By: Clara E. Laughlin (1873-1941)
Twenty-year-old Mary Alice is bored with her home life and envious of the beautiful, poised, popular girls she sees at parties. At her mother's advice, she reluctantly visits her Godmother in New York, who teaches Mary Alice a little homemade "magic" and the one great Secret that will put her at ease with other people. How can Mary Alice learn to use these gifts to bring happiness into her own life and other lives? Although this charming novelette is subtitled "A True Fairy Story," it reveals that most of the "magic" in life can be found within ourselves. (Introduction by Jan MacGillivray)
By: Clara Louise Burnham (1854-1927)
|In Apple-Blossom Time A Fairy-Tale to Date|
|The Opened Shutters|
By: Clara Reeve (1729-1807)
The Old English Baron
The story follows the adventures of Sir Philip Harclay, who returns to medieval England to find that the castle seat and estate of his friend Lord Lovel have been usurped. A series of revelations, horrors and betrayals climax in a scene of single combat in which good battles evil for the return of the prize.
By: Clara Viebig (1860-1952)
|The Son of His Mother|
By: Clarence Budington Kelland (1881-1964)
By: Clarence Darrow (1857-1938)
Clarence Darrow, Selected Works: 1893-1917
This is a collection of 8 works by Clarence Darrow written between 1893 and 1917. Clarence Darrow was most noted in his time as an enormously successful defense attorney. Consider that he was the defense attorney at the Scopes Monkey Trial and at the "trial of the century", the Bobby Franks murder trial. He, like Robert G. Ingersoll, William Cowper Brann , William Jennings Bryan , Daniel Webster, etc. was also known as a world-class orator. These collected 8 works include speeches, essays, and public debates. The man had a silver tongue... sharpened to a rapier's edge!
By: Clarence Day (1874-1935)
|This Simian World|
By: Clarence Day, Jr. (1874-1935)
This Simian World
Clarence Day, Jr., best known for his work Life with Father, presents a satirical speculation on how the world might be different if we apes had not risen to prominence, but rather one of the other species had become dominant in our place.
By: Clarence Edward Mulford (1883-1956)
By: Clarence Stratton (1880-1951)
By: Clarence Young
|Jack Ranger's Western Trip Or, from Boarding School to Ranch and Range|
|The Motor Boys on the Pacific Or, the Young Derelict Hunters|
By: Claude Prosper Jolyot de Crébillon (1707-1777)
|The Amours of Zeokinizul, King of the Kofirans Translated from the Arabic of the famous Traveller Krinelbol|
By: Clayton Meeker Hamilton (1881-1946)
|A Manual of the Art of Fiction|
|Materials and Methods of Fiction With an Introduction by Brander Matthews|
By: Clement King Shorter (1857-1926)
|Charlotte Brontë and Her Circle|
|George Borrow and His Circle Wherein May Be Found Many Hitherto Unpublished Letters Of Borrow And His Friends|
By: Cleveland Moffett (1863-1926)
|Through the Wall|
|The Conquest of America A Romance of Disaster and Victory: U.S.A., 1921 A.D.|
By: Clifford D. Simak (1904-1988)
In a future time, the solar system is powered by one energy source, controlled by one huge organisation, which has plans to use this control to dominate the planets. Unknown to them, a couple of maverick scientists accidentally develop a completely new form of energy supply and threaten the corporation's monopoly. Naturally, the corporation can't allow this to happen... A stunning story about the manipulation of pure energy, climaxing in interstellar conflict.
|The Street That Wasn't There|
By: Clifford Simak (1904-1988)
Hellhounds of the Cosmos
From Astounding Stories of 1932. Earth is being attacked by horrible black monsters that appear from nowhere and destroy and kill everything and everyone in their paths. Nothing affects them, nothing stops them; they are impervious to all weapons. Earth is doomed. But there is one hope and it rests on the shoulders of 98 brave men. Can they do it? can they find a way of retaliating? Listen and find out.
Clifford Simak deals with the implications of time travel in his own unique way in this story. What if a group of guys did it on their own, without any help from government or industry? On a shoestring,so to speak? Would anyone believe them? What would you do if you could go back 150,000 years to a time when mastodons and saber toothed tigers roamed North America? And what happens when they run out of money? All these questions are explored in the usual humorous, wry Simak way in this story.
By: Clinton Scollard (1860-1932)
|Sprays of Shamrock|
|From the Lips of the Sea|
By: Clyde Fitch (1865-1909)
|The Girl with the Green Eyes A Play in Four Acts|
|The Smart Set Correspondence & Conversations|