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Tales of the Caravan, Inn, and PalaceHauff, Wilhelm, 1802-1827enPt. 1. Tales of the caravan: The caravan. The caliph stork. The amputated hand. The rescue of Fatima. Little Muck. The false prince -- Pt. 2. Tales of the inn: The inn in the Spessart. The hirsch-gulden. The marble heart (first part). Said's adventures. The cave of Steenfoll. The marble heart (second part) -- Pt. 3. Tales of the palace: The sheik's palace and his slaves. The dwarf Nosey. Abner, the Jew. The young Englishman. The story of Almansor.Stowell, Edward L. [Translator]2010-04-24
The Marble Faun - Volume 2 The Romance of Monte BeniHawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864enNobility -- Fiction; Rome (Italy) -- Fiction; Artists -- Fiction; Murder -- Fiction2006-02-26
The Marble Faun - Volume 1 The Romance of Monte BeniHawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864enArtists -- Fiction; Murder -- Fiction; Nobility -- Fiction; Rome (Italy) -- Fiction2006-02-26
Mike Marble His Crotchets and Oddities.Woodworth, Francis C. (Francis Channing), 1812-1859enConduct of life -- Juvenile fiction; Country life -- Juvenile fiction2008-03-29
Little Masterpieces of American Wit and Humor Volume IVariousenIRVING -- Wouter Van Twiller -- Wilhelmus Kieft -- Peter Stuyvesant -- Antony Van Corlear -- General Van Poffenburgh -- FRANKLIN Maxims -- Model of a Letter of Recommendation of a Person You Are Unacquainted with -- Epitaph for Himself -- BUTLER Nothing to Wear -- BEECHER Deacon Marble -- The Deacon's Trout -- The Dog Noble and the Empty Hole -- GREENE Old Grimes -- HOLMES My Aunt -- The Deacon's Masterpiece; or, the Wonderful -- "One-hoss Shay" -- Foreign Correspondence -- Music-Pounding -- The Ballad of the Oysterman -- WILLIS Miss Albina McLush -- Love in a Cottage -- PALMER A Smack in School -- SHILLABER ("Mrs. Partington") -- Fancy Diseases -- Bailed Out -- Seeking a Comet -- Going to California -- Mrs. Partington in Court -- SILL Five Lives -- FIELDS The Owl-Critic -- The Alarmed Skipper -- HAY Little Breeches -- SHAW ("Josh Billings") Natral and Unnatral Aristokrats -- LOWELL The Yankee Recruit -- What Mr. Robinson Thinks -- WARNER My Summer in a Garden -- COZZENS Living in the Country -- LELAND Hans Breitmann's Party -- WHICHER Tim Crane and the Widow -- SAXE The Stammering Wife -- KELLEY ("Parmenas Mix") He Came to Pay -- HOLLEY A Pleasure Exertion -- STEDMAN The Diamond Wedding -- MISCELLANEOUS Why He Left -- A Boy's Essay on Girls -- Identified -- One Better -- A Rendition -- A Cause for Thanks -- Crowded -- The Wedding Journey -- A Case of Conscience -- He Rose to the Occasion -- Polite -- Lost, Strayed or Stolen -- A Gentle Complaint -- Music by the Choir -- TWAIN The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calveras County.Masson, Thomas L., 1866-1934 [Editor]2007-04-21
The Wit and Humor of America, Volume II. (of X.)VariousenAn Archæological Congress, by Burdette -- Aunt Dinah's Kitchen, by Stowe -- Ballad, by Leland -- Barney McGee, by Hovey -- The Beecher Beached, by Tabb -- A Boy's View of It, by Stanton -- Budd Wilkins at the Show, by Kiser -- The Colonel's Clothes, by Gilman -- Comin' Thu, by Culbertson -- The Dutchman Who Had the "Small Pox," by Leland -- An Evening Musicale, by Fisk -- Familiar Authors at Work, by Carruth -- Fascination, by Tabb -- The Golfer's Rubaiyat, by Boynton -- Go Lightly, Gal (The Cake Walk), by Culbertson -- Grandma Keeler Gets Grandpa Ready for Sunday-School, by Greene -- The Hoosier and the Salt Pile, by Marble -- How "Ruby" Played, by Bagby -- A Letter, by Nasby -- The Lost Word, by Paul -- Love Sonnets of a Hoodlum, by Irwin -- Mr. Dooley on Gold-Seeking, by Dunne -- Mr. Dooley on Reform Candidates, by Dunne -- Natural Perversities, by Riley -- A Nautical Ballad, by Carryl -- The Old Deacon's Version of the Story of the Rich Man and Lazarus, by Stanton -- Our Best Society, by Curtis -- Plagiarism, by Tabb -- The Recruit, by Chambers -- "Ringworm Frank", by Riley -- A Rival Entertainment, by Field -- Samuel Brown, by Cary -- Seffy and Sally, by Long -- She Talked, by Foss -- The Strike at Hinman's, by Burdette -- The Two Brothers, by Wells -- The Two Farmers, by Wells -- The Two New Houses, by Wells -- The Two Suitors, by Wells -- Vive La Bagatelle, by Burgess -- Walk, by Devere -- The Way it Wuz, by Riley -- Yawcob Strauss, by Adams -- Yes?, by O'Reilly.Wilder, Marshall Pinckney, 1859-1915 [Editor]American wit and humor; American literature -- Humor2006-05-28




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