MADEMOISELLE OLYMPE ZABRISKI
By Thomas Bailey Aldrich
Boston And New York Houghton Mifflin Company
Copyright, 1873, 1885, and 1901
We are accustomed to speak with a certain light irony of the tendency
which women have to gossip, as if the sin itself, if it is a sin, were
of the gentler sex, and could by no chance be a masculine peccadillo.
So far as my observation goes, men are as much given to small talk as
women, and it is undeniable that we have produced the highest type of
gossiper extant. Where will you find, in or out of literature, such
THE LOWEST RUNG
Together with The Hand on
the Latch, St. Luke's Summer
and The Understudy
Author of "Red Pottage"
John Murray, Albemarle Street, W.
Copyright, 1908, in the
United States of America
THE LOWEST RUNG 33
THE HAND ON THE LATCH 82
SAINT LUKE'S SUMMER 107
THE UNDERSTUDY 156
I have been writing books for five and twenty years, novels of ...
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Sala das Perolas
LIVRARIA DE ANTONIO MARIA PEREIRA
50 Rua Augusta 52
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TYP. E STEREOTYPIA MODERNA
11 Apostolos 11
A Joaquina do Espinhal tinha ido, no fim da tarde, lavar ao rio a roupa
dos pequenos. Era no mez de dezembro. A agua corria por entre os
choupos, fria e levemente encrespada pela brisa que soprava do norte.
Joaquina do Espinhal, com as saias arregacadas na cintura, as pernas
IN KINGS' BYWAYS
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WHILE THE LAMP HOLDS OUT TO BURN
THE PRICE OF THE GRINDSTONE AND THE DRUM
THE DESERTION OF MAHOMMED SELIMON
THE REEF OF NORMAN'S WOE
FIELDING HAD AN ORDERLY
THE EYE OF THE NEEDLE
A TREATY OF PEACE
AT THE MERCY OF TIBERIUS
ALL THE WORLD'S MAD
THE MAN AT THE WHEEL
A TYRANT AND A LADY
A YOUNG LION OF DEDAN
HE WOULD NOT BE DENIED
FROM PLACE TO PLACE
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CHARLES R. FLINT, ESQ.
Glamorous Lyn Venable of Dallas, Texas, makes a first appearance in
these pages (but by no means her first appearance in this field),
with this sensitive story of a young man who needn't have run. A
contributor to William Nolan's (OF TIME AND TEXAS, November, 1956,
Fantastic Universe) famous Ray Bradbury Review , Miss Venable
wants, very very much, to be a part, albeit small, of the comeback
of science fiction that is seen today, as she wrote us recently.
by ... LYN VENABLE
ON THE TRACK
by Henry Lawson
Author of "While the Billy Boils", and "When the World was Wide"
[Note on text: Italicized words or phrases are CAPITALISED. Some obvious
errors have been corrected after being confirmed.]
Of the stories in this volume many have already appeared
in (various periodicals), while several now appear in print
for the first time.
Sydney, March 17th, 1900.
The Songs They used to Sing
A Vision of Sandy Blight
Andy Page's Rival
The Iron Bark C...
The Sword and the Atopen
By TAYLOR H. GREENFIELD
The conversion of light into electricity by spectrum is an interesting possibility. The idea of using foreign proteins on the human system to repel enemies, is also interesting. Do you get it? We didn't either until we read the story. Read the yarn and you'll get it too.
Although Divine intervention in human affairs passed into the realm of the mythical toward the end of the twentieth or at the dawn of the twenty first century, one is almost inclined to give thanks to the Supernatural for...
One of the chief purposes of psychiatry is to separate fantasy from reality. It is reasonable to expect that future psychiatrists will know more about this borderline than the most learned doctors of today. Yet now and again even the best of them may encounter situations that defy all logic.
by ... Albert Hernhuter
Meeting the little man who isn't there is rated an horrendous experience. But discovery that the man is there may be even worse.
The slick black car sped along the wide and straight street. It came to a s...