By: Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch (1863-1944)
|The Adventures of Harry Revel|
|The Delectable Duchy|
|From a Cornish Window A New Edition|
|Corporal Sam and Other Stories|
|News from the Duchy|
|The Mayor of Troy|
|The Roll-Call Of The Reef|
|Merry-Garden and Other Stories|
|Green Bays. Verses and Parodies|
By: Arthur Weir (1864-1902)
|Fleurs De Lys, and Other Poems|
By: Arthur Willis Colton
|The Belted Seas|
By: Asa Don Dickinson (1876-1960)
The Children's Book of Christmas Stories
Many librarians have felt the need and expressed the desire for a select collection of children's Christmas stories in one volume. This book claims to be just that and nothing more. Each of the stories has already won the approval of thousands of children, and each is fraught with the true Christmas spirit. It is hoped that the collection will prove equally acceptable to parents, teachers, and librarians.
By: Aubrey De Vere (1814-1902)
|Legends of the Saxon Saints|
By: August Niemann (1839-1919)
|The Coming Conquest of England|
By: August Strindberg (1849-1912)
August Strindberg’s naturalistic one-act drama has only three characters: Julie, a passionate young noblewoman; Jean, her father’s ambitious valet; and Kristin, the cook, who is also Jean’s fiancee. The play is set on Midsummer Eve, when everyone is reveling, and Julie and Jean get a bit too intimate – with tragic results.
Creditors is an 1889 tragicomedy by August Strindberg that plumbs the depths of the twisted triangular relationship between Tekla, her husband Adolph, and her ex-husband Gustav.
|The Road to Damascus|
|Plays: Comrades; Facing Death; Pariah; Easter|
|In Midsummer Days, and Other Tales|
|Master Olof : a Drama in Five Acts|
|There Are Crimes and Crimes|
By: August von Kotzebue (1761-1819)
Lovers' Vows (1798), a play by Elizabeth Inchbald arguably best known now for having been featured in Jane Austen's novel Mansfield Park (1814), is one of at least four adaptations of August von Kotzebue's Das Kind der Liebe (1780; literally "Child of Love," or "Natural Son," as it is often translated), all of which were published between 1798 and 1800. Inchbald's version is the only one to have been performed. Dealing as it does with sex outside marriage and illegitimate birth, Inchbald in the Preface to the published version declares herself to have been highly sensitive to the task of adapting the original German text for "an English audience...
|The Stranger A Drama, in Five Acts|
By: August William Derleth (1909-1971)