?
  492. Dracula by Bram Stoker
    The classic story of the gothic vampire.
  493. Earth to the Moon by Jules Verne
    A group of civil war veterans become obsessed with creating a giant cannon capable of shooting a space-bullet with a human cargo to the moon.
  494. El Dorado by Baroness Emmuska Orczy
    Another novel in the series about the Scarlet Pimpernel. Chauvelin is again plotting to capture Sir Percy with disastrous consequences if he suceeds.
  495. Emerald City of Oz, The by L. Frank Baum
    The evil Nome King tunnels under the Emerald City to destroy it.
  496. Emile Zola by William Dean Howells
  497. Europeans, The by Henry James
    A tale of two worlds colliding. Eugenia, an American expatriate and her brother Felix visit Boston to arrange a second marriage for Eugenia.
  498. Evergreens by Jerome K. Jerome
  499. Everybody’s Business is Nobody’s Business by Daniel Defoe
  500. Faith of Men, The by Jack London
    Eight short stories.
  501. Fall of the House of Usher, The by Edgar Allan Poe
  502. Federalist No. 10 by Publius
    Federalist Papers Number 10. The Union as a Safeguard Against Domestic Faction and Insurrection.
  503. Federalist No. 51 by Publius
    Federalist Papers Number 51. The Structure of the Government Must Furnish the Proper Checks and Balances.
  504. Fire-Tongue by Sax Rohmer
  505. First Hundred Thousand, The by Ian Hay
    Captain Beith enlisted at the first outbreak of hostilities in the summer of 1914. After training he accompanied his regiment to the front in April, and, as his narrative discloses, immediately saw some very active service. In the offensive of September, Captain Beith’s division was badly cut up and seriously reduced in numbers.
  506. First Inaugural Address by George W. Bush
    Saturday, January 20, 2001
  507. First Inaugural Address by Grover Cleveland
    Wednesday, March 4, 1885
  508. First Inaugural Address by William Jefferson Clinton
    Wednesday, January 20, 1993
  509. First Inaugural Address by Dwight D. Eisenhower
    Tuesday, January 20, 1953
  510. First Inaugural Address by Ulysses S. Grant
    Thursday, March 4, 1869
  511. First Inaugural Address by Andrew Jackson
    Wednesday, March 4, 1829
  512. First Inaugural Address by Abraham Lincoln
    Monday, March 4, 1861
  513. First Inaugural Address by James Madison
    Saturday, March 4, 1809
  514. First Inaugural Address by William McKinley
    Thursday, March 4, 1897
  515. First Inaugural Address by James Monroe
    Tuesday, March 4, 1817
  516. First Inaugural Address by Richard Milhous Nixon
    Monday, January 20, 1969
  517. First Inaugural Address by Ronald Reagan
    Tuesday, January 20, 1981
  518. First Inaugural Address by George Washington
    Thursday, April 30, 1789
  519. First Inaugural Address by Woodrow Wilson
    Tuesday, March 4, 1913
  520. First Inaugural Speech by Thomas Jefferson
    Wednesday, March 4, 1801
  521. First Inaugural Speech of Franklin Delano Roosevelt by Franklin Delano Roosevelt
  522. First Men In The Moon, The by H. G. [Herbert George] Wells
    A story about people who travel to the moon, and the life-forms and societies they find there.
  523. Fisherman’s Luck by Henry van Dyke
  524. Flush of Gold by Jack London
  525. Fourth Inaugural Address by Franklin Delano Roosevelt
    Saturday, January 20, 1945
  526. Frankenstein by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
    The classic story of man playing god and toying with the laws of nature.
  527. From London to Land’s End by Daniel Defoe
  528. Gambler, The by Fyodor Dostoevsky
    A first-person account by compulsive gambler Alexei’s passion and despair about his addiction.
  529. Game, The by Jack London
  530. Gentle Grafter, The by O Henry
    Fourteen short stories
  531. Gettysburg Address, The by Abraham Lincoln
  532. Glimpses of the Moon, The by Edith Wharton
  533. Glinda of Oz by L. Frank Baum
  534. Glory of the Trenches, The by Coningsby Dawson
    A first-hand, patriotic look at trench warfare, trying to show that there was more than bad conditions and horrors.
  535. God The Invisible King by H. G. [Herbert George] Wells
  536. Going into Society by Charles Dickens
  537. Golden Road, The by Lucy Maud Montgomery
    The sequel to Story Girl, Sara returns to the family farm for the winter and with the help of others, decides to publish a magazine.
  538. Grandfather’s Chair by Nathaniel Hawthorne
  539. Great Stone Face, et. al., The by Nathaniel Hawthorne
    Four Short Stories
  540. Great War Syndicate, The by Frank R. Stockton
  541. Hard Times by Charles Dickens
    A satire about the effects of unfettered capitalism, set in victorian Britain.
  542. Haunted Bookshop, The by Christopher Morley
    When you sell a man a book, you don’t sell him just twelve ounces of paper and ink and glue – you sell him a whole new life.
  543. Haunted-House, The by Charles Dickens
  544. Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad
    A dark adventure where the narrator is sent into the Belgian Congo to pick up a stranded ivory boat. Reflects on the horror of European colonialism, and mankinds regression to savagery when social values are absent.
  545. Henry James, Jr. by William Dean Howells
  546. Heretics by Gilbert K. Chesterton
    20 essays attacking various writers and flawed thinking, as well as defending institutions he favors.
  547. Herodias by Gustave Flaubert
  548. Heroes by Charles Kingsley
  549. His Last Bow by Arthur Conan Doyle
  550. Holiday Romance by Charles Dickens
    In Four Parts.
  551. Holly-Tree, The by Charles Dickens
  552. Horse’s Tale, A by Mark Twain
  553. Hunted Down by Charles Dickens
    The detective stories of Charles Dickens.
  554. Hunting Sketches by Anthony Trollope
  555. I Have A Dream by Martin Luther King Jr.
  556. I and My Chimney by Herman Melville
    I and my chimney, two grey-headed old smokers, reside in the country. We are, I may say, old settlers here; particularly my old chimney, which settles more and more every day.
  557. In The Carquinez Woods by Bret Harte
  558. In a Hollow of the Hills by Bret Harte
  559. Inaugural Address by John Quincy Adams
    Friday, March 4, 1825
  560. Inaugural Address by James Buchanan
    Wednesday, March 4, 1857
  561. Inaugural Address by Martin Van Buren
    Saturday, March 4, 1837
  562. Inaugural Address by George Bush
    Friday, January 20, 1989
  563. Inaugural Address by Jimmy Carter
    Thursday, January 20, 1977
  564. Inaugural Address by Calvin Coolidge
    Wednesday, March 4, 1925
  565. Inaugural Address by James A. Garfield
    Friday, March 4, 1881
  566. Inaugural Address by Warren G. Harding
    Friday, March 4, 1921
  567. Inaugural Address by Benjamin Harrison
    Monday, March 4, 1889
  568. Inaugural Address by William Henry Harrison
    Thursday, March 4, 1841
  569. Inaugural Address by Rutherford B. Hayes
    Monday, March 5, 1877
  570. Inaugural Address by Herbert Hoover
    Monday, March 4, 1929
  571. Inaugural Address by Lyndon Baines Johnson
    Wednesday, January 20, 1965
  572. Inaugural Address by John F. Kennedy
    Friday, January 20, 1961
  573. Inaugural Address by Barack Hussein Obama
  574. Inaugural Address by Franklin Pierce
    Friday, March 4, 1853
  575. Inaugural Address by James Knox Polk
    Tuesday, March 4, 1845
  576. Inaugural Address by Theodore Roosevelt
    Saturday, March 4, 1905
  577. Inaugural Address by William Howard Taft
    Thursday, March 4, 1909
  578. Inaugural Address by Zachary Taylor
    Monday, March 5, 1849
  579. Inaugural Address by Harry S. Truman
    Thursday, January 20, 1949
  580. Inaugural Speech by John Adams
    Saturday, March 4, 1797
  581. Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl by Harriet Jacobs
    “Northerners know nothing at all about Slavery. They think it is perpetual bondage only. They have no conception of the depth of degradation involved in that word, SLAVERY; if they had, they would never cease their efforts until so horrible a system was overthrown.” — A Woman Of North Carolina.
  582. Initials Only by Anna Katharine Green
  583. Innocence of Father Brown, The by Gilbert K. Chesterton
    A priest who solves crimes by knowing more about the criminals than they know about themselves. He imagines himself inside their mind to understand their motives.
  584. Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu, The by Sax Rohmer
    The first adventure of Nayland Smith, an Englishman up against a cunning crime lord.
  585. Is Shakespeare Dead? by Mark Twain
  586. Island of Doctor Moreau, The by H. G. [Herbert George] Wells
    A man is shipwrecked on a South Seas Island where Dr. Moreau conducts disturbing experiments in which animals become human. Moreau plays God because he is curious, and brainwashes his creatures to obey him.
  587. Jerry of the Islands by Jack London
  588. Jungle, The by Upton Sinclair
    A gripping, gritty expose of the meat-packing industry in turn-of-the-century Chicago.
  589. Kidnapped Santa Claus, A by L. Frank Baum
  590. King Solomon’s Mines by H. Rider Haggard
  591. Lady of Quality, A by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  592. Lady, or the Tiger?, The by Frank R. Stockton
    A short story where a man must choose a door that either hides a Tiger or a lovely lady. His true love directs him to one of the doors, knowing she has lost him in either case.
  593. Lair of the White Worm, The by Bram Stoker
    A surreal story of an ancient serpent exerting influence on the living.
  594. Lamplighter, The by Charles Dickens
  595. Land That Time Forgot, The by Edgar Rice Burroughs
    A crew of a WWI era submarine lands on a small island to find it inhabited by creatures long extinct.
  596. Last of the Mohicans, The by James Fenimore Cooper
    Set in New York in colonial times, a story of adventure on the way to Fort William Henry.
  597. Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices, The by Charles Dickens
  598. Lees Of Happiness, The by F. Scott Fitzgerald
    Of this story I can say that it came to me in an irresistible form, crying to be written. It will be accused perhaps of being a mere piece of sentimentality, but, as I saw it, it was a great deal more. If, therefore, it lacks the ring of sincerity, or even, of tragedy, the fault rests not with the theme but with my handling of it.
  599. Legend of Sleepy Hollow, The by Washington Irving
    A story about Ichabod Crane, the singing master / school master and his rivalry with a young man over Katrina Von Tassel, a local beauty.
  600. Life and Adventures of Calamity Jane by Martha Cannary Burk
    Burk tells the story of her life in the wild west and how she became known as Calamity Jane.
  601. Life and Adventures of Santa Claus, The by L. Frank Baum
    Where did Santa Claus come from? How did he decide on his unique occupation?
  602. Life, Crime and Capture of John Wilkes Booth, The by George Alfred Townsend
    News letters about John Wilkes Booth, written for a newspaper during the time the events were happening. They do not assume to be literal history, they are too close to the events related to decide positively upon them. As a brochure of the day,–nothing more.
  603. Lifted Veil, The by George Eliot
  604. Light Princess, The by George MacDonald
    One in a series of books about a Princess. She has been cursed by a witch and gravity has no effect on her.
  605. Lilith by George MacDonald
    The story of Mr. Vane, his magical house, and the mysterious trips he takes.
  606. Lincoln and the Civil War by Mark Twain
    Address by Mr. Clemens at the Lincoln birthday celebration in Carnegie Hall, New York, February 11th, 1901.
  607. Little Britain by Washington Irving
  608. Little Lord Fauntleroy by Frances Hodgson Burnett
    An American child finds out he is really an English Lord.
  609. Little Princess, A by Frances Hodgson Burnett
    The story of Sara Crewe, an orphan who is forced to work for the head mistress of a seminary school after her father dies.
  610. Little Rivers by Henry van Dyke
  611. Lives of Girls Who Became Famous by Sarah Knowles Bolton
    Stories of 19 girls who grew up to be famous women.
  612. Lizzie Leigh by Elizabeth Gaskell
  613. Looking Backward From 2000 to 1887 by Edward Bellamy
    A utopian romance about a future under state socialism.
  614. Lost Continent, The by Edgar Rice Burroughs
    After a huge war, Asia and Europe are off limits and forgotten about for 200 years, until they are rediscovered by a submarine captain.
  615. Lost Face by Jack London
    When living isn’t an option, there are other ways to win.
  616. Lost Prince, The by Frances Hodgson Burnett
    A royal family in hiding, trying to regain the kingdom and under the threat of discovery.
  617. Lost Princess of Oz, The by L. Frank Baum
  618. Lost World, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
    Professor Challenger discovers a land of ancient plants and animals and has suprising adventures.
  619. Maggie: A Girl of the Streets by Stephen Crane
  620. Magic of Oz, The by L. Frank Baum
  621. Malbone: An Oldport Romance by Thomas Wentworth Higginson
  622. Man Who Knew Too Much, The by Gilbert K. Chesterton
  623. Man Who Was Thursday, The by Gilbert K. Chesterton
    A Wild, Mad, Hilarious And Profoundly Moving Tale. It is possible to say that it is a gripping adventure story of murderous criminals and brilliant policemen; but it was to be expected that the author of the Father Brown stories should tell a detective story like no-one else.
  624. Man of Letters as a Man of Business, The by William Dean Howells
  625. Man that Corrupted Hadleyburg, The by Mark Twain
  626. Manalive by Gilbert K. Chesterton
  627. Mansion, The by Henry van Dyke
  628. Marriages, The by Henry James
  629. Maruja by Bret Harte
  630. Marvelous Land of Oz, The by L. Frank Baum
  631. Masque of the Red Death, The by Edgar Allan Poe
  632. Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle
  633. Message From the Sea, A by Charles Dickens
  634. Modest Proposal, A by Jonathan Swift
  635. Mosses From An Old Manse by Nathaniel Hawthorne
  636. Mountain Woman, A by Elia W. Peattie
  637. Mrs. Lirriper’s Legacy by Charles Dickens
  638. Mrs. Lirriper’s Lodgings by Charles Dickens
  639. Mugby Junction by Charles Dickens
  640. My Aunt Margaret’s Mirror by Sir Walter Scott
  641. My Escape From Slavery by Frederick Douglass
  642. My Lady Ludlow by Elizabeth Gaskell
  643. My Man Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse
    Eight Humorous short stories, including four about Jeeves and Wooster: Leave It To Jeeves; Jeeves And The Unbidden Guest; Jeeves And The Hard-Boiled Egg; Absent Treatment; Helping Freddie; Rallying Round Old George; Doing Clarence A Bit Of Good; and The Aunt And The Sluggard
  644. Mysterious Affair at Styles, The by Agatha Christie
  645. Narrative of Sojourner Truth, The by Sojourner Truth
  646. Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, The by Frederick Douglass
  647. New Revelation, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
  648. New York by James Fenimore Cooper
  649. Night-Born, The by Jack London
  650. Notes from the Underground by Fyodor Dostoevsky
  651. O Pioneers! by Willa Cather
  652. Odyssey, The by Homer, Butler Tr.
  653. Off on a Comet by Jules Verne
  654. Oldport Days by Thomas Wentworth Higginson
  655. Options by O Henry
  656. Orthodoxy by Gilbert K. Chesterton
  657. Out of Time’s Abyss by Edgar Rice Burroughs
  658. Outcasts Of Poker Flat, The by Bret Harte
    “I reckon they’re after somebody,” he reflected; “likely it’s me.”
  659. Over The Top by Arthur Guy Empey
  660. Ozma of Oz by L. Frank Baum
  661. Painted Windows by Elia W. Peattie
  662. Parasite, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
  663. Patchwork Girl of Oz, The by L. Frank Baum
  664. People That Time Forgot, The by Edgar Rice Burroughs
  665. Perils of Certain English Prisoners, The by Charles Dickens
  666. Poison Belt, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
  667. Prince and the Pauper, The by Mark Twain
  668. Prince, The by Nicolo Machiavelli
  669. Princess and Curdie, The by George MacDonald
    Continuing the story started in The Princess and the Goblin, more about Princess Irene and Curdie, the miner boy.
  670. Princess and the Goblin, The by George MacDonald
    A poor miner boy named Curdie helps Princess Irene save the kingdom from a band of goblins.
  671. Private Memoirs and Confessions of A Justified Sinner, The by James Hogg
  672. Purloined Letter, The by Edgar Allan Poe
    The pattern in method for all detective stories.
  673. Queer Little Folks by Harriet Beecher Stowe
    Nine parables about animals we are likely to come across.
  674. Quest of the Sacred Slipper, The by Sax Rohmer
  675. Ragged Dick by Horatio Alger
  676. Raven, The by Edgar Allan Poe
    Nevermore!
  677. Reconstruction by Frederick Douglass
  678. Red Badge of Courage, The by Stephen Crane
  679. Red One, The by Jack London
  680. Return of Dr. Fu-Manchu, The by Sax Rohmer
  681. Right Ho, Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse
    A Humorous story, about the bumbling Berti Wooster and Jeeves, his butler, who is always there to save the day.
  682. Rime of the Ancient Mariner, The by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  683. Rinkitink In Oz by L. Frank Baum
  684. Road to Oz, The by L. Frank Baum
  685. Round The Red Lamp by Arthur Conan Doyle
  686. Round the Moon by Jules Verne
  687. Rudder Grange by Frank R. Stockton
  688. Ruling Passion, The by Henry van Dyke
  689. Sara Crewe by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  690. Scarecrow of Oz, The by L. Frank Baum
  691. Scarlet Letter, The by Nathaniel Hawthorne
  692. Scarlet Pimpernel, The by Baroness Emmuska Orczy
  693. Second Inaugural Address by George W. Bush
    Thursday, January 20, 2005
  694. Second Inaugural Address by Grover Cleveland
    Saturday, March 4, 1893
  695. Second Inaugural Address by William Jefferson Clinton
    Monday, January 20, 1997
  696. Second Inaugural Address by Dwight D. Eisenhower
    Monday, January 21, 1957
  697. Second Inaugural Address by Ulysses S. Grant
    Tuesday, March 4, 1873
  698. Second Inaugural Address by Andrew Jackson
    Monday, March 4, 1833
  699. Second Inaugural Address by Abraham Lincoln
    Saturday, March 4, 1865
  700. Second Inaugural Address by James Madison
    Thursday, March 4, 1813
  701. Second Inaugural Address by William McKinley
    Monday, March 4, 1901
  702. Second Inaugural Address by James Monroe
    Monday, March 5, 1821
  703. Second Inaugural Address by Richard Milhous Nixon
    Saturday, January 20, 1973
  704. Second Inaugural Address by Ronald Reagan
    Monday, January 21, 1985
  705. Second Inaugural Address by Franklin Delano Roosevelt
    Wednesday, January 20, 1937
  706. Second Inaugural Address by Woodrow Wilson
    Monday, March 5, 1917
  707. Second Inaugural Speech by Thomas Jefferson
    Monday, March 4, 1805
  708. Second Inaugural Speech by George Washington
    Monday, March 4, 1793
  709. Secret Adversary, The by Agatha Christie
  710. Secret Garden, The by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  711. Secret Places of the Heart, The by H. G. [Herbert George] Wells
  712. Seven Poor Travellers, The by Charles Dickens
  713. Sign of the Four by Arthur Conan Doyle
  714. Signal-Man, The by Charles Dickens
  715. Silas Marner by George Eliot
  716. Simple Soul, A by Gustave Flaubert
  717. Smoke Bellew by Jack London
  718. Snow-Bound at Eagle’s by Bret Harte
  719. Some Roundabout Papers by William Makepeace Thackeray
  720. Souls of Black Folk, The by W. E. B. DuBois
  721. South Sea Tales by Jack London
  722. Story of Doctor Dolittle, The by Hugh Lofting
  723. Story of a Nodding Donkey, The by Laura Lee Hope
  724. Strange Disappearance, A by Anna Katharine Green
  725. Strength of the Strong, The by Jack London
  726. Strictly Business by O Henry
    Twenty-Three short stories
  727. Study In Scarlet, A by Arthur Conan Doyle
  728. Summer by Edith Wharton
  729. Sunday Under Three Heads by Charles Dickens
  730. Tales of the Fish Patrol by Jack London
    Seven Short Stories
  731. Tales of the Klondyke by Jack London
    Eleven Short Stories
  732. Tanglewood Tales by Nathaniel Hawthorne
    Seven Short Stories
  733. Tarzan of the Apes by Edgar Rice Burroughs
  734. Tea-table Talk by Jerome K. Jerome
  735. Texan Scouts, The by Joseph A. Altsheler
    A Story of the Alamo and Goliad
  736. Thankful Blossom by Bret Harte
  737. That Spot by Jack London
  738. Third Inaugural Address by Franklin Delano Roosevelt
    Monday, January 20, 1941
  739. Tik-Tok of Oz by L. Frank Baum
  740. Time Machine, The by H. G. [Herbert George] Wells
  741. Tin Woodman of Oz, The by L. Frank Baum
  742. To Build a Fire by Jack London
    A man’s struggle to survive in the harsh north.
  743. Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain
  744. Tom Sawyer Abroad by Mark Twain
  745. Tom Sawyer, Detective by Mark Twain
  746. Touchstone, The by Edith Wharton
  747. Tour Through the Eastern Counties of England by Daniel Defoe
  748. Tragedy of Pudd’nhead Wilson, The by Mark Twain
  749. Trees of Pride, The by Gilbert K. Chesterton
  750. Tremendous Adventures of Major Gahagan, The by William Makepeace Thackeray
  751. Trial For Murder, The by Charles Dickens
  752. True Riches by T.S. Arthur
    The lessons in this book are such as cannot be learned too early, nor dwelt on too long or too often, by those who are engaged in the active and all-absorbing duties of life. In the struggle for natural riches–the wealth that meets the eye and charms the imagination–how many forget that true riches can only be laid up in the heart.
  753. Trust by Jack London
  754. Turn of the Screw, The by Henry James
  755. Uncle Tom’s Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe
  756. Under the Andes by Rex Stout
  757. Underground City, The by Jules Verne
  758. Vital Message, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
  759. Voice of the City, The by O Henry
  760. Voyages of Doctor Dolittle, The by Hugh Lofting
  761. Waif of the Plains, A by Bret Harte
  762. Waifs and Strays Part 1 by O Henry
  763. War of the Worlds, The by H. G. [Herbert George] Wells
    The classic tale of the world being invaded by Martians.
  764. Warden, The by Anthony Trollope
  765. Water-Babies, The by Charles Kingsley
  766. Wheels of Chance, The by H. G. [Herbert George] Wells
  767. When the Sleeper Wakes by H. G. [Herbert George] Wells
  768. When the Sleeper Wakes by H. G. [Herbert George] Wells
    More of Well’s vision of the future, both for technology and socio-economics. A man falls into a coma in 19th Century England and awakes in the year 2100.
  769. White Fang by Jack London
  770. White People, The by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  771. Winesburg, Ohio by Sherwood Anderson
  772. Woman in the Alcove, The by Anna Katharine Green
  773. Wonderful Wizard of Oz, The by L. Frank Baum
  774. World Set Free, The by H. G. [Herbert George] Wells
  775. Wreck of the Golden Mary, The by Charles Dickens
  776. Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte
  777. Yankee in the Trenches, A by R. Derby Holmes
    A story about an American who joined the British army during World War I and writes about his experiences. “I have tried in this book to give in detail many things about the quieter side of war that to an audience would seem too tame. I feel that the public want to know how the soldiers live when not in the trenches, for all the time out there is not spent in killing and carnage.”
  778. Yellow Wallpaper, The by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
  779. The 1,000,000 pound Bank-Note Mark Twain
  780. A Bad Business Anton Chekhov
  781. A Baffled Ambuscade Ambrose Bierce
  782. A Bivouac of the Dead Ambrose Bierce
  783. A Blackjack Bargainer O. Henry
  784. A Blunder Anton Chekhov
  785. About Love Anton Chekhov
  786. A Bread and Butter Miss  Hector H. Munro
  787. A Broken Looking-Glass Henry Harland
  788. A Burlesque Biography Mark Twain
  789. A Chameleon Anton Chekhov
  790. The Achievement of the Cat Hector H. Munro
  791. A Comedy in Rubber O. Henry
  792. A Consultation Charles de Bernard
  793. A Cosmopolite in A Cafe O. Henry
  794. A Dark-Brown Dog Stephen Crane
  795. A Daughter of Albion Anton Chekhov
  796. A Daughter of the Lodge George Gissing
  797. A Day in the Country Anton Chekhov
  798. A Dead Body Anton Chekhov
  799. A Deception Mark Twain
  800. A Defensive Diamond Hector H. Munro
  801. A Desperate Adventure Max Adeler
  802. A Desperate Race Jonathan F. Kelly
  803. A Dog’s Tale Mark Twain
  804. A Dreary Story Anton Chekhov
  805. Adrian Hector H. Munro
  806. Advice to Little Girls Mark Twain
  807. Agafya Anton Chekhov
  808. Against his Judgment Robert Grant
  809. A Gentleman Friend Anton Chekhov
  810. A Ghost of a Chance O. Henry
  811. A Harlem Tragedy O. Henry
  812. A Helpless Situation Mark Twain
  813. A Holiday Task Hector H. Munro
  814. A Horseman in the Sky Ambrose Bierce
  815. A Joke Anton Chekhov
  816. A Lady’s Story Anton Chekhov
  817. A Letter and a Paragraph Henry Cuyler Bunner
  818. A Lickpenny Lover O. Henry
  819. A Little of Chickamauga Ambrose Bierce
  820. A Maid of Modern Athens Edgar Saltus
  821. A Malefactor Anton Chekhov
  822. A Matter of Sentiment Hector H. Munro
  823. Amended Obituaries Mark Twain
  824. A Misfortune Anton Chekhov
  825. A Monument to Adam Mark Twain
  826. A Municipal Report O. Henry
  827. Amy Foster Joseph Conrad
  828. An Affair Of Outposts Ambrose Bierce
  829. An Anarchist Joseph Conrad
  830. An Anonymous Story Anton Chekhov
  831. An Artist’s Story Anton Chekhov
  832. An Autumn Episode John Oakum
  833. An Entertaining Article Mark Twain
  834. A Night with Cleopatra Theophile Gautier
  835. An Inadvertence Anton Chekhov
  836. An Incident Anton Chekhov
  837. An Inspired Lobbyist John W. De Forest
  838. An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge Ambrose Bierce
  839. An Old Man’s Exegesis John Oakum
  840. A note of admiration Oscar Wilde
  841. An Outpost of Progress Joseph Conrad
  842. An Ulm Stanley Waterloo
  843. An Unfinished Story O. Henry
  844. An Upheaval Anton Chekhov
  845. Anyuta Anton Chekhov
  846. Apolonius and Silla Barnaby Rich
  847. A Ramble in Aphasia O. Henry
  848. A Resumed Identity Ambrose Bierce
  849. A Retrieved Reformation O. Henry
  850. A Ride With a Mad Horse In a Freight Car W. H. H. Murray
  851. Art Anton Chekhov
  852. Art etching Oscar Wilde
  853. A Ruler of Men O. Henry
  854. A Second-Rate Woman Rudyard Kipling
  855. A Service of Love O. Henry
  856. A Shameful Affair Kate Chopin
  857. A Simple Heart Gustave Flaubert
  858. A Son of the Gods Ambrose Bierce
  859. A Story of an Heir Joseph Addison
  860. A Story Without an End Anton Chekhov
  861. A Story Without a Title Anton Chekhov
  862. At Arms with Morpheus O. Henry
  863. At Cheniere Caminada Kate Chopin
  864. A Technical Error O. Henry
  865. A Telephonic Conversation Mark Twain
  866. A Tempered Wind O. Henry
  867. A Terribly Strange Bed Wilkie Collins
  868. A Touch of Realism Hector H. Munro
  869. A Trifle from Life Anton Chekhov
  870. At the End of the Passage Rudyard Kipling
  871. At the Pit’s Mouth Rudyard Kipling
  872. A Watcher By The Dead Ambrose Bierce
  873. A Wayside Comedy Rudyard Kipling
  874. A Woman’s Kingdom Anton Chekhov
  875. A Work of Art Anton Chekhov
  876. Bad Medicine John Oakum
  877. Balacchi Brothers Rebecca Harding Davis
  878. Bartleby Herman Melville
  879. Bartleby the Scrivener A Story of Wall Street Herman Melville
  880. The Belated Russian Passport Mark Twain
  881. Benito Cereno Herman Melville
  882. Bertie’s Christmas Eve Hector H. Munro
  883. Bertran and Bimi Rudyard Kipling
  884. Between Rounds O. Henry
  885. Billy and Hans William James Stillman
  886. Birds on the Western Front Hector H. Munro
  887. Birth of A Man Maxim Gorky
  888. Block Island John Oakum
  889. The Blood-Feud of Toad-Water Hector H. Munro
  890. Bob Harris’s Deputy A St John Adcock
  891. Bo-Peep, of the Ranches O. Henry
  892. Boys Anton Chekhov
  893. Brer Rabbit and the Tar-Baby Joel Chandler Harris
  894. Brer Rabbit’s Cradle Joel Chandler Harris
  895. Brickdust Row O. Henry
  896. Brother Sebastian’s Friendship Harold Frederic
  897. Bruin The Bear and Reynard The Fox Anon.
  898. Bubbling Well Road Rudyard Kipling
  899. Buried Treasure O. Henry
  900. Cain and Artyom Maxim Gorky
  901. Calloway’s Code O. Henry
  902. Canossa Hector H. Munro
  903. Cap. De Costa John Oakum
  904. Champagne Anton Chekhov
  905. Chelkash Maxim Gorky
  906. Chickamauga Ambrose Bierce
  907. Children Anton Chekhov
  908. Choristers Anton Chekhov
  909. Chums Maxim Gorky
  910. Clothes Gustav Kobbe
  911. Clovis on Parental Responsibilities Hector H. Munro
  912. Clovis on the Alleged Romance of Business Hector H. Munro
  913. Compliments of The Season O. Henry
  914. Conscience in Art O. Henry
  915. Count and Wedding Guest O. Henry
  916. Crainquebille Anatole France
  917. Creatures that once were men Maxim Gorky
  918. Cross Currents Hector H. Munro
  919. Crutch, The Page George A. Townsend
  920. The Cupboard of the Yesterdays Hector H. Munro
  921. Departed Days John Oakum
  922. Difficult People Anton Chekhov
  923. Diplomatic Pay and Clothes Mark Twain
  924. Does the Race of man love a Lord? Mark Twain
  925. Doing A Sheriff Thomas A. Burke
  926. Dorathea Catherine Grace Gore
  927. A Double-dyed Deceiver O. Henry
  928. Dougherty’s Eye-Opener O. Henry
  929. Down Pens Hector H. Munro
  930. Dusk Hector H. Munro
  931. Easter Eve Anton Chekhov
  932. The Elixir of the Reverend Father Gaucher Alphonse Daudet
  933. Edward Mills and George Benton: A Tale Mark Twain
  934. Enemies Anton Chekhov
  935. Esther William Hale White
  936. Eumaus’ Tale Homer
  937. Eve’s Diary Mark Twain
  938. Evil-Doers Maxim Gorky
  939. Excepting Mrs Pentherby Hector H. Munro
  940. Extracts from Adam’s Diary Mark Twain
  941. Facino Cane Honore De Balzac
  942. Falk-A Reminiscence Joseph Conrad
  943. Family Life Guy De Maupassant
  944. Fanfarlo Charles Baudelaire
  945. Fat and Thin Anton Chekhov
  946. Fate Hector H. Munro
  947. Filboid Studge, the Story of a Mouse That Helped Hector H. Munro
  948. The First Writing-Machines Mark Twain
  949. For the Duration of the War Hector H. Munro
  950. Forewarned Hector H. Munro
  951. Four Days in Dixie Ambrose Bierce
  952. From The Cabby’s Seat O. Henry
  953. Fudkin of the Parcels Hector H. Munro
  954. Fur Hector H. Munro
  955. Gabriel-Ernest Hector H. Munro
  956. General washington’s Negro Body-Servant Mark Twain
  957. George Thurston Ambrose Bierce
  958. Georgie Porgie Rudyard Kipling
  959. Girl O. Henry
  960. The Goblins who Stole a Sexton Charles Dickens
  961. Going Home Maxim Gorky
  962. Gooseberries Anton Chekhov
  963. The Greatest Love of Don Juan J. A. Barbey d’Aurevilly
  964. Grendel’s Raid Anon.
  965. Grisha Anton Chekhov
  966. Grizel Cochrane J. M. Wilson
  967. Hand and Soul Dante Gabriel Rosetti
  968. Happiness Anton Chekhov
  969. Hautot Senior and Hautot Junior Guy De Maupassant
  970. Heart of Darkness Joseph Conrad
  971. Hearts and Crosses O. Henry
  972. Hermann the Irascible-A story of the Great Weep Hector H. Munro
  973. He Who Married a Dumb Wife Francois Rabelais
  974. Hieronymus Pop and the Baby Katherine S. B. McDowell
  975. His Majesty the King Rudyard Kipling
  976. Holding up A Train O. Henry
  977. Home Anton Chekhov
  978. Home Sickness George Moore
  979. Horatius at The Bridge Livy
  980. Hostages to Momus O. Henry
  981. How Angels Got Religion George Brooke
  982. How Hefty Burke got Even Richard Harding Davis
  983. How Old Wiggins Wore Ship Captain Roland T. Coffin
  984. A Humane Word from Satan Mark Twain
  985. Hush! Anton Chekhov
  986. Hyacinth Hector H. Munro
  987. I and My Chimney Herman Melville
  988. Il Conde Joseph Conrad
  989. The Incarnation of Krishna Mulvaney Rudyard Kipling
  990. In Defence of His Right Daniel Defoe
  991. In Memoriam Mark Twain
  992. The Innocence of Reginald Hector H. Munro
  993. In the Court Anton Chekhov
  994. In the Graveyard Anton Chekhov
  995. In the Ravine Anton Chekhov
  996. In the Wake of War Hallie Erminie Rives
  997. In Trouble Anton Chekhov
  998. Italian with Grammar Mark Twain
  999. Italian without A Master Mark Twain
  1000. Jews in Shushan Rudyard Kipling
  1001. Jimmy Hayes and Muriel O. Henry
  1002. John Bull on the Guadalquivir Anthony Trollope
  1003. John Tom Little Bear O. Henry
  1004. Journalism in Tennessee Mark Twain
  1005. Joy Anton Chekhov
  1006. Julia Cahill’s Curse George Moore
  1007. Jupiter Doke, Brigadier-General Ambrose Bierce
  1008. Karain: A Memory Joseph Conrad
  1009. Karamora Maxim Gorky
  1010. Kashtanka Anton Chekhov
  1011. Killed at Resaca Ambrose Bierce
  1012. King Rhampsinitus and The Thief Herodotus
  1013. King Solomon of Kentucky James Lane Allen
  1014. Kirby’s Coals of Fire Louise Stockton
  1015. La Mere Bauche Anthony Trollope
  1016. Laughing Anne Joseph Conrad
  1017. Lausus and Lydia J.F. Marmontel
  1018. Law and Order O. Henry
  1019. Le Fevre Laurence Sterne
  1020. Let Me Feel Your Pulse O. Henry
  1021. A Letter to The Secretary of the Treasury Mark Twain
  1022. Levana and Our Ladies of Sorrow Thomas de Quincey
  1023. Leviathan Julian Green
  1024. Life of Ma Parker Katherine Mansfield
  1025. Ligeia Edgar Allan Poe
  1026. Lights Anton Chekhov
  1027. The Limitations of Pambe Serang Rudyard Kipling
  1028. Lisheen Races, Second-hand Somerville & Ross
  1029. Little Briar-Rose The Brothers Grimm
  1030. Little Red Riding-Hood Charles Perrault
  1031. Little Speck in Garnered Fruit O. Henry
  1032. Little Tip McClosky John Oakum
  1033. Little Tobrah Rudyard Kipling
  1034. Little Tommy Tucker Elizabeth Stuart Phelps
  1035. Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime Oscar Wilde
  1036. Lost in the Fog Noah Brooks
  1037. Lost on Dress Parade O. Henry
  1038. Louis Hector H. Munro
  1039. Louise Hector H. Munro
  1040. Louise Somerset Maugham
  1041. Love Anton Chekhov
  1042. Love and Lightning John Oakum
  1043. Lullaby Maxim Gorky
  1044. Malachi’s Cove Anthony Trollope
  1045. Mammon and The Archer O. Henry
  1046. The Man who kept his Money in a box Anthony Trollope
  1047. The Man Who Put Up At Gadsby’s Mark Twain
  1048. The Man Who Worked for Collister Mary Tracy Earle
  1049. Mari d’Elle Anton Chekhov
  1050. Marjorie Daw Thomas Bailey Aldrich
  1051. Mark Hector H. Munro
  1052. Markheim Robert L Stevenson
  1053. Martin Burney O. Henry
  1054. Ma’s Pretties Francis Buzzell
  1055. Mateo Falcone Prosper Merimee
  1056. Memnon The Philosopher, or Human Wisdom Voltaire
  1057. Memoirs of A Yellow Dog O. Henry
  1058. Minds in Ferment Anton Chekhov
  1059. Ministers of Grace Hector H. Munro
  1060. Minor Paragraphs John Oakum
  1061. Misery Anton Chekhov
  1062. Miss Bracegirdle Does Her Duty Stacy Aumonier
  1063. Miss Tempy’s Watchers Sarah Orne Jewett
  1064. Morlvera Hector H. Munro
  1065. Moti Guj-Mutineer Rudyard Kipling
  1066. Mrs. Bullfrog (From Mosses from an Old Manse) Nathaniel Hawthorne
  1067. Mrs. Knollys Frederic Jesup Stimson
  1068. Mrs. Martin’s Company Jane Barlow
  1069. Mrs Packletide’s Tiger Hector H. Munro
  1070. Mr. Tolman Frank R. Stockton
  1071. found in a Bottle Edgar Allan Poe
  1072. My Favourite Murder Ambrose Bierce
  1073. My Life Anton Chekhov
  1074. My Own True Ghost Story Rudyard Kipling
  1075. Naboth Rudyard Kipling
  1076. Namgay Doola Rudyard Kipling
  1077. Neighbours Anton Chekhov
  1078. Nemesis and The Candy Man O. Henry
  1079. Next to Reading Matter O. Henry
  1080. Notch Maxim Gorky
  1081. The O’conors of Castle Conor, County Mayo Anthony Trollope
  1082. Old Age Anton Chekhov
  1083. Old-Fashioned Farmers Nikolai Gogol
  1084. Old Jim Lawless John Oakum
  1085. Ole ‘Stracted Thomas Nelson Page
  1086. On a Mountain Ambrose Bierce
  1087. On Approval Hector H. Munro
  1088. One Autumn Evening Maxim Gorky
  1089. One Autumn Night Maxim Gorky
  1090. One Kind of Officer Ambrose Bierce
  1091. One Officer, One Man Ambrose Bierce
  1092. One Of The Missing Ambrose Bierce
  1093. One Thousand Dollars O. Henry
  1094. On Greenhow Hill Rudyard Kipling
  1095. On Horseback Guy De Maupassant
  1096. Only a Subaltern Rudyard Kipling
  1097. On Official Duty Anton Chekhov
  1098. On the Road Anton Chekhov
  1099. Orpheus and Eurydice Ovid
  1100. Our Lady’s Juggler Anatole France
  1101. Overdoing It Anton Chekhov
  1102. Oysters Anton Chekhov
  1103. Parker Adderson, Philosopher Ambrose Bierce
  1104. Past one at Rooney’s O. Henry
  1105. The Peace of Mowsle Barton Hector H. Munro
  1106. Peasants Anton Chekhov
  1107. Peters as A Personal Magnet O. Henry
  1108. Phineus and The Harpies Appollonius of Rhodes
  1109. Polly Peablossom’s Wedding Thomas A. Burke
  1110. Poor Man’s Pudding Herman Melville
  1111. Portrait of King William III Mark Twain
  1112. Posie Van Dusen John Oakum
  1113. Posson Jone George W. Cable
  1114. Post-Mortem Poetry Mark Twain
  1115. Prince Roman Joseph Conrad
  1116. Proof of The Pudding O. Henry
  1117. The Purple of the Balkan kings Hector H. Munro
  1118. Quail Seed Hector H. Munro
  1119. Rappaccini’s Daughter Nathaniel Hawthorne
  1120. Red Maxim Gorky
  1121. Reginald Hector H. Munro
  1122. Reginald at the Carlton Hector H. Munro
  1123. Reginald at the Theatre Hector H. Munro
  1124. Reginald in Russia Hector H. Munro
  1125. Reginald on Besetting Sins Hector H. Munro
  1126. Reginald on Christmas Presents Hector H. Munro
  1127. Reginald on House-Parties Hector H. Munro
  1128. Reginald on Tariffs Hector H. Munro
  1129. Reginald on the Academy Hector H. Munro
  1130. Reginald on Worries Hector H. Munro
  1131. Reginald’s Choir Treat Hector H. Munro
  1132. Reginald’s Christmas Revel Hector H. Munro
  1133. Reginald’s Drama Hector H. Munro
  1134. Reginald’s Peace Poem Hector H. Munro
  1135. Reginald’s Rubaiyat Hector H. Munro
  1136. Reingelder and the German Flag Rudyard Kipling
  1137. The Reticence of Lady Anne Hector H. Munro
  1138. Rich Man’s Crumbs Herman Melville
  1139. Rinconete and Cortadillo Miguel Cervantes
  1140. Roads of Destiny O. Henry
  1141. Roses, Ruses and Romance O. Henry
  1142. Saint Joan of Arc Mark Twain
  1143. Samuel Jack London
  1144. Savannah-la-Mar Thomas de Quincey
  1145. Science of Matrimony O. Henry
  1146. The Secret Sin of Septimus Brope Hector H. Munro
  1147. The Sex That Doesn’t Shop  Hector H. Munro
  1148. Shock Tactics Hector H. Munro
  1149. Shrove Tuesday Anton Chekhov
  1150. ‘Sieur George George W. Cable
  1151. Silence Leonid Andreyev
  1152. Sir Simon Eyer Thomas Deloney
  1153. Sisters of The Golden Circle O. Henry
  1154. Some Ways of Love Charlotte Mew
  1155. Sorrow Anton Chekhov
  1156. Springtime A la Carte O. Henry
  1157. Squire Petrick’s Lady Thomas Hardy
  1158. Stage Coaching John Oakum
  1159. The Stampeding of Lady Bastable Hector H. Munro
  1160. Statistics John Oakum
  1161. The Strange Ride of Morrowbie Jukes Rudyard Kipling
  1162. Strictly Business O. Henry
  1163. Such as Walk in Darkness Samuel Hopkins Adams
  1164. Summer Recreation John Oakum
  1165. Supers Frederick Booth
  1166. Supply and Demand O. Henry
  1167. Sylvie Gerard de Nerval
  1168. The Tale of How Ivan Ivanovich Quarrelled with Ivan Nikiforovich Nikolai Gogol
  1169. The Talking-Out of Tarrington Hector H. Munro
  1170. Tea Hector H. Munro
  1171. Telemachus, Friend O. Henry
  1172. Tennessee’s Partner Francis Bret Harte
  1173. That Brute Simmons Arthur Morrison
  1174. The $30,000 Bequest Mark Twain
  1175. The Affair At Coulter’s Ambrose Bierce
  1176. The Affair of The Clasps Maxim Gorky
  1177. The Amir’s Homily Rudyard Kipling
  1178. The Apple-Tree Table Herman Melville
  1179. The Artist Oscar Wilde
  1180. The Assessor of Success O. Henry
  1181. The Background Hector H. Munro
  1182. The Badge of Policeman O’ Roon O. Henry
  1183. The Bag Hector H. Munro
  1184. The Bagman’s Story Charles Dickens
  1185. The Baker’s Dozen Hector H. Munro
  1186. The Beauty Spot Alfred de Musset
  1187. The Beggar Anton Chekhov
  1188. The Belled Buzzard Irvin S. Cobb
  1189. The Bet Anton Chekhov
  1190. The Bird Market Anton Chekhov
  1191. The Birthday of the Infanta Oscar Wilde
  1192. The Black Monk Anton Chekhov
  1193. The Blind Man Kate Chopin
  1194. The Blind Spot Hector H. Munro
  1195. The Bloodless Onslaught John Oakum
  1196. The Blue and The Gray John Oakum
  1197. The Blue Hotel Stephen Crane
  1198. The Blue Room Prosper Merimee
  1199. The Boar-Pig Hector H. Munro
  1200. The Bridal of Janet Dalrymple Sir Walter Scott
  1201. The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky Stephen Crane
  1202. The Brief Debut of Tildy O. Henry
  1203. The Brogue Hector H. Munro
  1204. The Brute Joseph Conrad
  1205. The Bull Hector H. Munro
  1206. The Buyer from Cactus City O. Henry
  1207. The Byzantine Omelette Hector H. Munro
  1208. The Californian’s Tale Mark Twain
  1209. The Canterville Ghost Oscar Wilde
  1210. The Captain’s Story Mark Twain
  1211. The Cat of the Cane-Brake Frederick Stuart Greene
  1212. The Cattle-Dealers Anton Chekhov
  1213. The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County Mark Twain
  1214. The Chaplet Hector H. Munro
  1215. The Chorus Girl Anton Chekhov
  1216. The Chronicles of Clovis Hector H. Munro
  1217. The City of Dreadful Night Rudyard Kipling
  1218. The Coming-Out of Maggie O. Henry
  1219. The Comments of Moung Ka Hector H. Munro
  1220. The Cook’s Wedding Anton Chekhov
  1221. The Cop and the Anthem O. Henry
  1222. The Cossack Anton Chekhov
  1223. The Country Mouse and The Town Mouse AEsop
  1224. The Coup De Grace Ambrose Bierce
  1225. The Courting of Dinah Shadd Rudyard Kipling
  1226. The Crime at Pickett’s Mill Ambrose Bierce
  1227. The Damned Thing Ambrose Bierce
  1228. The Danger of Lying in Bed Mark Twain
  1229. The Darling Anton Chekhov
  1230. The Day Resurgent O. Henry
  1231. The Dead James Joyce
  1232. The Death Disk Mark Twain
  1233. The Death of a Government Clerk Anton Chekhov
  1234. The Defeat of the City O. Henry
  1235. The Desire to be a Man Villiers De L Isle Adam
  1236. The Devoted Friend Oscar Wilde
  1237. The Diamond Lens Fitz-James O’brien
  1238. The Disabled Soldier Oliver Goldsmith
  1239. The Disappearance of Crispina Umberleigh Hector H. Munro
  1240. The Disciple Oscar Wilde
  1241. The Doctor Anton Chekhov
  1242. The Doer Of Good Oscar Wilde
  1243. The Door of Unrest O. Henry
  1244. The Dream Apuleius
  1245. The Dream O. Henry
  1246. The Dreamer Hector H. Munro
  1247. The Dream of Duncan Parrenness Rudyard Kipling
  1248. The Duel Anton Chekhov
  1249. The Duplicity of Hargraves O. Henry
  1250. The Elixir of Life Richard Garnett
  1251. The Elk Hector H. Munro
  1252. The Enchanted Profile O. Henry
  1253. The end of the path Newbold Noyes
  1254. The End of the World Murray R. Gilchrist
  1255. The Ethics of Pig O. Henry
  1256. The Fairy Amoureuse Emile Zola
  1257. The Feast of Nemesis Hector H. Munro
  1258. The Fifth Wheel O. Henry
  1259. The Finances of the Gods Rudyard Kipling
  1260. The First Bag Rudyard Kipling
  1261. The First Piano In Camp Samuel Davis
  1262. The Fish Anton Chekhov
  1263. The Fisherman and his Soul Oscar Wilde
  1264. The Five Boons of Life Mark Twain
  1265. The Flax Pounder Ernest Renan
  1266. The Forbidden Buzzards Hector H. Munro
  1267. The Four Friends Jean De La Fontaine
  1268. The Freshwater Fisherman Mary Russell Mitford
  1269. The Friendly Foe Mary Coleridge
  1270. The Furnished Room O. Henry
  1271. The Gala Programme Hector H. Munro
  1272. The Garden Party Katherine Mansfield
  1273. The Gentleman of La Porte Francis Bret Harte
  1274. The Ghost-Ship Richard B. Middleton
  1275. The Gift of the Magi O. Henry
  1276. The Gioconda Smile Aldous Huxley
  1277. The God of His Fathers Jack London
  1278. The Grasshopper Anton Chekhov
  1279. The Great Carbuncle Nathaniel Hawthorne
  1280. The Greatest Good for the Greatest Number Gertrude Atherton
  1281. The Green Knight Anon.
  1282. The Guardian of the Accolade O. Henry
  1283. The Guests Hector H. Munro
  1284. The Guilty Party O. Henry
  1285. The Half-Brothers Mrs Gaskell
  1286. The Handbook of Hymen O. Henry
  1287. The Hand that Riles O. Henry
  1288. The Happiest Time Mary Stewart Cutting
  1289. The Happy Prince Oscar Wilde
  1290. The Haunted House Pliny the Younger
  1291. The Haunted Ships Allan Cunningham
  1292. The Head-Hunter O. Henry
  1293. The Head of the District Rudyard Kipling
  1294. The Head of the Family Anton Chekhov
  1295. The Hedgehog Hector H. Munro
  1296. The Hen Hector H. Munro
  1297. The Hermit Maxim Gorky
  1298. The Hill of Illusion Rudyard Kipling
  1299. The Hiltons’ Holiday Sarah Orne Jewett
  1300. The House of Judgment Oscar Wilde
  1301. The Huntsman Anton Chekhov
  1302. The Hypotheses Of Failure O. Henry
  1303. The Idiots Joseph Conrad
  1304. The Idyll of Red Gulch Francis Bret Harte
  1305. The Image of the Lost Soul Hector H. Munro
  1306. The Indian’s Hand Lorimer Stoddard
  1307. The Infernal Parliament Hector H. Munro
  1308. The Informer Joseph Conrad
  1309. The Inn of The Two Witches Joseph Conrad
  1310. The Interlopers Hector H. Munro
  1311. The Invalid’s Story Mark Twain
  1312. The Journey to Panama Anthony Trollope
  1313. The Kiss Anton Chekhov
  1314. The Lady of Glenwith Grange Wilkie Collins
  1315. The Lady with the Dog Anton Chekhov
  1316. The Lagoon Joseph Conrad
  1317. The Lang Men o’ Larut Rudyard Kipling
  1318. The Last Leaf O. Henry
  1319. The Last Lesson Alphonse Daudet
  1320. The Last of the Troubadours O. Henry
  1321. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow  Washington Irving
  1322. The Lightning-Rod Man Herman Melville
  1323. The Little Rheinschloss O. Henry
  1324. The Long Exile Leo Tolstoy
  1325. The Looking-glass Anton Chekhov
  1326. The Lost Blend O. Henry
  1327. The Lost Sanjak Hector H. Munro
  1328. The Love-Philtre of Ikey O. Henry
  1329. The Love Quarrel Agnes Strickland
  1330. The Magnetic Hearth James B. Connolly
  1331. The Making of A New Yorker O. Henry
  1332. The Man and the Snake Ambrose Bierce
  1333. The Man Higher Up O. Henry
  1334. The Man Who Stole a Meeting-House John Trowbridge
  1335. The Man Who Was Rudyard Kipling
  1336. The Mappined Life Hector H. Munro
  1337. The Marionettes O. Henry
  1338. The Mark of the Beast Rudyard Kipling
  1339. The Marshal’s Widow Anton Chekhov
  1340. The Master Oscar Wilde
  1341. The Match Charles-Louis Philippe
  1342. The Match-Maker Hector H. Munro
  1343. The Matron of Ephesus Petronius
  1344. The Memento O. Henry
  1345. The Middle Years Henry James
  1346. The Miracle of Purun Bhagat Rudyard Kipling
  1347. The Mocking-Bird Ambrose Bierce
  1348. The Model Millionaire Oscar Wilde
  1349. The Moment of Victory O. Henry
  1350. The Monster Stephen Crane
  1351. The Mount of Sorrow Harriet Prescott Spofford
  1352. The Mouse Hector H. Munro
  1353. The Moving Finger Edith Wharton
  1354. The Mummy’s Foot Theophile Gautier
  1355. The Murder Anton Chekhov
  1356. The Mutiny of the Mavericks Rudyard Kipling
  1357. The Mysterious Mansion Honore De Balzac
  1358. The Name-Day Hector H. Munro
  1359. The Necklace Guy De Maupassant
  1360. The New Villa Anton Chekhov
  1361. The Nice People Henry Cuyler Bunner
  1362. The Nightingale and the Rose Oscar Wilde
  1363. The Nose Nikolai Gogol
  1364. The Occasional Garden Hector H. Munro
  1365. The Old Bell-Ringer Vladimir Korolenko
  1366. The Old Folks at Home Alphonse Daudet
  1367. The Old Man’s Tale about the Queer Client Charles Dickens
  1368. The Old Nurse’s Story Mrs Gaskell
  1369. The Old Town of Pskoff Hector H. Munro
  1370. The Open Boat Stephen Crane
  1371. The Outcasts of Poker Flat Francis Bret Harte
  1372. The Overcoat Nikolai Gogol
  1373. The Oversight Hector H. Munro
  1374. The Paradise of Bachelors Herman Melville
  1375. The Passing of Black Eagle O. Henry
  1376. The Peace Offering Hector H. Munro
  1377. The Penance Hector H. Munro
  1378. The Pendulum  O. Henry
  1379. The Phantom Luncheon Hector H. Munro
  1380. The Phantom ‘Rickshaw Rudyard Kipling
  1381. The Philanthropist and the Happy Cat Hector H. Munro
  1382. The Piazza Herman Melville
  1383. The Pious Lady and The Gray Friar Marguerite de Navarre
  1384. The Poet and The Peasant O. Henry
  1385. The Portrait of Mr. W. H. Oscar Wilde
  1386. The Privy Councillor Anton Chekhov
  1387. The Quest Hector H. Munro
  1388. The Quince Tree Hector H. Munro
  1389. The Raft Alexander Harvey
  1390. The Real Thing Henry James
  1391. The Recessional Hector H. Munro
  1392. The Remarkable Rocket Oscar Wilde
  1393. The Requiem Anton Chekhov
  1394. The Return of Imray Rudyard Kipling
  1395. The Robbers of Egypt Heliodorus
  1396. The Romance of A Busy Broker O. Henry
  1397. The Romancers Hector H. Munro
  1398. The Rose of Dixie O. Henry
  1399. The Runaway Anton Chekhov
  1400. The Saint and the Goblin Hector H. Munro
  1401. The Sea-Farmer Jack London
  1402. The Sea-Raiders H G Wells
  1403. The Secret Sharer Joseph Conrad
  1404. The Selfish Giant Oscar Wilde
  1405. The Seven Cream Jugs Hector H. Munro
  1406. The Seventh Pullet Hector H. Munro
  1407. The Shadow Line Joseph Conrad
  1408. The Sheep Hector H. Munro
  1409. The Shepherdess and the Sweep Henryk Sienkiewicz
  1410. The Shipwreck of Simonides Phaedrus
  1411. The Shocks of Doom O. Henry
  1412. The Sickness of Lone Chief Jack London
  1413. The Signal Vsevolod Garshin
  1414. The Skylight Room O. Henry
  1415. The Sleuths O. Henry
  1416. The Snow Storm  Alexander Pushkin
  1417. The Social Triangle O. Henry
  1418. The Soul of Laploshka Hector H. Munro
  1419. The Soul of the Great Bell Lafcadio Hearn
  1420. The Specter Bridegroom Washington Irving
  1421. The Sphinx without a Secret Oscar Wilde
  1422. The Square Egg Hector H. Munro
  1423. The Stake Hector H. Munro
  1424. The Star-Child Oscar Wilde
  1425. The Steppe Anton Chekhov
  1426. The Story in it Henry James
  1427. The Story of Abou Hassan the Wag Anon.
  1428. The Story of a Conscience Ambrose Bierce
  1429. The Story of an Hour Kate Chopin
  1430. The Story of Melissa John Hawkesworth
  1431. The Story of St Vespaluus Hector H. Munro
  1432. The Story-Teller Hector H. Munro
  1433. The Strategist Hector H. Munro
  1434. The Substitute Francois Coppee
  1435. The Tale Joseph Conrad
  1436. The Tale of A Tainted Tenner  O. Henry
  1437. The Tapestried Chamber Sir Walter Scott
  1438. The Tartarus of Maids Herman Melville
  1439. The Teacher of Literature Anton Chekhov
  1440. The Teacher of Wisdom Oscar Wilde
  1441. The Tell-Tale Heart Edgar Allan Poe
  1442. The Thing’s the Play O. Henry
  1443. The Third Ingredient O. Henry
  1444. The Threat Hector H. Munro
  1445. The Torture of Hope Villiers De L Isle Adam
  1446. The Toys of Peace Hector H. Munro
  1447. The Tree Of Knowledge Henry James
  1448. The Trimmed Lamp O. Henry
  1449. The Two Generals Anthony Trollope
  1450. The Unkindest Blow Hector H. Munro
  1451. The Veiled Portrait Wm. C. Honeyman
  1452. The Veteran Stephen Crane
  1453. The Wandering Jew Rudyard Kipling
  1454. The Warrior’s Soul Joseph Conrad
  1455. The Way to the Daíry Hector H. Munro
  1456. The Wedding of Jenny Distaff Richard Steele
  1457. The Whale and the Grasshopper Seumas O’Brien
  1458. The Whale Tooth Jack London
  1459. The White Trout Samuel Lover
  1460. The Wife Anton Chekhov
  1461. The Witch Anton Chekhov
  1462. The Wolves of Cernogratz Hector H. Munro
  1463. The World and the Door O. Henry
  1464. The Yarkand Manner Hector H. Munro
  1465. The Yellow Face Arthur Conan Doyle
  1466. The Young King Oscar Wilde
  1467. Thimble, Thimble O. Henry
  1468. Thomas Johnson John Oakum
  1469. Thrawn Janet Robert L Stevenson
  1470. Three and One are One Ambrose Bierce
  1471. Three Years Anton Chekhov
  1472. Through the Fire Rudyard Kipling
  1473. Titbottom’s Spectacles George WM. Curtis
  1474. Tobermory Hector H. Munro
  1475. To-morrow Joseph Conrad
  1476. Tom Tit Tot Anon.
  1477. True Relation of The Apparition of One Mrs. Veal Daniel Defoe
  1478. Twenty-Six Men and A Girl Maxim Gorky
  1479. Two Little Tales Mark Twain
  1480. Two Military Executions Ambrose Bierce
  1481. Two Renegades O. Henry
  1482. Typhoon Joseph Conrad
  1483. Typhus Anton Chekhov
  1484. Ulysses and The Dogman O. Henry
  1485. Uncle Daniel  John Oakum
  1486. Under The Deodars Rudyard Kipling
  1487. Vanity and Some Sables O. Henry
  1488. Vanka Anton Chekhov
  1489. Verotchka Anton Chekhov
  1490. Volodya Anton Chekhov
  1491. Ward No. 6 Anton Chekhov
  1492. Was it Heaven? or Hell? Mark Twain
  1493. Wee Willie Winkie Rudyard Kipling
  1494. What I Saw of Shiloh Ambrose Bierce
  1495. What Occurred at Franklin Ambrose Bierce
  1496. When did you write your Mother Last? Addison Lewis
  1497. While the Auto Waits O. Henry
  1498. Whose Dog? Frances Gregg
  1499. Who Was She? Bayard Taylor
  1500. Will o’ the Mill Robert L Stevenson
  1501. Witches’ Loaves O. Henry
  1502. Without Benefit of Clergy Rudyard Kipling
  1503. Wratislav Hector H. Munro
  1504. A Young Turkish Catastrophe Hector H. Munro
  1505. Youth Joseph Conrad
  1506. Zelig Benjamin Rosenblatt
  1507. Zinotchka Anton Chekhov
  1508. Richard IIIWilliam Shakespeare
  1509. Riders to the Sea  – JM Synge
  1510. Romeo and JulietWilliam Shakespeare
  1511. SalomeOscar Wilde
  1512. The School for ScandalRichard Sheridan
  1513. The School for WivesMoliere
  1514. Selected PlaysBeaumont and Fletcher
  1515. St. Patrick’s Day or The Scheming LieutenantRichard Sheridan
  1516. The Taming of the Shrew – William Shakespeare
  1517. Tartuffe (The Imposter)Moliere
  1518. The TempestWilliam Shakespeare
  1519. The CriticRichard Sheridan
  1520. The DuennaRichard Sheridan
  1521. The Importance of Being EarnestOscar Wilde
  1522. The RivalsRichard Sheridan
  1523. The Shadow of the GlenJM Synge
  1524. The Tinker’s WeddingJM Synge
  1525. The Well of the SaintsJM Synge
  1526. Timon of AthensWilliam Shakespeare
  1527. Titus AndronicusWilliam Shakespeare
  1528. Troilus and CressidaWilliam Shakespeare
  1529. Twelfth Night William Shakespeare
  1530. The Two Gentlemen of VeronaWilliam Shakespeare
  1531. Venice PreservedThomas Otway
  1532. VolponeBen Jonson
  1533. The Way of the WorldWilliam Congreve
  1534. The Wild Goose ChaseBeaumont and Fletcher
  1535. The Winter’s TaleWilliam Shakespeare

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