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By: Ethel Hueston (1887-)

Book cover Prudence of the Parsonage
Book cover Sunny Slopes

By: Margaret M. (Margaret Murray) Robertson (1821-1897)

Book cover Janet's Love and Service

By: Clara Louise Burnham (1854-1927)

Book cover In Apple-Blossom Time A Fairy-Tale to Date

By: Mary Cholmondeley (1859-1925)

Book cover Prisoners Fast Bound In Misery And Iron

By: Will Lillibridge (1878-1909)

Book cover Arcadia in Avernus

Unhappy wife leaves marriage of convenience for another man, the couple running away to the Dakota prairie to set up housekeeping. All seems romantically well... until the ex shows up. Surprisingly modern (if a little theatrical) novella from the early 1900's. From the posthumous collection of Lillibridge short stories, A Breath of Prairie, 1911.

By: August von Kotzebue (1761-1819)

Lover's Vows by August von Kotzebue Lover's Vows

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...

By: Anne Douglas Sedgwick (1873-1935)

Book cover Franklin Kane

By: Sarojini Naidu (1879-1949)

Book cover Golden Threshold

Sarojini Naidu was a remarkable woman. Known as the Nightingale of India, she started writing at the age of thirteen and throughout her life composed several volumes of poetry, writing many poems which are still famous to this day. As well as being a poet, Naidu was an activist and politician, campaigning for Indian independence and became the first Indian woman to attain the post of President of the Indian National Congress. This volume contains the beautiful 'Indian Love-Song', as well as many other moving verses...

By: Henry Russell Miller (1880-1955)

Book cover The House of Toys

By: Maurice Thompson (1844-1901)

Book cover Alice of Old Vincennes

By: Charles Garvice (-1920)

Book cover The Woman's Way

By: Ross Beeckman

Book cover Princess Zara
Book cover The Last Woman

By: W. J. (William James) Dawson (1854-1928)

Book cover The Empire of Love

By: Seth Curtis Beach (1837-1932)

Book cover Daughters of the Puritans A Group of Brief Biographies

By: Henry Theophilus Finck (1854-1926)

Book cover Primitive Love and Love-Stories

By: Mary Keith Medbery Mackaye (1845-1924)

Pride and Prejudice: A Play by Mary Keith Medbery Mackaye Pride and Prejudice: A Play

Pride and Prejudice, a comedy of manners and marriage, is the most famous of Jane Austen's novels. In this dramatic adaption by Mary Keith Medbery Macakaye some liberties are taken with the storyline and characters, but it is still a fun listen or read. Perhaps a good introduction for someone not ready to tackle the complete novel ~ and for the reader familiar with the work, a laugh can be had at the changes that were made in order to adapt it to the stage

By: William Withering (1741-1799)

Book cover An Account of the Foxglove and some of its Medical Uses With Practical Remarks on Dropsy and Other Diseases

By: Ruth Comfort Mitchell (1882-1954)

Book cover Play the Game!

By: Leroy Scott (1875-1929)

Book cover Children of the Whirlwind

By: Ella Cheever Thayer

Book cover Wired Love A Romance of Dots and Dashes

By: Eugene Walter (1874-1941)

Book cover The Easiest Way A Story of Metropolitan Life

By: David Carpenter Knight

Book cover The Love of Frank Nineteen

By: Molly Elliot Seawell (1860-1916)

Book cover Throckmorton

This is a novel about the lives of the members of the Temple family and their connections in Tidewater, Virginia, in the Reconstruction era. The widow Judith Temple and her sister in law Jacqueline live quietly on the Temple plantation, when the widower George Throckmorton returns to Tidewater. He had joined the Union Army in the war, and led with distinction. The lives of the girls are turned upside-down..

By: Stella Benson (1892-1933)

Book cover This Is the End

Some books have plots that drive relentlessly toward a conclusion. Others, like "This Is The End", just meander. It is the story of a Family halfheartedly searching for a missing relation who does not want to be found, while just off-stage, World War I is raging on the continent. It is a story about ordinary people trying to live ordinary lives in extraordinary times. The things they do are less important than the ways in which they do them: often comic, occasionally tragic, but always touching and true to life. It reminds us that Poetry and Romance can be found anywhere, hidden beneath the surface of the most commonplace things.

By: Richard Lovell Edgeworth (1744-1817)

Book cover Richard Lovell Edgeworth A Selection From His Memoirs

By: Jesse Lynch Williams (1871-1929)

Why Marry? by Jesse Lynch Williams Why Marry?

Why Marry? is a comedy, which "tells the truth about marriage". We find a family in the throes of proving the morality of marriage to a New Age Woman. Can the family defend marriage to this self-supporting girl? Will she be convinced that marriage is the ultimate sacredness of a relationship or will she hold to her perception that marriage is the basis of separating two lovers."Why Marry?" won the first Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

By: Stephen McKenna (1888-1967)

Book cover The Education of Eric Lane

By: Cosmo Hamilton (1879-1942)

Book cover Who Cares? a story of adolescence

By: Saint John of Damascus (676?-749)

Book cover Barlaam and Ioasaph

By: Julia Magruder (1854-1907)

Book cover A Beautiful Alien

By: Susan Edmonstoune Ferrier

Book cover Marriage, Volume 1

“Love!–A word by superstition thought a God; by use turned to an humour; by self-will made a flattering madness.” – Alexander and Campaspe. Lady Juliana, the indulged and coddled seventeen (”And a half, papa”) year old daughter of the Earl of Cortland, is betrothed by her father to a wealthy old Duke who can give her every luxury. She instead runs away and marries her very handsome but penniless lover. Very soon, they are forced to travel to Scotland to live with his quirky family in a rundown “castle” in the barren wilderness. Can this marriage survive?(Summary by P.Cunningham)

By: Jessie Fothergill (1851-1891)

The First Violin by Jessie Fothergill The First Violin

May Wedderburn is a quiet provincial girl, living in small and seemingly boring Skernford. Underneath the dull exterior, there is mystery, suspicion and fear in this little town, surrounding the austere local wealthy landowner who is very interested in marrying poor May. It looks as though she will have to marry him whether she likes it or not until an unsuspected alliance is formed between her and a respected old lady. They both escape to Germany where music and excitement await them.

By: Thomas Shaw (1843-1918)

Book cover Clovers and How to Grow Them

By: Munson Aldrich Havens (1873-1942)

Book cover Old Valentines A Love Story

By: Esther Chamberlain

Book cover The Coast of Chance

By: Florence A. (Florence Antoinette) Kilpatrick (1888-)

Book cover Our Elizabeth A Humour Novel

By: Olive M. (Olive Mary) Briggs (1873-)

Book cover The Black Cross

By: A. Ethelwyn Wetherald (1857-1940)

Book cover An Algonquin Maiden A Romance of the Early Days of Upper Canada

By: W. Pett (William Pett) Ridge (-1930)

Book cover Love at Paddington

By: Roy Irving Murray

Book cover August First

By: Margaret Peterson (1883-1933)

Book cover To Love

By: James Milne (1865-1951)

Book cover The Black Colonel

By: Edmund Day (1866-1923)

Book cover The Round-Up A romance of Arizona novelized from Edmund Day's melodrama

By: E. Temple (Ernest Temple) Thurston (1879-1933)

Book cover Sally Bishop A Romance

By: Charles Goff Thomson

Book cover Terry A Tale of the Hill People

By: David Whitelaw

The Princess Galva by David Whitelaw The Princess Galva

Edward Povey had been a correspondence clerk for twenty-two years when he was summarily dismissed. So how did he find himself mixed up with an orphan girl, who was really a princess, as she sought to reclaim her throne from the man who had killed her parents? Well, however it had happened, it was romantic. And after two decades in the basement office of a shipping company, he was ready for a bit of romance. (Introduction by MaryAnn)

By: H. Lovett Cameron

Book cover Vera Nevill Or, Poor Wisdom's Chance

By: Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler (1860-1929)

Book cover The Farringdons

By: Alice Ames Winter (1865-1944)

Book cover Jewel Weed

By: M. G. (Mary Greenway) McClelland (1853-1895)

Book cover Princess

By: Florence Alice Sitwell (1858-1930)

Book cover Daybreak A Story for Girls

By: W. S. (Wilmarth Sheldon) Lewis (1895-1979)

Book cover Tutors' Lane

By: George Looms (1886-1926)

Book cover Stubble

By: Various

Romantic Poetry by Various Romantic Poetry

A collection of romantic poems for St Valentine’s day.

By: Anonymous

An Englishwoman's Love-Letters by Anonymous An Englishwoman's Love-Letters

It need hardly be said that the woman by whom these letter were written had no thought that they would be read by anyone but the person to whom they were addressed. But a request, conveyed under circumstances which the writer herself would have regarded as all-commanding, urges that they should now be given to the world; and, so far as is possible with a due regard to the claims of privacy, what is here printed presents the letters as they were first written in their complete form and sequence. From book explaination

By: Joseph Hocking (1860-1937)

Book cover Weapons of Mystery

Justin Blake receives an invitation from his old school-fellow Tom Temple to join him and his family for the Christmas holidays in Yorkshire. Having no other plans, he decides to go. Though he is normally much the opposite of what would be called a lady's man, he falls instantly in love with Miss Forrest, one of the guests, who had already shared his train compartment on the way. When he meets the mysterious Herod Voltaire and finds that he must protect the girl from him and his weapons of mystery, the adventure begins.

By: Various

30 American Poems by Various 30 American Poems

This is a sequel of sorts to 37 American Poems, one of my first solos. Concentration here is on late 19th to early 20th Century works by US poets.

By: Zane Grey (1872-1939)

Book cover To The Last Man

The story follows an ancient feud between two frontier families that is inflamed when one of the families takes up cattle rustling. The ranchers are led by Jean Isbel and, on the other side, Lee Jorth and his band of cattle rustlers. In the grip of a relentless code of loyalty to their own people, they fight the war of the Tonto Basin, desperately, doggedly, to the last man, neither side seeing the futility of it until it is too late. And in this volatile environment, young Jean finds himself hopelessly in love with a girl from whom he is separated by an impassable barrier.


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