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Joseph and His Friend

Cate: Classical Novels  Author:novel 

Rachel Miller was not a little surprised when her nephew Joseph came to the supper-table, not from the direction of the barn and through the kitchen, as usual, but from the back room up stairs, where he slept. His work-day dress had disappeared; he wore his best Sunday suit, put on with unusual care, and there were faint pomatum odors ...


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Joseph Conrad

Cate: Short Stories  Author:novel 

TO any reader of the books of Joseph Conrad it must be at once plain that his immediate experiences and impressions of life have gone very directly to the making of his art. It may happen often enough that an author's artistic life is of no importance to the critic and that his dealing with it is merely a personal impertinence and curi...


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Jennie Gerhardt

Cate: Classical Novels  Author:Theodore Dreiser西奥多·德莱塞 

Jennie Gerhardt is a 1911 novel by Theodore Dreiser. ennie Gerhardt is a destitute young woman. While working in a hotel in Columbus, Ohio, Jennie meets Senator George Brander, who becomes infatuated with her. He helps her family and declares his wish to marry her. Jennie, grateful for his benevolence, agrees to sleep with him, but ...


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John Caldigate

Cate: Classical Novels  Author:novel 

Something more than a month had gone by, and John Caldigate and Mrs. Smith were very close companions. This had not been effected without considerable opposition, partly on the part of Shand, and partly by the ship's inhabitants generally. The inhabitants of the ship were inimical to Mrs. Smith. She was a woman who had no friends; and ...


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John Halifax, Gentleman

Cate: Classical Novels  Author:novel 

My father and I both glanced round, surprised at her unusual reticence of epithets: but when the lad addressed turned, fixed his eyes on each of us for a moment, and made way for us, we ceased to wonder. Ragged, muddy, and miserable as he was, the poor boy looked anything but a “vagabond.”


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Johnny Ludlow, First Series

Cate: Short Stories  Author:Ellen Wood 

We lived chiefly at Dyke Manor. A fine old place, so close upon the borders of Warwickshire and Worcestershire, that many people did not know which of the two counties it was really in. The house was in Warwickshire, but some of the land was in Worcestershire. The Squire had, however, another estate, Crabb Cot, all in Worcestershire, a...


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Johnny Ludlow, Second Series

Cate: Classical Novels  Author:Ellen Wood 

If you chanced to read the first series of these papers, it may scarcely be necessary to recall certain points to your recollection—that Mr. Todhetley, commonly called the Squire, had two estates. The chief one, Dyke Manor, lay on the borders of Worcestershire and Warwickshire, partly in both counties; the other, Crabb Cot, was a small...


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Journal of an Expedition into the Interior of Tropical Australia

Cate: Short Stories  Author:novel 

The Journey narrated in this work was undertaken for the extension of arrangements depending on physical geography.


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Journal of an overland expedition in Australia

Cate: Short Stories  Author:Ludwig leichhardt 

In preparing this volume for the press, I have been under the greatest obligations to Captain P. P. King, R. N., an officer whose researches have added so much to the geography of Australia.


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Just So Stories for Little Children

Cate: Children's Novel  Author:Rudyard Kipling 

IN the sea, once upon a time, O my Best Beloved, there was a Whale, and he ate fishes. He ate the starfish and the garfish, and the crab and the dab, and the plaice and the dace, and the skate and his mate, and the mackereel and the pickereel, and the really truly twirly-whirly eel.


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