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2015/09/16: OUR FIFTH NOVEL BY JOHN TAINE TAKES PLACE IN A MYSTERY-SHROUDED REGI
ON OF CENTRAL ASIA!
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CT TODAY, WE COULDN'T OFFER YOU ANY EBOOKS BY JOHN TAINE UNTIL 2031 !!
Taine, John [Bell, Eric Temple] (1883-1960) [American mathematician and science
fiction author] Wikipedia
The Purple Sapphire (1924) [Adventure/science fiction novel, starting in England
but moving to India and Central Asia. The daughter of a British general has bee
n kidnapped. The search for her leads to the discovery of a lost super-civilizat
ion, somewhere north of Tibet. Naturally sapphires, large and valuable ones, com
e into the story!]
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2015/09/12: OUR FOURTH SCIENCE FICTION CLASSIC BY THE SCOTTISH-AMERICAN MATHEMAT
ICIAN JOHN TAINE TAKES PLACE IN ANTARCTICA!
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CT TODAY, WE COULDN'T OFFER YOU ANY EBOOKS BY JOHN TAINE UNTIL 2031 !!
Taine, John [Bell, Eric Temple] (1883-1960) [American mathematician and science
fiction author] Wikipedia
The Greatest Adventure (1929) [Science fiction novel. A ship runs over a weird m
onster in Antarctic waters and finds that it's in the middle of a huge oil slick
with hundreds of dead monsters. A wealthy American scientist finances a followup expedition, which encounters millions more of the monsters, live and undergro
und. But when and how did these creatures arise?]
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2015/09/08: FROM THE CLOSE OF THE JAZZ AGE, A BRILLIANT COLLECTION OF SHORT STOR
IES BY LOUIS BROMFIELD WHO HAD WON THE PULITZER PRIZE IN 1927!

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CT TODAY, WE COULDN'T OFFER YOU ANY EBOOKS BY LOUIS BROMFIELD UNTIL 2027 !!
Bromfield, Louis (1896-1956) [American novelist, journalist, and organic farmer]
Wikipedia
Awake and Rehearse (1929) [Short stories, originally published separately, now c
ollected in book form by the already famous novelist, taking place in various lo
cales. "These are stories, for the most part, of women. And what women! Hogarth
and Daumier might have battled for them as models...hags, harlots, spinsters, ho
ofers, jeunes filles, grandes dames, priestesses..." (Gladys Graham, Saturday Re
view, 1 June 1929)]
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2015/09/02: WE BEGIN SEPTEMBER WITH A FULL-LENGTH NOVEL BY SCIENCE FICTION LEGEN
D JOHN TAINE!
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CT TODAY, WE COULDN'T OFFER YOU ANY EBOOKS BY JOHN TAINE UNTIL 2031 !!
Taine, John [Bell, Eric Temple] (1883-1960) [American mathematician and science
fiction author] Wikipedia
Before the Dawn (1934) [Science fiction novel. Scientists invent a "televisor" d
evice that can detect the imprint that light leaves on objects, similar to the a
udio imprints in the grooves of a phonograph record. The device can play back th
e light imprints, letting the viewers see what happened at the time, in either r
eal time or greatly speeded up. The playback device smacks of the Star Trek holo
deck Wikipedia, in that the scientists can walk around inside the played-back ac
tivity, but they can't hear what's going on. In any case they make some remarkab
le discoveries...] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1270]
2015/08/29: OUR FIRST WORK BY JOSEPH CONRAD IS HIS FINAL NOVEL, SUSPENSE SET IN
THE TIME OF NAPOLEON!
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CT TODAY, WE COULD STILL OFFER YOU THIS EBOOK BUT WE COULDN'T OFFER YOU ITS FRON
TISPIECE BY SCOTTISH ARTIST MUIRHEAD BONE (OR ANY OF HIS FINE ILLUSTRATIONS) UNT
IL 2024 !!
Conrad, Joseph [Korzeniowski, Jzef Teodor Konrad] (1857-1924) [Polish mariner and
novelist] Wikipedia
Suspense (1925) [Novel, left incomplete by Conrad, who gave instructions that no
one was to complete it; but what he left was in itself a sizeable piece of work
. The story is set in Italy at the very end of the Napoleonic wars, and features
the young Englishman Cosmo Latham, who at the novel's opening is just arriving
in Genoa, not so very far from the former emperor's place of exile, Elba. Our eb
ook includes a frontispiece by the Scottish artist Muirhead Bone (1876-1953) Wik
ipedia.]
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2015/08/23: OUR SECOND CLASSIC NOVEL BY SCIENCE FICTION AUTHOR JOHN TAINE!
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CT TODAY, WE COULDN'T OFFER YOU ANY EBOOKS BY JOHN TAINE UNTIL 2031 !!
Taine, John [Bell, Eric Temple] (1883-1960) [American mathematician and science
fiction author] Wikipedia

The Iron Star (1930) Wikipedia [Novel. An expedition to Africa culminates in the
discovery that "evolution" is not a one-way process.] HTML HTML zipped Text Tex
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2015/08/16: A JAMES BOND NOVEL, AND A FINE ONE MOONRAKER! IDEAL READING FOR YOUR
SUMMER VACATION!!
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CT TODAY, WE COULDN'T OFFER YOU ANY EBOOKS BY IAN FLEMING UNTIL 2035 !!
Fleming, Ian [Ian Lancaster] (1908-1964) [English intelligence officer and novel
ist] Wikipedia
Moonraker (1955) Wikipedia [The third James Bond novel. It is set in England, sp
ecifically the county of Kent. It features a rocket ("The Moonraker"), a fine vi
llain (Sir Hugo Drax), a famous game of bridge, and much else. The 1979 film Wik
ipedia is quite different from the novel: read the novel and decide which you pr
efer. (Speaking personally, we like the novel!)] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipp
ed EPUB [PGC #1267]
2015/08/12: TODAY SINCLAIR LEWIS ENTERS OUR CATALOGUE THE FIRST AMERICAN AUTHOR
TO WIN THE NOBEL PRIZE!
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CT TODAY, WE COULDN'T OFFER YOU ANY EBOOKS BY SINCLAIR LEWIS UNTIL 2022 !!
Lewis, Sinclair (1885-1951) [American novelist; Nobel Prize in Literature, 1930]
Wikipedia Nobelprize.org
Ann Vickers (1933) Wikipedia [Novel, the basis for the 1933 movie Wikipedia with
Irene Dunne and Walter Huston. We follow Ann Vickers from her childhood in Waub
anakee, Illinois through to her later years in Manhattan, with much happening al
ong the way. Sinclair Lewis, as always, instructs while he entertains: we learn
about prison life, settlement houses Wikipedia and many other aspects of the soc
ial movements of the time. "It is his skill in blending such ardent propaganda f
or prison reform with a series of penetrating studies of men and women that make
s "Ann Vickers" one of the most important and fascinating novels that Mr. Lewis
has written." (Edgar Holt, The Bookman [U.K.], February 1933)]
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2015/08/03: OUR LATEST TITLE BY EDGAR WALLACE IS HIS FASCINATING AUTOBIOGRAPHY P
ERFECT SUMMERTIME READING !
Wallace, Edgar [Wallace, Richard Horatio Edgar] (1875-1932) [English novelist, p
laywright, and screenplay writer] Wikipedia BFI screenonline
Edgar Wallace. A Short Autobiography. (1926) [Original title: People. A Short Au
tobiography., but renamed for the 1929 edition. As you might guess, it is Edgar
Wallace's autobiography. "He has told the tale in a breezy, straightaway fashion
... It is really not long enough. One regrets that Mr. Wallace stopped having ad
ventures in order to write of imaginary ones." (Saturday Review, 11 May 1929)] H
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2015/07/30: OUR THIRD NOVEL BY B. A. McKELVIE IS SET IN BRITISH COLUMBIA DURING
THE FRASER CANYON GOLD RUSH! FIGHT THE TRANS-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP'S COPYRIGHT EXT
ENSIONS! IF THEY WERE IN EFFECT TODAY, WE COULDN'T OFFER YOU ANY EBOOKS BY B. A.
McKELVIE UNTIL 2031 !!
McKelvie, Bruce Alistair (1889-1960) [Canadian journalist, historian, and noveli
st] ABCBookworld

The Black Canyon. A Story of '58. (1927) [Novel, set in British Columbia during
the 1858 gold rush Wikipedia. A teenage boy, Neil Alexander, comes to Fort Victo
ria, and travels up the Fraser with a friend and some miners. But this was the p
eriod of the Fraser Canyon War Wikipedia, and the boys find themselves in the mi
ddle of some dangerous and exciting events!]
CAUTION: certain passages in this novel may seem racist by the standards of toda
y.
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2015/07/25: A NEW AUTHOR TODAY: SCIENCE FICTION AUTHOR JOHN TAINE OUR INAUGURAL
WORK BY HIM IS HIS CLASSIC NOVEL THE TIME STREAM!!
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CT TODAY, WE COULDN'T OFFER YOU ANY EBOOKS BY JOHN TAINE UNTIL 2031 !!
Taine, John [Bell, Eric Temple] (1883-1960) [American mathematician and science
fiction author] Wikipedia
The Time
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Stream (1946 version) Wikipedia [Science fiction novel, originally publ


serial form in 1931-32. The story involves time exploration, not quite
thing as time travel you'll see what we mean when you read the novel! D
show up and play a major role. An enduring classic!] HTML HTML zipped T
zipped EPUB [PGC #1263]

2015/07/22: OUR EIGHTH MYSTERY TITLE BY CYRIL HARE INVOLVES (1) HIS FAMOUS SLEUT
H, FRANCIS PETTIGREW, (2) AN ORCHESTRA, AND (3) A MURDER!
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CT TODAY, WE COULDN'T OFFER YOU ANY OF OUR EIGHT CYRIL HARE EBOOKS UNTIL 2029 !!
Hare, Cyril [Clark, Alfred Alexander Gordon] (1900-1958) [English judge and nove
list] Wikipedia
When the Wind Blows (1949) [Mystery novel; some editions use the alternative tit
le The Wind Blows Death. After giving some legal assistance to the local amateur
orchestra, Francis Pettigrew finds himself named the orchestra's treasurer, whi
ch complicates his otherwise idyllic existence. A murder then occurs, making thi
ngs even more complicated.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1262]
2015/07/17: TODAY'S EBOOK BY CYRIL HARE IS AN ENDURING CLASSIC: IT'S AN EXCELLEN
T MYSTERY, AND MARKS THE FIRST APPEARANCE IN LITERATURE OF HARE'S FAMOUS LAWYERSLEUTH FRANCIS PETTIGREW!
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CT TODAY, WE COULDN'T OFFER YOU ANY OF OUR SEVEN CYRIL HARE EBOOKS UNTIL 2029 !!
Hare, Cyril [Clark, Alfred Alexander Gordon] (1900-1958) [English judge and nove
list] Wikipedia
Tragedy at Law (1942) [Mystery novel. Even in wartime, the justice system
ues its operations. Which explains how London barrister Francis Pettigrew
himself travelling from town to town on the assize circuit Wikipedia. Far
d from London he may be, but Pettigrew discovers that life on the circuit
from dull!] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1261]

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2015/07/12: OUR FOURTH CLASSIC CHILDREN'S NOVEL BY EDWARD EAGER! FIGHT THE TRANS
-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP'S COPYRIGHT EXTENSIONS! IF THEY WERE IN EFFECT TODAY, WE CO
ULDN'T OFFER YOU ANY EBOOKS BY EDWARD EAGER UNTIL 2035 !!
Eager, Edward [Edward McMaken] (1911-1964) [American novelist, librettist, and t
ranslator] Wikipedia

Seven-Day Magic (1962) [The seventh and final novel in the series initiated by H
alf Magic. Several children are in the local public library, and one of the girl
s finds a small red book, well used. The librarian tells them they can keep the
book for only seven days. The book grants wishes, but only for the seven days th
ey're allowed to have it. Adventures ensue...] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped
EPUB [PGC #1260]
2015/07/11: A CLASSIC NOVEL FOR CHILDREN (THE THIRD IN OUR CATALOGUE!) BY EDWARD
EAGER! FIGHT THE TRANS-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP'S COPYRIGHT EXTENSIONS! IF THEY WERE
IN EFFECT TODAY, WE COULDN'T OFFER YOU ANY EBOOKS BY EDWARD EAGER UNTIL 2035 !!
Eager, Edward [Edward McMaken] (1911-1964) [American novelist, librettist, and t
ranslator] Wikipedia
Magic or Not? (1959) [Novel, fifth in the series initiated by Half Magic. This t
ime, there are four children to whom odd things are happening, but... they're no
t sure if it's actual magic making things happen, or if things just work out in
the best possible way!] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1259]
2015/07/07: TODAY'S EBOOK IS AN ENHANCED DIGITAL EDITION OF CHARLES NORDHOFF'S T
HE PEARL LAGOON WE NOW INCLUDE CHARLES NORDHOFF'S PREFACE, AND THE ORIGINAL ILLU
STRATIONS BY ANTON OTTO FISCHER! FIGHT THE TRANS-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP'S COPYRIGHT
EXTENSIONS! IF THEY WERE IN EFFECT TODAY, WE COULDN'T OFFER YOU ANY EBOOKS BY C
HARLES NORDHOFF UNTIL 2018, OR ANY EBOOKS ILLUSTRATED BY ANTON OTTO FISCHER UNTI
L 2033 !!
Nordhoff, Charles Bernard (1887-1947) [American novelist] Wikipedia
The Pearl Lagoon (1924) [Novel for teenagers, set in the South Seas. A young boy
, Charlie Selden, is taken by his uncle to the South Pacific on a pearl-hunting
trip: encounters with sharks and pirates ensue. Includes a preface by Nordhoff,
and illustrations by Anton Otto Fischer (1882-1962) Wikipedia]
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Previous edition (text, but no preface or illustrations): HTML HTML zipped Text
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2015/07/04: TODAY'S EBOOK IS A VERY GREAT CLASSIC ERNEST HEMINGWAY'S FIRST AND P
ERHAPS FINEST NOVEL! FIGHT THE TRANS-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP'S COPYRIGHT EXTENSIONS!
IF THEY WERE IN EFFECT TODAY, WE COULDN'T OFFER YOU ANY EBOOKS BY ERNEST HEMING
WAY UNTIL 2032 !!
Hemingway, Ernest (1899-1961) [American novelist; Nobel Prize in Literature, 195
4] Wikipedia Nobelprize.org
The Sun Also Rises (1926) Wikipedia [Novel, following the progress of a group of
friends as they travel from Paris, cross the Pyrenees, and end up in Pamplona,
Spain. "Written in terse, precise, and aggressively fresh prose, and containing
some of the finest dialogue yet written in this country, the story achieves a vi
vidness and a sustained tension that make it unquestionably one of the events of
a year rich in interesting books" (Cleveland B. Chase, Saturday Review, 11 Dece
mber 1926)] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1257]
2015/06/18: OUR SECOND NOVEL BY EDWARD EAGER CONTINUES THE STORY HE BEGAN IN HAL
F MAGIC WHICH YOU WILL ALSO FIND IN OUR CATALOGUE! FIGHT THE TRANS-PACIFIC PARTN
ERSHIP'S COPYRIGHT EXTENSIONS! IF THEY WERE IN EFFECT TODAY, WE COULDN'T OFFER Y
OU ANY EBOOKS BY EDWARD EAGER UNTIL 2035 !!
Eager, Edward [Edward McMaken] (1911-1964) [American novelist, librettist, and t
ranslator] Wikipedia

Knight's Castle (1956) [Novel, second in the series initiated by Half Magic. Fou
r children discover a magic item, an enchanted toy soldier. But an act of magic
can happen only every three days!] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #
1256]
2015/06/17: TODAY WE'RE DELIGHTED TO PRESENT OUR VERY FIRST TITLE BY THE CELEBRA
TED COLLABORATORS NORDHOFF AND HALL! FIGHT THE TRANS-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP'S COPYR
IGHT EXTENSIONS! IF THEY WERE IN EFFECT TODAY, WE COULDN'T OFFER YOU ANY EBOOKS
BY NORDHOFF AND HALL UNTIL 2022 !!
Nordhoff, Charles Bernard (1887-1947) [American novelist] Wikipedia
with: Hall, James Norman (1887-1951) [American novelist] Wikipedia
Men Without Country (1942) [The novel opens early in World War II, just after th
e fall of France. An American reporter is in London to get stories on Frenchmen
who have fled France to fight with Charles de Gaulle. He meets with a Captain Fr
eycinet, who has quite a story to tell, a story which begins in the Caribbean. "
The famous authors of 'Mutiny on the Bounty' have passed a neat, small miracle.
In a little over a hundred pages, in small format and good large type, they have
told a tale of escape, patriotism, French Guiana, Vichy, Free France, everythin
g tight and right and thrilling. This is old craftsmanship at work, spinning a y
arn of the most contemporary flavor..." (N. L. Rothman, Saturday Review, 27 June
1942)] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1255]
2015/06/14: TODAY, WE CONGRATULATE AND THANK THE UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESEN
TATIVES FOR THEIR APPARENT SUCCESS IN BLOCKING THE TYRANNICAL "TRANS-PACIFIC PAR
TNERSHIP": LET'S HOPE IT STAYS BLOCKED! HERE IN CANADA, OUR POLITICAL PARTIES JU
ST DON'T SEEM TO CARE, WITH ONE EXCEPTION THANK YOU, GREEN PARTY OF CANADA !!
TO CELEBRATE THIS VICTORY FOR THE PUBLIC DOMAIN, WE'RE POSTING A VERY SPECIAL EB
OOK, A BRILLIANTLY IMAGINATIVE CHILDREN'S NOVEL BY EDWARD EAGER! FIGHT THE TRANS
-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP'S COPYRIGHT EXTENSIONS! IF THEY WERE IN EFFECT TODAY, WE CO
ULDN'T OFFER YOU ANY EBOOKS BY EDWARD EAGER UNTIL 2035 !!
Eager, Edward [Edward McMaken] (1911-1964) [American novelist, librettist, and t
ranslator] Wikipedia
Half Magic (1954) [Does magic really exist? Four children are wondering this, wh
en suddenly... Well, we're not going to give the story away, but we will say tha
t this is a genuine children's classic! "This story belongs to the E. Nesbit sch
ool of fantasy, in which magic pursues its inevitable course... a book whose tot
al contribution is one of fun and relaxation." (Elizabeth Nesbitt, Saturday Revi
ew, 15 May 1954)] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1254]
2015/06/12: A CLASSIC COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES BY ERNEST HEMINGWAY! FIGHT THE
TRANS-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP'S COPYRIGHT EXTENSIONS! IF THEY WERE IN EFFECT TODAY,
WE COULDN'T OFFER YOU ANY EBOOKS BY ERNEST HEMINGWAY UNTIL 2032 !!
Hemingway, Ernest (1899-1961) [American novelist; Nobel Prize in Literature, 195
4] Wikipedia Nobelprize.org
Winner Take Nothing (1933) Wikipedia [Fourteen short stories, some of them extre
mely famous: A Clean, Well-Lighted Place, for example, and The Gambler, the Nun,
and the Radio] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1253]
2015/06/01: OUR FIRST THREE TITLES BY LOUIS BROMFIELD WERE NOVELS; OUR FOURTH IS
AN EXTREMELY ATTRACTIVE COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES! FIGHT THE TRANS-PACIFIC PA
RTNERSHIP'S COPYRIGHT EXTENSIONS! IF THEY WERE IN EFFECT TODAY, WE COULDN'T OFFE
R YOU ANY EBOOKS BY LOUIS BROMFIELD UNTIL 2027 !!

Bromfield, Louis (1896-1956) [American novelist, journalist, and organic farmer]


Wikipedia
The World We Live In (1944) [Nine short stories, set in various locales (the U.S
., Monte Carlo, Switzerland...) and with various sets of characters, but all sho
wing Louis Bromfield's creative powers and unobtrusively excellent style of writ
ing.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1252]
2015/05/25: OUR THIRD TITLE BY LOUIS BROMFIELD A BEAUTIFULLY WRITTEN FAMILY SAGA
! FIGHT THE TRANS-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP'S COPYRIGHT EXTENSIONS! IF THEY WERE IN EF
FECT TODAY, WE COULDN'T OFFER YOU ANY EBOOKS BY LOUIS BROMFIELD UNTIL 2027 !!
Bromfield, Louis (1896-1956) [American novelist, journalist, and organic farmer]
Wikipedia
Mrs. Parkington (1943) [Novel: the basis for the 1944 film of the same name Wiki
pedia. Mrs. Parkington, born in Leaping Rock, Nevada, has ascended the social la
dder and is now a lady of great wealth. But the children of the wealthy often la
ck the qualities of their forebears. "'Mrs. Parkington' is in the old and rich t
radition of Thackeray and Trollope, Howells and Mrs. Wharton... if the book is t
uned to the familiar theme from shirt-sleeves to shirt-sleeves in three generati
ons, the melody is full-blooded, the interest does not flag." (Howard Mumford Jo
nes, Saturday Review, 9 January 1943)] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [P
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2015/05/24: A YEAR AFTER FINISHING HIS FAMOUS BEAU GESTE TRILOGY, P. C. WREN PUB
LISHED A FURTHER VOLUME NOT A NOVEL, BUT A FINE SET OF STORIES !
Wren, P. C. [Percival Christopher] (1885-1941) [English novelist] Wikipedia
Good Gestes. Stories of Beau Geste, his Brothers, and certain of their Comrades
in the French Foreign Legion. (1929) [Twelve short stories, accurately described
by the book's title. "The Geste brothers figure again in a series of gruesome s
hort stories of the Foreign Legion. Each one is a masterpiece of adventure and h
orror." (The Bookman [U.S.] September 1929)]
CAUTION: certain language in these stories may seem racist by the standards of t
oday. HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1250]
2015/03/15: OUR FIRST EBOOK BY IRELAND'S MAURICE WALSH IS HIS MOST FAMOUS SHORT
STORY, THE QUIET MAN: IT INSPIRED THE CLASSIC 1952 MOVIE! FIGHT THE TRANS-PACIFI
C PARTNERSHIP'S COPYRIGHT EXTENSIONS! IF THEY WERE IN EFFECT TODAY, WE COULDN'T
OFFER YOU ANY EBOOKS BY MAURICE WALSH UNTIL 2035 !!
Walsh, Maurice (1879-1964) [Irish novelist] Wikipedia
The Quiet Man (1933) [Short story, the basis for the 1952 film Wikipedia of the
same name, directed by John Ford and starring John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara. Sha
wn Kelvin had left Ireland at age twenty, but fifteen years later he returns to
the land of his birth. As the story's title suggests, he is a quiet man, and a q
uiet life is what he is seeking. But his arrival back is not free of incident!]
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2015/05/11: AS OF TODAY, WE OFFER YOU ALL THREE TITLES IN P. C. WREN'S BEAU GEST
E TRILOGY !
Wren, P. C. [Percival Christopher] (1885-1941) [English novelist] Wikipedia
Beau Ideal (1928) [The third of the three central novels of the Beau Geste serie
s. John Geste, whom we met in the first novel, is missing in Africa. Isobel Rive
rs asks a wealthy American friend, Otis Vanbrugh, to find him. The obvious first

step: Otis must join the French Foreign Legion!]


CAUTION: certain language in the novel may seem racist by the standards of today
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2015/05/02: IN 1926, TWO YEARS AFTER HIS SMASH HIT BEAU GESTE, P. C. WREN PUBLIS
HED THIS SEQUEL, SET ONCE AGAIN IN THE FRENCH FOREIGN LEGION, BUT THIS TIME FEAT
URING NOT AN ENGLISHMAN, BUT MAJOR DE BEAUJOLAIS, AN OFFICER IN THE LEGION !
Wren, P. C. [Percival Christopher] (1885-1941) [English novelist] Wikipedia
Beau Sabreur (1926) [Novel, the first sequel to Beau Geste, and like its famous
predecessor set in the French Foreign Legion. But there are some major differenc
es! Our hero is Major Henri de Beaujolais, a veteran of the Spahis Wikipedia and
of the French Secret Service. Mind you, he is an Old Etonian Wikipedia! "We unr
eservedly recommend 'Beau Sabreur' as one of the most eminently readable books o
f recent years." (Saturday Review, 21 August 1926)] HTML HTML zipped Text Text z
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2015/04/13: P. C. WREN'S CLASSIC TALE OF ADVENTURE IN THE FRENCH FOREIGN LEGION
!
Wren, P. C. [Percival Christopher] (1885-1941) [English novelist] Wikipedia
Beau Geste (1924) [The first and most famous novel in Wren's Beau Geste trilogy,
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ee orphaned Geste brothers leave England to join the French Foreign Legion in No
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Skull-Face (October-December 1929) Wikipedia [Novella, set in London, but Atlant
is comes into the picture; also hashish!]
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Last Post (1928) Wikipedia [The fourth and final novel in the Parade's End tetra
logy. Christopher Tietjens is now living in rural Sussex, making his living as a
dealer in old furniture. The novel is somewhat separate from the earlier three,
since we are now well and truly in peacetime. But memories of the War linger on
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A Man Could Stand Up. A Novel. (1926) Wikipedia [The third novel of the Parade's
End cycle. The First World War is ending, and life continues, but it is not the
same life as before. Christopher Tietjens must now adjust his personal life and
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No More Parades. A Novel. (1925) Wikipedia [The second of the Parade's End novel
s, set behind the front lines in France in 1915. Christopher Tietjens is now a C
aptain in charge of some major logistics operations. These operations include mo
ving a group of railway workers, volunteers from Canada! Captain Tietjens is mor
e of an idealist at the novel's start than at its end.] HTML HTML zipped Text Te
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Shute, Nevil [Norway, Nevil Shute] (1899-1960) [Australian novelist] Wikipedia A
ustralian Dictionary of Biography
Marazan (1951 [1952] revised edition of the 1926 original version, with a new Au
thor's Note) Wikipedia [Shute's first published novel, republished with minor re
visions, and a new introduction by our author. The plot involves aviation, drug
smuggling, Italy... also Marazan Sound, in the Isles of Scilly Wikipedia, off Co
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White, T. H. [Terence Hanbury] (1906-1964) [English novelist] Wikipedia
Darkness at Pemberley (1932) [Mystery novel, partly set at Cambridge University,
where White himself had recently studied, but also at Pemberley, in Derbyshire.
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hat the name of Darcy comes into the novel. You will be right!] HTML HTML zipped
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FFECT TODAY, WE COULDN'T OFFER YOU ANY OF NEVIL SHUTE'S NOVELS UNTIL 2031 !!
Shute, Nevil [Norway, Nevil Shute] (1899-1960) [Australian novelist] Wikipedia A
ustralian Dictionary of Biography
Beyond the Black Stump (1956) Wikipedia [Novel. An American geologist, Stanton L
aird, arrives in a very remote area of Western Australia, and meets Mollie Regan
. There is a mutual attraction, but also some degree of cultural conflict. We'd
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de la Roche, Mazo (1879-1961) [Canadian novelist and playwright] Wikipedia
Young Renny (1935) [The fourth Jalna novel. Renny and Meg Whiteoak are now in th
eir twenties, a complicated time of life for anyone, but particularly for Whiteo
aks. Family members of various ages, from the formidable Adeline down, participa
te fully in the turbulent but generally happy life of Jalna.] HTML HTML zipped T
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White, T. H. [Terence Hanbury] (1906-1964) [English novelist] Wikipedia
The Godstone and the Blackymor (1959) [Travel memoir. Our author visits the West
of Ireland, where the distant past is not so distant. "The style is beyond crit
icism... And the mind that controls the style is educated and intelligent, humor
ous, reflective, and entirely engaging." (Leonard Wibberley, Saturday Review, 13
June 1959)] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1237]
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Shute, Nevil [Norway, Nevil Shute] (1899-1960) [Australian novelist] Wikipedia A
ustralian Dictionary of Biography
Pied Piper (1942) Wikipedia [Novel. An elderly Englishman, retired from the law,
goes to France for a holiday. But it's April 1940 and World War II has just beg
un! Getting to France proves easy, but the return trip to England is a very diff
erent matter especially since he's no longer travelling alone! The film adaptati
on Wikipedia, starring Monty Woolley, Roddy McDowall, and Anne Baxter, was nomin
ated for four Academy Awards, including Best Picture.] HTML HTML zipped Text Tex
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2014/11/19: A PIRATE STORY BY ROBERT E. HOWARD !
Howard, Robert E. [Robert Ervin] (1906-1936) [American fantasy and horror author
] Wikipedia
Black Vulmea's Vengeance (November 1938) [Story. The pirate Black Terence Vulmea
encounters a cruel British Navy captain who kills his crew, takes him prisoner,
and threatens to hang him. Vulmea tempts him with a story of buried treasure. I
n the course of the search, somewhere in the jungles of South America, Vulmea an
d the captain encounter hostile savages, escaped slaves, and a giant anaconda. T
he thrill count is high, as is the body count.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zippe
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2015/02/17: A CLASSIC AND WONDERFUL BOOK FOR CHILDREN FROM AN UNEXPECTED AUTHOR
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Haldane, J. B. S. [John Burdon Sanderson] (1892-1964) [Indian geneticist and sta


tistician] Wikipedia
My Friend Mr Leakey (1937) [Six marvellously witty stories for children, famous
to this day] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1234]
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ERE IN EFFECT TODAY, WE COULDN'T OFFER YOU ANY EBOOKS BY T. H. WHITE UNTIL 2035
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White, T. H. [Terence Hanbury] (1906-1964) [English novelist] Wikipedia
Mistress Masham's Repose (1946) Wikipedia [Novel. Maria is ten years old, and li
ves in a gigantic house, or rather palace, in rural England, which is gradually
collapsing: its name is Malplaquet. She is an orphan, and has a guardian, Mr. Ha
ter, and a governess, Miss Brown, neither of them easy to get along with. Perhap
s you are hooked already! Here's what a contemporary reviewer, Basil Davenport,
had to say: "When all is said, 'Mistress Masham's Repose' is a book like no othe
r. All its extravagances hang together, like the rococo and chinoiserie in which
the builders of Malplaquet delighted." (Saturday Review, 28 September 1946)] HT
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HESE SIX EBOOKS UNTIL 2029 !!
Hare, Cyril [Clark, Alfred Alexander Gordon] (1900-1958) [English judge and nove
list] Wikipedia
Suicide Excepted (1939) [Mystery novel. Whether a death was a suicide or not can
be very important to insurance companies. "Brainy and brisk." (Saturday Review,
11 December 1954)] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1232]
2015/01/29: WE NOW OFFER FIVE NOVELS FROM MAZO DE LA ROCHE'S MASTERPIECE, THE JA
LNA SERIES ! FIGHT THE TRANS-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP'S COPYRIGHT EXTENSIONS! IF THEY
WERE IN EFFECT TODAY, WE COULDN'T OFFER YOU THIS EBOOK UNTIL 2032 !!
de la Roche, Mazo (1879-1961) [Canadian novelist and playwright] Wikipedia
Mary Wakefield (1949) [The third Jalna novel, taking place in the 1890s, years b
efore the events described in Jalna and Whiteoaks. The recently widowed Philip W
hiteoak has two young children, and needs a governess: the young and beautiful M
ary Wakefield, freshly arrived from England. Her arrival naturally causes great
commotion at Jalna. "Sometimes we have thought we had been given a little too mu
ch of Jalna... this volume convinces us that we really needed more of the chroni
cle. Taken as a whole, the work begins to stand up as one of the best achievemen
ts of Canadian literature". (Allan Nevins, Saturday Review, 29 January 1949). Th
e novel is dedicated to the celebrated Canadian sculptor Walter Allward (1876-19
55) Wikipedia, creator of the Canadian National Vimy Memorial in France.] HTML H
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2015/01/26: AN ESSAY ON JAMAICA BY IAN FLEMING! FIGHT THE TRANS-PACIFIC PARTNERS
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THIS EBOOK UNTIL 2035 !!
Fleming, Ian [Ian Lancaster] (1908-1964) [English intelligence officer and novel
ist] Wikipedia

Jamaica (December 1947) [One of a series of articles in Horizon Wikipedia, by di


fferent authors, about the advantages of living in various places around the wor
ld. Ian Fleming contributed this essay on Jamaica, where he had just built his h
ouse, Goldeneye Wikipedia.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1230]
2015/01/21: OUR FIFTH CLASSIC MYSTERY NOVEL BY CYRIL HARE ! FIGHT THE TRANS-PACI
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T OFFER YOU THIS EBOOK UNTIL 2029 !!
Hare, Cyril [Clark, Alfred Alexander Gordon] (1900-1958) [English judge and nove
list] Wikipedia
He Should Have Died Hereafter (1958) [Mystery novel; some editions use the alter
nate title Untimely Death. Francis Pettigrew is now retired from his law practic
e. But retiring from sleuthing is not so easy, as he discovers on what was suppo
sed to be a holiday to remote and beautiful Exmoor Wikipedia.] HTML HTML zipped
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ANS-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP'S COPYRIGHT EXTENSIONS! IF THEY WERE IN EFFECT TODAY, WE
COULDN'T OFFER YOU THIS EBOOK UNTIL 2035 !!
Fleming, Ian [Ian Lancaster] (1908-1964) [English intelligence officer and novel
ist] Wikipedia
Goldfinger (1959) Wikipedia [Novel. James Bond encounters Mr Auric Goldfinger, w
ho is passionate about gambling, golf, and of course, gold. That's where Fort Kn
ox Wikipedia comes in!] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1228]
2015/01/12: OUR VIRGINIA WOOLF SERIES CONTINUES WITH HER CELEBRATED 1929 STUDY O
F WOMEN AND LITERATURE, A ROOM OF ONE'S OWN !!
Woolf, Virginia [Adeline Virginia] (1882-1941) [English novelist and essayist] W
ikipedia
A Room of One's Own (1929) Wikipedia [Woolf's famous, influential, and wide-rang
ing treatise on women and fiction, written in an easy and very readable style, r
eflecting its origins as a pair of public readings] HTML HTML zipped Text Text z
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) LIKED CARS: HE EVEN WROTE AN ESSAY ABOUT HIS THUNDERBIRD! FIGHT THE TRANS-PACI
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T OFFER YOU THIS EBOOK UNTIL 2035 !!
Fleming, Ian [Ian Lancaster] (1908-1964) [English intelligence officer and novel
ist] Wikipedia
Automobilia (April 1958) [Essay. Ian Fleming, like his creation James Bond, was
fond of cars. Here he fondly describes his Ford Thunderbird and gives an account
of going for a drive in Jamaica with his friend Nol Coward!] HTML HTML zipped Te
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2015/01/05: WE BEGIN 2015 WITH A GREAT CLASSIC WHICH ARRIVED IN THE CANADIAN PUB
LIC DOMAIN ON JANUARY 1ST T. H. WHITE'S THE ONCE AND FUTURE KING.
IF THE TRANS-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP "FREE TRADE" PROPOSALS WERE IN EFFECT TODAY AND
COPYRIGHTS WERE EXTENDED, YOU'D HAVE TO WAIT ANOTHER TWENTY YEARS FOR THIS EBOO
K. IT'S ELECTION YEAR IN CANADA TELL YOUR CANDIDATES THAT THE PUBLIC DOMAIN BELO

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AND DEFEND OUR PUBLIC DOMAIN AGAINST ATTACKS BY FOREIGN CORPORATIONS AND THEIR
GOVERNMENTS !
White, T. H. [Terence Hanbury] (1906-1964) [English novelist] Wikipedia
The Once and Future King (1958) Wikipedia [White's famous tetralogy: four novels
about the early life and subsequent reign of King Arthur. The first three novel
s had previously appeared separately, but the first of them, The Sword in the St
one, was revised substantially for this 1958 republication. The novels, like lif
e itself, are a mixture of tragedy and comedy.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zippe
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2014/12/31: WE WISH YOU A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR! TO ADD TO YOUR PLEASURE, WE'RE DE
LIGHTED TO OFFER YOU C.S. LEWIS'S THIRD AND FINAL SCIENCE FICTION NOVEL, WHICH C
OMPLETES THE STORY BEGUN IN OUT OF THE SILENT PLANET AND CONTINUED IN PERELANDRA
. ALL THREE NOVELS ARE SCIENCE FICTION CLASSICS, AND YOU WILL FIND ALL THREE IN
OUR CATALOGUE !
Lewis, C. S. [Clive Staples] (1898-1963) [Irish critic, novelist, poet, and theo
logian] Wikipedia
That Hideous Strength. A modern fairy-tale for grown-ups. (1945) Wikipedia Lewis
iana (notes by Arend Smilde) [The final of the three stories in Lewis's science
fiction trilogy. The story which began on Mars and was continued on Venus comes
to its conclusion on Earth.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1224]
2014/12/25: FOR THE TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO OFFER YOU TWE
LVE MYSTERY STORIES (ONE FOR EACH DAY!) BY BARONESS ORCZY, FEATURING LADY MOLLY
ROBERTSON-KIRK BETTER KNOWN AS LADY MOLLY OF SCOTLAND YARD !
Baroness Orczy [Orczy, Emmuska] (1865-1947) [English novelist] Wikipedia
Lady Molly of Scotland Yard (1910) Wikipedia [Twelve mystery stories. Early on t
he narrator comments that "we shouldn't have half so many undetected crimes if s
ome of the so-called mysteries were put to the test of feminine investigation."
Over the course of the twelve stories Lady Molly Robertson-Kirk amply demonstrat
es how true this is. (And while introducing Lady Molly, let us suggest another c
elebrated female sleuth from the Project Gutenberg Canada catalogue: Hulbert Foo
tner's Madame Storey!)] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1223]
2014/12/20: TODAY'S EBOOK IS POETRY (RATHER GOOD LIGHT VERSE) FROM AN UNEXPECTED
SOURCE THE VANCOUVER BOARD OF TRADE !
Beeman, Herbert (d. 1931) [Canadian businessman and poet] ABCBookworld
For Our Bureau. Being the Bureau Ballads contributed to Volumes One and Two of "
Via Vancouver," the journal of the Foreign Trade Bureau of the Vancouver Board o
f Trade, by the Secretary, Herbert Beeman. (1924) [Expertly written light poems,
taking as their inspiration the subject matter of the weekly Luncheon Lectures
at the Foreign Trade Bureau of the Vancouver Board of Trade. Trade patterns bein
g what they are, some of the poems are surprisingly topical even today.] HTML HT
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2014/12/11: A SCIENCE FICTION CLASSIC BY C. S. LEWIS !
Lewis, C. S. [Clive Staples] (1898-1963) [Irish critic, novelist, poet, and theo
logian] Wikipedia
Perelandra (1943) Wikipedia Lewisiana (notes by Arend Smilde) [The second of Lew

is's three science fiction novels: the alternative title Voyage to Venus is foun
d in some editions. Dr. Elwin Ransom is called upon to make a second interplanet
ary voyage, this time to Venus, which turns out to be something close to paradis
e. But he has been summoned there for a reason...] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zi
pped EPUB [PGC #1221]
2014/12/06: A NOVEL BY BARONESS ORCZY, SET DURING THE FRENCH REVOLUTION, AND FEA
TURING THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL !
Baroness Orczy [Orczy, Emmuska] (1865-1947) [English novelist] Wikipedia
Sir Percy Hits Back (1927) Wikipedia [Historical novel, the ninth in the Scarlet
Pimpernel series. We are in France, during the Reign of Terror: the young and i
nnocent Fleurette Chauvelin, only just turned eighteen, must be saved from the g
uillotine. The situation clearly calls for the unique talents of Sir Percy Blake
ney, the elusive Scarlet Pimpernel.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC
#1220]
2014/12/02: THREE INTERESTING AND VERY READABLE LECTURES ON CANADIAN HISTORY AND
POLITICS BY THE LEGENDARY J. W. DAFOE !
Dafoe, John Wesley (1866-1944) [Canadian journalist] Wikipedia
Canada, an American Nation (1935) ["American" as in "North American" three lectu
res delivered by Dafoe in 1934 at Columbia University and published in the follo
wing year with some additional material. Dafoe "thought the time and occasion op
portune to discuss... the common foundation of early North American feeling and
belief upon which the structures of government in both countries rest." As these
lectures show, Dafoe combined the writing and speaking skills of a fine profess
ional journalist with a deep knowledge of history and politics: hence, no doubt,
the honour of the invitation from Columbia to deliver these lectures.] HTML HTM
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2014/11/26: A COLLECTION OF TALKS AND SERMONS BY C. S. LEWIS SELECTED FOR PUBLIC
ATION BY LEWIS HIMSELF !
Lewis, C. S. [Clive Staples] (1898-1963) [Irish critic, novelist, poet, and theo
logian] Wikipedia
Transposition and other Addresses (1949) [Three sermons and two talks delivered
by Lewis during and shortly after the Second World War. Written in a conversatio
nal style appropriate to the circumstances of their creation, but full of substa
nce, as one expects from Professor Lewis.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPU
B [PGC #1218]
2014/11/22: OUR NINTH NOVEL BY NEVIL SHUTE IS SET IN THE NOVELIST'S TWO HOMES AU
STRALIA AND ENGLAND !
Shute, Nevil [Norway, Nevil Shute] (1899-1960) [Australian novelist] Wikipedia A
ustralian Dictionary of Biography
Requiem for a Wren (1955) [Novel. Alan Duncan is returning to his native Austral
ia after years spent in England during the Second World War, in which he served
and was wounded. No sooner is he off the plane in Melbourne when he learns that
there has just been a mysterious death in the family household: of a housemaid.
But this housemaid is connected to our hero more closely than he thinks: like hi
mself, she had been in England and served in the military, as a Wren Wikipedia.
Before the novel ends, Duncan learns much more about her.] HTML HTML zipped Text
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2014/11/16: OUR SECOND CLASSIC STORY BY ROBERT E. HOWARD !


Howard, Robert E. [Robert Ervin] (1906-1936) [American fantasy and horror author
] Wikipedia
Worms of the Earth (November 1932) Wikipedia [Short story, set in Roman Britain.
The Picts, led by Bran Mak Morn, are confronting the Romans. And Bran is consid
ering using the "worms of the earth" in this battle. Dangerous allies, it would
seem. And hard to track down!] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1216
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2014/11/14: IN 1937, CYRIL HARE LAUNCHED HIS ILLUSTRIOUS CAREER AS A MYSTERY NOV
ELIST WITH TODAY'S TITLE FINE READING FOR A NOVEMBER WEEKEND !
Hare, Cyril [Clark, Alfred Alexander Gordon] (1900-1958) [English judge and nove
list] Wikipedia
Tenant for Death (1937) [Cyril Hare's first mystery novel. Hare was a magistrate
, learned in the law, and therefore familiar with the term "tenant for life" -the holder of a property only while alive: that is, the property does not form p
art of his estate. But what is a tenant for death? Mr. Colin James may be an exa
mple: as the novel starts, he has mysteriously disappeared from the house he had
rented, and gone to France. There is a murder, needless to say; also Inspector
Mallett of Scotland Yard.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1215]
2014/11/07: WE'RE DELIGHTED TO INTRODUCE ROBERT E. HOWARD TO OUR CATALOGUE BY PU
BLISHING ONE OF HIS MOST FAMOUS HORROR STORIES !
Howard, Robert E. [Robert Ervin] (1906-1936) [American fantasy and horror author
] Wikipedia
Pigeons from Hell (May 1938) Wikipedia [Mystery and fear in a house that is larg
e, old, abandoned, and on an old plantation in the American South. One of Howard
's most famous stories.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1214]
2014/11/02: OUR FOURTH JALNA NOVEL, BY MAZO DE LA ROCHE THE SAGA OF THE WHITEOAK
FAMILY CONTINUES !
de la Roche, Mazo (1879-1961) [Canadian novelist and playwright] Wikipedia
The Master of Jalna (1933) [Novel. Finch has returned from England and rejoined
the rest of the Whiteoak family at Jalna. Of course, this doesn't mean that thin
gs are quiet and settled after all, we're talking about the Whiteoaks! "In this
latest instalment, the family vicissitudes are dominated by red-haired Rennie th
e strongest-willed of all since the passing of old Gran... he presides at the ma
nsion, raises horses, decides vital family issues, and keeps the clan together."
(Allan Nevins, Saturday Review, 16 September 1933)] HTML HTML zipped Text Text
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TO MAKE OUR EBOOKS READABLE EVERYWHERE ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE, FOR EXAMPLE, OR YO
UR TABLET. THAT'S WHY WE'RE PRESENTING YOU TODAY WITH AN UPDATED EPUB VERSION OF
THIS FINE NOVEL BY NEVIL SHUTE !
Shute, Nevil [Norway, Nevil Shute] (1899-1960) [Australian novelist] Wikipedia A
ustralian Dictionary of Biography
The Far Country (1952) Wikipedia [Novel. Our heroine, Jennifer Morton, emigrates
to Australia, escaping a life of poverty in England. But her new life in Austra
lia is by no means free of incident.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PG

C #947]
2014/10/24: IN 1947, C.S. LEWIS HAD PUBLISHED HIS THREE FAMOUS SCIENCE FICTION N
OVELS, BUT THE NARNIA SERIES STILL LAY IN THE FUTURE. WHAT AN EXCELLENT TIME FOR
HIM TO WRITE THIS ESSAY ON STORIES !
Lewis, C. S. [Clive Staples] (1898-1963) [Irish critic, novelist, poet, and theo
logian] Wikipedia
On Stories (1947) [Essay. "It is astonishing", Professor Lewis writes, "how litt
le attention critics have paid to Story considered in itself." His essay pays a
great deal of attention to this question. Itself a fine piece of writing, along
the way it provides some very good reading suggestions!] HTML HTML zipped Text T
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2014/10/22: A NOVEL BY NEVIL SHUTE WHICH DEMONSTRATES HIS STRENGTHS AS A NOVELIS
T: SKILFUL WRITING, STRONG BELIEFS, COMBINED WITH A DEEP UNDERSTANDING OF HOW SO
CIETY WORKS AND HOW PEOPLE THINK !
Shute, Nevil [Norway, Nevil Shute] (1899-1960) [Australian novelist] Wikipedia A
ustralian Dictionary of Biography
Ruined City [U.S. title: Kindling] (1938) Wikipedia [Novel, with some elements w
hich are timeless. Henry Warren is "successful": he is the head of a London fina
ncial firm. But he is in the middle of a divorce, and needs barbiturates to get
to sleep. A set of curious incidents lands Warren in a northern town which is in
a state of economic collapse after the closure of the local shipyard. Then thin
gs start happening.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1211]
14/10/18: TOAY'S EBOOK IS THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF THE LEGENDARY ANGLO-AMERICAN CRIT
IC LOGAN PEARSALL SMITH THE FOURTH OF HIS BOOKS TO JOIN OUR CATALOGUE !
Smith, Logan Pearsall (1865-1946) [American essayist and editor] Wikipedia
Unforgotten Years (1938) [Smith's autobiography. "But the story he tells is more
than his own; it constitutes a picture of a vanished world, the one inhabited b
y his Quaker family in Germantown, and by Henry James in England, and Santayana
and Bernard Berenson on the Continent, the scene of a provincial Quaker corner o
f America, and of a sophisticated and expatriate America-in-Europe... nobody cou
ld fail to be charmed by the delicious savor of this exquisite and economical wr
iting." (Irwin Edman, Saturday Review, 31 December 1938)] HTML HTML zipped Text
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2014/10/11: A RAYMOND CHANDLER RARITY HIS LAST COMPLETED NOVEL FEATURING PHILIP
MARLOWE !
Chandler, Raymond [Raymond Thornton] (1888-1959) [American novelist and screenpl
ay writer] Wikipedia
Playback (1958) Wikipedia [The last Philip Marlowe mystery novel completed by Ch
andler, set in a resort town on the coast of California. Marlowe is to follow a
woman named Eleanor King, newly arrived in Los Angeles. Whether this is her real
name is only one of the mysteries in store for Marlowe.] HTML HTML zipped Text
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2014/10/07: TODAY WILLIAM FAULKNER JOINS OUR CATALOGUE OF AUTHORS, WITH THIS SCI
NTILLATING SHORT PIECE ABOUT HIS NATIVE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI !
Faulkner, William (1897-1962) [American novelist; Nobel Prize in Literature, 194
9] Wikipedia Nobelprize.org

Mississippi (October 1954) [Faulkner on his native state. Not an essay, but an o
riginal creative work, as you will see.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB
[PGC #1208]
2014/10/05: TODAY WE COMPLETE OUR DIGITAL EDITION OF EDGAR WALLACE'S "EDUCATED E
VANS" TRILOGY !
Wallace, Edgar [Wallace, Richard Horatio Edgar] (1875-1932) [English novelist, p
laywright, and screenplay writer] Wikipedia BFI screenonline
Good Evans! Being Further Adventures of Educated Evans. (1927) [Wallace's third
and final book featuring Educated Evans, "The World's Chief Turf Adviser"] HTML
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2014/10/02: A CLASSIC SCIENCE FICTION STORY BY C. M. KORNBLUTH !
Kornbluth, Cyril M. (1924-1958) [American writer of science fiction] Wikipedia F
rederik Pohl blog entry (20 April 2009)
That Share of Glory (January 1952) [One of Kornbluth's most famous stories. Life
in the future may be somewhat monastic, or it may be wild and untameable. Or bo
th, if you belong to the Order, and have to deal with difficult situations...] H
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2014/09/27: A. G. MACDONELL WAS NOT ONLY A NOVELIST, BUT ALSO A PLAYWRIGHT AND D
RAMA CRITIC WHO BETTER TO DISCUSS THAT TRANSCENDENT FIGURE OF LONDON'S WEST END,
NOL COWARD ?
Macdonell, A. G. [Archibald Gordon] (1895-1941) [Scottish journalist, playwright
, and novelist] Wikipedia
The Plays of Mr. Noel Coward (November 1931) [An essay by Macdonell on the works
of his fellow playwright Nol Coward Wikipedia, who was still in his early thirti
es, but already the author of such classics as The Vortex, Hay Fever, and Privat
e Lives all of which Macdonell discusses.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPU
B [PGC #1205]
2014/09/25: EDGAR WALLACE'S FIRST BOOK FEATURING THAT EMINENT RACETRACK AUTHORIT
Y, EDUCATED EVANS !
Wallace, Edgar [Wallace, Richard Horatio Edgar] (1875-1932) [English novelist, p
laywright, and screenplay writer] Wikipedia BFI screenonline
Educated Evans (1924) [Thirteen "episodes" set in the world of horse-racing, a w
orld with which Wallace was personally familiar. They mark the first appearance
in literature of Wallace's famous character Educated Evans, "The World's Premier
Turf Prophet".] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1204]
2014/09/19: OUR CONGRATULATIONS TO THE PEOPLE OF SCOTLAND ON THEIR VIGOROUSLY DE
BATED REFERENDUM A FINE EXERCISE IN DEMOCRACY! WE THOUGHT TODAY WOULD BE AN EXCE
LLENT TIME TO RECOMMEND FROM OUR CATALOGUE THIS CLASSIC SCOTTISH NOVEL WITH AN U
PDATED AND IMPROVED EPUB EDITION FOR YOUR TABLET/SMARTPHONE CONVENIENCE !
Macdonell, A. G. [Archibald Gordon] (1895-1941) [Scottish journalist, playwright
, and novelist] Wikipedia
England, Their England (1933) Wikipedia [A classic humour novel, winner of the 1
933 James Tait Black Memorial Prize Wikipedia for fiction. Our hero, Donald Came
ron, is a soldier who is recovering from war wounds. He is invited by a publishe

r to write a book about England, but from the viewpoint of a foreigner, i.e. a S
cotsman.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #695]
2014/09/16: IT IS A PRIVILEGE TO INTRODUCE TO OUR CATALOGUE THE TITANIC FIGURE O
F W. E. B. DU BOIS !
Du Bois, W. E. B. [William Edward Burghardt] (1868-1963) [American historian and
civil rights leader] Wikipedia
Life Seen at Ninety (1958) [An essay written by Du Bois on the occasion of his n
inetieth birthday. Age had not dimmed his passion and insight. One wonders what
he would say about the world today!] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC
#1203]
2014/09/14: TODAY'S EBOOK IS BY C. S. LEWIS A FASCINATING PHILOSOPHICAL AND THEO
LOGICAL STUDY OF "LOVE" !
Lewis, C. S. [Clive Staples] (1898-1963) [Irish critic, novelist, poet, and theo
logian] Wikipedia
The Four Loves (1960) Wikipedia [Philosophical/theological monograph: a study of
love. But the single English word "love" is used for several quite different th
ings, as Professor Lewis demonstrates with his customary clarity and brilliance.
] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1202]
2014/09/10: OUR TWELFTH TITLE BY EDGAR WALLACE IS OUR FIRST TITLE FEATURING HIS
FAMOUS CHARACTER MR. COMMISSIONER SANDERS !
Wallace, Edgar [Wallace, Richard Horatio Edgar] (1875-1932) [English novelist, p
laywright, and screenplay writer] Wikipedia BFI screenonline
Sanders [U.S. title: Mr. Commissioner Sanders] (1926) [Novel, one in a series of
novels featuring Wallace's famous creation Mr. Commissioner Sanders, a colonial
administrator in Africa.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1201]
2014/09/06: TWO YEARS AFTER THE APPEARANCE OF PASSENGER TO TEHERAN (WHICH IS IN
PROJECT GUTENBERG CANADA'S CATALOGUE), VITA SACKVILLE-WEST PUBLISHED THIS FASCIN
ATING ACCOUNT OF HER FURTHER TRAVELS IN IRAN !
Sackville-West, Vita [Victoria Mary] (1892-1962) [English novelist, poet, essayi
st, gardener, and travel writer] Wikipedia
Twelve Days. An account of a journey across the Bakhtiari Mountains in South-wes
tern Persia. (1928) [Travel book, with photographs. Our author and several frien
ds decide to travel across the Bakhtiari Mountains of Iran: a difficult but fasc
inating journey...] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1200]
2014/09/02: NOUS ACCUEILLONS... M. ARSNE LUPIN !
Leblanc, Maurice (1864-1941) [Romancier franais] fr.wikipedia
L'Agence Barnett et Cie (1928) fr.wikipedia [Huit nouvelles. Qu'tait-ce que ce cu
rieux personnage qui avait nom Jim Barnett ? demande notre romancier dans sa prfa
ce, et fournit lui-mme la rponse : M. Arsne Lupin fr.wikipedia, semble-t-il...] HTM
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2014/08/25: TODAY WE INTRODUCE A CHARACTER WHO IS ONE OF EDGAR WALLACE'S MOST ME
MORABLE CREATIONS EDUCATED EVANS !
Wallace, Edgar [Wallace, Richard Horatio Edgar] (1875-1932) [English novelist, p

laywright, and screenplay writer] Wikipedia BFI screenonline


More Educated Evans (1926) [A series of tales about horse-racing or, more partic
ularly, gambling on horse-racing, featuring Wallace's famous character Educated
Evans. Humour rather than suspense: an unexpected and delightful side of Edgar W
allace!] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1198]
2014/08/20: TODAY WE INTRODUCE TO OUR CATALOGUE JAMES HILTON AND HIS FAMOUS CREA
TION, THE ENGLISH SCHOOLMASTER MR. CHIPS !
Hilton, James (1900-1954) [English novelist] Wikipedia
Good-bye, Mr. Chips (1934) Wikipedia [Novel: an enduringly popular twentieth-cen
tury classic, later adapted to screen and stage. A young schoolmaster arrives at
an English school, and, without quite planning it, finds his lifetime vocation.
] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1197]
2014/08/17: WITH TODAY'S EBOOK, WE OFFER ALL FOUR OF THE ORIGINAL MISS PICKERELL
NOVELS !
MacGregor, Ellen (1906-1954) [American librarian and novelist] Wikipedia
Miss Pickerell Goes to the Arctic (1954) [Novel for children. Miss Pickerell mee
ts a retired bush pilot, and matters proceed from there. The novel expertly inte
rtwines an interesting plot with a surprising amount of scientific information.]
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2014/08/09: WE NOW OFFER NO FEWER THAN THREE NOVELS FEATURING THE REDOUBTABLE MI
SS PICKERELL !
MacGregor, Ellen (1906-1954) [American librarian and novelist] Wikipedia
Miss Pickerell and the Geiger Counter (1953) [Novel for children. Miss Pickerell
, accompanied by her two nephews, Homer and Harry, is on her way to the state ca
pital to see the circus, and also an atomic energy exhibit. The book is of its e
ra, and shows no scepticism about nuclear energy and its risks. But Miss Pickere
ll would have been most interested to learn that today some countries are phasin
g out nuclear power: solar power would have fascinated her!] HTML HTML zipped Te
xt Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1195]
2014/08/08: TODAY'S EBOOK IS THE VERY FIRST OF ELLEN MACGREGOR'S NOVELS FOR CHIL
DREN, FEATURING MISS PICKERELL !
MacGregor, Ellen (1906-1954) [American librarian and novelist] Wikipedia
Miss Pickerell Goes to Mars (1951) [Novel for children, the first to feature Mis
s Pickerell. The title summarizes the plot; but this agreeable work skilfully pr
esents a good deal of actual science as its plot develops.] HTML HTML zipped Tex
t Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1194]
2014/08/04: HERE'S ONE VERY GOOD REASON TO OPPOSE THE TRANS-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP'
S ABSURD PROPOSAL TO EXTEND COPYRIGHTS IN CANADA BY TWENTY YEARS: IF WE KEEP OUR
OWN COPYRIGHT RULES, INSTEAD OF LETTING FOREIGN GOVERMENTS CHANGE THEM FOR US,
EVELYN WAUGH'S NOVELS WILL ENTER THE PUBLIC DOMAIN, AS THEY SHOULD, ON 1 JANUARY
2017, NOT 2037 YES, YOU READ THAT RIGHT: 2037! IN THE MEANTIME, IT'S OUR PLEASU
RE TO OFFER YOU A FINE ESSAY ABOUT WAUGH BY ROSE MACAULAY WHO KNEW WAUGH PERSONA
LLY !
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kipedia

Evelyn Waugh (December 1946) [Essay: a beautifully written and surprisingly comp
rehensive survey of the works of Evelyn Waugh Wikipedia, up to and including the
then recently published Brideshead Revisited Wikipedia.] HTML HTML zipped Text
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2014/08/02: TODAY A VERY SPECIAL NAME JOINS THE PROJECT GUTENBERG CANADA CATALOG
UE THE POET ROBERT FROST! AND TODAY'S EBOOK CONTAINS FOUR MAGNIFICENT WOODCUTS B
Y HIS CLOSE FRIEND, J. J. LANKES, WHO WAS GEOGRAPHICALLY ALMOST A CANADIAN BORN
IN BUFFALO, ACROSS THE RIVER FROM FORT ERIE, ONTARIO !
Frost, Robert [Robert Lee] (1874-1963) [American poet] Wikipedia
West-Running Brook (1928) Wikipedia [Collection of lyric poems, with four beauti
ful woodcuts by J. J. Lankes (1884-1960) Wikipedia Vanderbilt University, a pers
onal friend of the poet. "Here... is the metaphysical lyric as no one but Robert
Frost could write it. And so it is throughout 'West-Running Brook.' The ripe re
pose, the banked emotion, the nicely blended tenderness and humor are everywhere
." (Louis Untermeyer Wikipedia, Saturday Review, 28 December 1928)] HTML HTML zi
pped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1192]
2014/07/31: FIRST CAME PROJECT GUTENBERG CANADA, THEN CAME THE EPUB STANDARD WHI
CH MEANS THAT SOME FINE EARLY TITLES HAVEN'T BEEN AVAILABLE IN EPUB. FIVE YEARS
AFTER THEIR FIRST APPEARANCE ON OUR SITE, WE'RE DELIGHTED TO PRESENT OUR EPUB VE
RSION OF THESE FINE TRAVEL ESSAYS BY STELLA BENSON !
Benson, Stella (1892-1933) [English novelist] Wikipedia
The Little World (1925) [Travel essays, describing our author's visits to numero
us exotic locations. "Have no fears that "The Little World " is not interesting
and well-written and clever and alive. Stella Benson is never, in any of these r
espects, a disappointment; she is too expert a journalist to fail the readers wh
o for her sake alone will wander through India and China, and go across the Amer
ican continent, and touch Africa, and swelter in Aden." (Saturday Review, 5 Dece
mber 1925)] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #267]
2014/06/26: TODAY'S EBOOK IS THE FIRST OF FORD MADOX FORD'S CLASSIC PARADE'S END
NOVELS !
Ford, Ford Madox [Hueffer, Ford Madox] (1873-1939) [English novelist] Wikipedia
Some Do Not... (1924) Wikipedia [Novel, the first of the four Parade's End novel
s Wikipedia. We are introduced to Christopher Tietjens, the main character. Tiet
jens works in Britain's Imperial Department of Statistics. Society appears calm
and well-ordered: but the First World War lies just around the corner...] HTML H
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2014/06/20: IF YOU WERE TO LOSE ANY OF YOUR PROJECT GUTENBERG CANADA EBOOKS TO F
IRE OR ANY OTHER ACCIDENT, NO PROBLEM: SIMPLY VISIT US AND DOWNLOAD FREE REPLACE
MENTS WE'RE HERE TO HELP! IN 1942, THINGS WEREN'T SO SIMPLE, AS ROSE MACAULAY TE
STIFIES !
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kipedia
Book-Building after a Blitz (June 1942) [Essay. In 1942, our author lost her ent
ire personal library when a bomb landed on her London flat. She had a new projec
t in front of her: recreating her collection! Surprisingly optimistic in tone, a
ll things considered: perhaps Macaulay sensed that her most famous creation, The
Towers of Trebizond, lay ahead of her!] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB

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2014/07/14: HERE AT PROJECT GUTENBERG CANADA, WE LOVE THE USING THE EPUB EBOOK F
ORMAT (ESPECIALLY ON TABLETS), AND WE ALSO LOVE GWEN RAVERAT'S WONDERFUL AND WON
DERFULLY ILLUSTRATED MEMOIR PERIOD PIECE, WHICH WE PUBLISHED BACK IN 2011! WE'VE
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ODAY'S "NEW RELEASE" IS THAT NEW AND IMPROVED EPUB ENJOY !
Raverat, Gwen [Gwendolen Mary] (1885-1957) [English artist] Wikipedia
Period Piece. A Cambridge Childhood. (1952) Wikipedia [Autobiography, marvellous
ly written and profusely illustrated by its author. Raverat was a granddaughter
of Charles Darwin Wikipedia] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #741]
2014/07/12: OUR FIRST NOVEL BY ANNA BUCHAN, SISTER OF JOHN BUCHAN: HER OWN NOVEL
S, NOT AT ALL SIMILAR TO THOSE OF HER BROTHER, ENJOYED GREAT SUCCESS !
Buchan, Anna Masterton [Douglas, O.] (1877-1948) [Scottish novelist] Wikipedia
Jane's Parlour (1937) Leaves & Pages Reading 1900-1950 Sheffield Hallam Universi
ty (Helen C) [Novel, set in Scotland, with a focus on the events of everyday lif
e not necessarily a bad thing, as the novels of Jane Austen demonstrate. Written
in a classic and elegant style, as befits the sister of John Buchan. But the se
nsational events found in her brother's action novels are quite foreign to the s
ympathetic world of Anna Buchan.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1
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2014/07/06: NEVIL SHUTE WROTE TODAY'S NOVEL SHORTLY BEFORE HIS PASSING WHEN CLEA
RLY HE WAS AT THE HEIGHT OF HIS LITERARY POWERS !
Shute, Nevil [Norway, Nevil Shute] (1899-1960) [Australian novelist] Wikipedia A
ustralian Dictionary of Biography
Trustee from the Toolroom (1960) Wikipedia [Novel, published shortly after Shute
's passing. Keith Stewart is a technical writer, specializing in model machinery
. He is swept into a world of intrigue, involving family, mysterious wealth, and
exotic locales!] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1188]
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GHT. THIS CARE AND ATTENTION SOMETIMES DELAYS OUR PUBLICATION DATES WHICH EXPLAI
NS WHY THE EBOOK WE INTENDED FOR CANADA DAY (OUR SITE'S SEVENTH BIRTHDAY!) IS AC
TUALLY APPEARING ON THE NATIONAL HOLIDAY OF A CERTAIN OTHER COUNTRY! IT'S A VERY
CANADIAN NOVEL BY ONTARIO'S MAZO DE LA ROCHE, BASED, IT WOULD SEEM, ON THE LIFE
OF HER FAMOUS COUSIN, H. R. MACMILLAN A LEGENDARY FIGURE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA !
de la Roche, Mazo (1879-1961) [Canadian novelist and playwright] Wikipedia
Growth of a Man (1938) [Novel, which follows Shaw Manifold from his boyhood in S
outhern Ontario to his adulthood as a forester in British Columbia. H. R. Macmil
lan Wikipedia, de la Roche's cousin, and a central figure in the history of Brit
ish Columbia's forest industry, appears to have inspired the novel!] HTML HTML z
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You will find thousands of other interesting titles at Project Gutenberg's US an
d Australian websites. Many of the Canadian ebooks listed below were originally
created for these two sites, which have kindly made them available to us. You wi
ll find a large catalogue of excellent titles in French at Ebooks Libres et Grat

uits, who have also kindly made their catalogue available to us.
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tuits et Projet Gutenberg Australie, qui vous offrent des milliers de livres cap
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Select Comic Tales. From the Best Authors. (ca. 1808) [A collection of tales, mo
stly anonymous, selected by an anonymous editor, but including stories by Franois
Blanchet (1707-1784) fr.wikipedia and Charles Johnstone (ca.1719 - ca.1800) Com
pendium of Irish Biography. Colour frontispiece and title page by an anonymous a
rtist. All in all, a work with a good deal of anonymity.] HTML HTML zipped Text
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Aunt Ann's Lesson-Book, for Very Young Children. In Words of One and Two Syllabl
es. (1822) [Vignettes intended to entertain and instruct young children, "by a f
riend to little children." Includes colour illustrations by an anonymous artist.
] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped [PGC #515]
Tales and Novels for Youth of Both Sexes (1831) [Tales and historical accounts f
rom French history and culture, published in Paris in 1831, but written in Engli
sh. The illustrations include an engraved frontispiece reproducing a work by Cha
rles-Abraham Chasselat (1782-1843).] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped [PGC #549
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The Broken Vase, and Other Stories; for Children and Youth. (1847) [Stories for
children, with illustrations]
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Story of Simple Simon (this edition ca. 1850-1864) [Traditional children's poem
Wikipedia, nicely illustrated by an unknown hand] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zip
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Dan Drake's Rhymes and Dame Duck's Jingles (1859) [Illustrated poems]
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Ball-Room Dancing Without a Master, and complete guide to the Etiquette, Toilet,
Dress and Management of the ball-room; with all the Principal Dances in Popular
Use. (1872) [Manual]
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Comic Animals and their Adventures. With Alphabet and Rhymes. (ca. 1880?) [Alpha
bet book and children's story: includes illustrations by G. H. Thompson (fl. 183
3-1884) and Louis Wain (1860-1939) Wikipedia]
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WAAC: The Woman's Story of the War (1930) [Autobiography: an intimate account of
the writer's personal experience of the First World War. Not your standard war
memoir!] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped
Metropolitan Cook Book, Edition of Aug. 1954 (1954) [Cookbook. published by the
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped
Abbott, John Stevens Cabot (1805-1877) [American historian] Wikipedia
The Adventures of the Chevalier De La Salle and his Companions in their explorat
ions of the prairies, forests, lakes, and rivers, of the New World, and their in

terviews with the savage tribes, two hundred years ago. (1875) [History, mostly
concerning Ren-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle Wikipedia Dictionary of Canadia
n Biography] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped
Abbott-Smith, George (1864-1947) [Canadian theologian and philologist]
A Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament (1937 [third edition: first edition
published in 1921, second edition in 1923]) [Dictionary of New Testament Greek,
with many references to how Greek words in the New Testament were used in the Se
ptuagint translation of the Old Testament to represent their Hebrew counterparts
] HTML zipped DjVu PDF
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oad the file, unzip it, and use the main HTML page to navigate to the appropriat
e pages. As an alternative, you can download the scans in DjVu format (15 megaby
tes) or as a PDF file (54 megabytes).
Acland, Peregrine Palmer (1890-1963) [Canadian novelist] The Dusty Bookcase (Bri
an Busby) Field Punishment No.1 (James Calhoun)
All Else Is Folly. A Tale of War and Passion. (1929) [One of the most famous Can
adian novels about the First World War, describing the experiences of a young so
ldier, Alexander Falcon, who finds himself transported from a ranch in southern
Alberta to the battlefields of France, with part of the novel being set at an En
glish country house, Bendip Towers. No less a figure than Ford Madox Ford (18731939) Wikipedia contributed the preface: "Major Acland's is, I imagine, the firs
t really authentic work of imaginative writing dealing with the War to come out
of one of the great British Dominions... it will be little less than a scandal i
f the book is not read enormously widely. And that is the truth."] HTML HTML zip
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Addison, Joseph (1672-1719) [English essayist and playwright] Wikipedia NNDB
Cato. A Tragedy. (1713) [Tragedy, extremely popular throughout the eighteenth ce
ntury, describing the last days of Cato the Younger (95-46 B.C.) Wikipedia, a le
ading opponent of Julius Caesar. Our edition includes some introductory remarks
by the playwright and novelist Elizabeth Inchbald (1753-1821) Wikipedia] HTML HT
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Aeschylus (ca. 525-456 B.C.) [Athenian playwright] Wikipedia
Translations by Murray, Gilbert [George Gilbert Aim] (1866-1957) [English classic
al scholar] Wikipedia Australian Dictionary of Biography Biographisch-Bibliograp
hisches Kirchenlexikon (BBKL) [in German]
The Persians (472 B.C. [Greek original], 1939 [this translation]) [The oldest su
rviving Greek tragedy. It deals with a contemporary event: the reaction of the P
ersian court to the news of the Greek victory over the Persians at Salamis Wikip
edia, a battle in which Aeschylus is believed to have fought. The tone of the pl
ay is surprisingly sympathetic to the Persians.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipp
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inal Greek text (Perseus Digital Library)
The Suppliant Women (ca. 463 B.C. [Greek original], 1930 [this translation]) [A
very early Greek tragedy, notable for the importance of the chorus in the drama.
The daughters of Danaus Wikipedia arrive as refugees in Argos, seeking protecti
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Prometheus Bound (fifth century B.C. [Greek original], 1931 [this translation])
[Tragedy. Prometheus Wikipedia has given mankind the gift of fire. Zeus in anger
has chained him to a mountain in the Caucasus. Two millennia after the original
, Shelley wrote a famous sequel, Prometheus Unbound Wikipedia] HTML HTML zipped
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ature.com H. W, Smyth's edition of the original Greek text (Perseus Digital Libr
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Alain-Fournier, pseudonyme de Fournier, Henri Alban (1886-1914) [Romancier franai
s] fr.wikipedia
Le Grand Meaulnes (1913) [Roman] HTML et Texte
Albani, Emma (1847-1930) [Canadian opera singer] Wikipedia Dictionary of Canadia
n Biography Library and Archives Canada La Scena Musicale (article by Gilles Pot
vin) The Virtual Gramophone (recordings!) The Virtual Gramophone (biography)]
Forty Years of Song (1911) [Albani's own account, profusely illustrated, of her
sensational rise to international fame in the world of opera and oratorio] HTML
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Voir aussi:
Legendre, Napolon (1841-1907) [Journaliste canadien] fr.wikipedia Dictionnaire bi
ographique du Canada
Albani (Emma Lajeunesse) (1874) [Biographie de la cantatrice Emma Albani (1847-1
930) fr.wikipedia Dictionnaire biographique du Canada Bibliothque et Archives Can
ada La Scena Musicale (article par Gilles Potvin)] Le Gramophone virtuel (enregi
strements!) Le Gramophone virtuel (biographie)]
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story Bent demonizes, as it were, a number of historical figures considered in Ca
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Things That Have Interested Me (1921) [A journal of day-by-day reflections on a
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Elsie and the Child. A Tale of Riceyman Steps and Other Stories. (1924) [Thirtee
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novel Riceyman Steps.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1004]
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The Cattle-Baron's Daughter (1906) [Novel: illustrated by David Axel Ericson (18
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Larry of Lonesome Lake (1929) [Novel; U.K. title The Harder Way. Lawrence (Larry
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King Tommy (1923) [Light novel, somewhat similar in tone to the works of P. G. W
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Bishop, William Avery ["Billy"] (1894-1956) [Canadian aviator] Wikipedia
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The Flying Squad (1927) [Novel. Two students at Upper Canada College Wikipedia i
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Dictionnaire des barbarismes et des solcismes les plus ordinaires en ce pays, ave
c le mot propre ou leur signification (1855) [Dictionnaire] HTML HTML zip Texte
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tern fiction) Wikipedia (Westerns)
The Parowan Bonanza (1923) [Novel about prospectors in Nevada. Includes a fronti
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hardson Museum National Museum of Wildlife Art Christie's] HTML HTML zipped Text
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Points West (1928) [Western novel. Cole is the son of wealth, but through no fau
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Brazil, Angela (1868-1947) [English novelist] Wikipedia Literary Heritage West M
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Awake and Rehearse (1929) [Short stories, originally published separately, now c
ollected in book form by the already famous novelist, taking place in various lo
cales. "These are stories, for the most part, of women. And what women! Hogarth
and Daumier might have battled for them as models...hags, harlots, spinsters, ho
ofers, jeunes filles, grandes dames, priestesses..." (Gladys Graham, Saturday Re
view, 1 June 1929)]
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Night in Bombay (1940) [Novel about the guests in a hotel in India: one might sa
y, Grand Hotel moved to the subcontinent. "This is fiction for fun. And as such
it is done with sophistication, good meaty sentimentality, a shrewd seeing eye f
or surfaces, and the greatest skill in writing for pure entertainment." (Jonatha
n Daniels, Saturday Review, 11 May 1940)]
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Mrs. Parkington (1943) [Novel: the basis for the 1944 film of the same name Wiki
pedia. Mrs. Parkington, born in Leaping Rock, Nevada, has ascended the social la

dder and is now a lady of great wealth. But the children of the wealthy often la
ck the qualities of their forebears. "'Mrs. Parkington' is in the old and rich t
radition of Thackeray and Trollope, Howells and Mrs. Wharton... if the book is t
uned to the familiar theme from shirt-sleeves to shirt-sleeves in three generati
ons, the melody is full-blooded, the interest does not flag." (Howard Mumford Jo
nes, Saturday Review, 9 January 1943)]
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The World We Live In (1944) [Nine short stories, set in various locales (the U.S
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wing Louis Bromfield's creative powers and unobtrusively excellent style of writ
ing.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1252]
Colorado (1947) [Novel about money and family. Richard Meaney returns to his nat
ive Colorado after three years at Oxford, accompanied by his tutor, Mr. Chatswor
thy. "As swift in pace and as highly colored as a first-rate Western movie, Mr.
Bromfield's latest story rushes with great gusto through most of the situations
which Hollywood has taught us to look for in tales of rowdy, frontier days... Bu
t it is no small tribute to Mr. Bromfield's vivid storytelling that the reader c
an put down the book almost convinced that he has seen rather than read a great
part of the novel." (Pamela Taylor, Saturday Review, 1 November 1947)]
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The Golden Goose Book, being the stories of The Golden Goose, The Three Bears, T
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Nursery Rhymes I. Songs and Ditties. (ca. 1916) [the first in a set of three vol
umes of the traditional rhymes, with Brooke's marvellous illustrations] HTML HTM
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Think of the Earth (1936) [Novel: winner in the year of its publication of the f
irst Governor General's Literary Award for Fiction ever awarded. An expatriate E
nglishman has a weekend of self-discovery in Manitoba: he falls in love, and rea
lizes that he must become less introspective than formerly.] HTML HTML zipped Te
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The Robber. A Tale of the Time of the Herods. (1949) [Historical novel, based on
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Broughton, Rhoda (1840-1920) [English novelist] Wikipedia Literary Heritage West
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Doctor Cupid. A Novel. (1886) [Novel. Social and romantic doings in Victorian En
gland. At the novel's beginning stands one of many versions of a famous four-lin
e poem from late mediaeval Germany Wikipedia de.wikipedia] HTML HTML zipped Text
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Browning, Robert (1812-1889) [English poet] Wikipedia Academy of American Poets
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Bruce, James, 8th Earl of Elgin and 12th Earl of Kincardine (1811-1863) [Governo
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Buchan, Anna Masterton [Douglas, O.] (1877-1948) [Scottish novelist] Wikipedia
Jane's Parlour (1937) Leaves & Pages Reading 1900-1950 Sheffield Hallam Universi
ty (Helen C) [Novel, set in Scotland, with a focus on the events of everyday lif
e not necessarily a bad thing, as the novels of Jane Austen demonstrate. Written
in a classic and elegant style, as befits the sister of John Buchan. But the se
nsational events found in her brother's action novels are quite foreign to the s
ympathetic world of Anna Buchan.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1
189]
Unforgettable, Unforgotten (1945) [A memoir of the author's family, especially h
er beloved brother John, the celebrated novelist and fifteenth Governor General
of Canada, whom Anna visited in Canada. Illustrated with five nicely chosen phot
ographs.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #850]
Buchan, John [first Baron Tweedsmuir of Elsfield] (1875-1940) [Scottish novelist
; Governor General of Canada 1935-1940] Wikipedia Queens University Archives
Sir Quixote of the Moors. Being Some Account of an Episode in the Life of the Si
eur de Rohaine. (1895) [Buchan's first novel (or rather, novella: it is quite sh
ort): the Sieur de Rohaine has fallen on hard times, and leaves his native Franc
e to live for a while in the Scottish Highlands. "We understand that this is the
first piece of fiction by a new writer. If so, it is a decidedly promising bit
of work, full of humour and vitality, and it deserves to be successful" (The Boo
kman, December 1895). Includes a frontispiece by New Jersey artist Walter Conant
Greenough (d. 1898)] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1049]
A Lost Lady of Old Years. A Romance. (1899) [Historical novel, described by Buch
an as an "auld Highland story", taking place during the tumultuous events of 174
5, when Bonnie Prince Charlie Wikipedia landed in Scotland and set in play the e
vents that led to the disastrous Battle of Culloden.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text
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A Book of Escapes and Hurried Journeys (1922 [original edition]; 1925 [this edit

ion]) [A series of essays on twelve famous escapes, ranging from the seventeenth
to the twentieth centuries, and from Central Asia to the New World. Our future
Governor General's abilities as a writer and as a historian are on full display.
The 1925 edition we used as the basis of our ebook was meant for school use, an
d includes a new set of illustrations, and an epilogue by an anonymous author co
ntaining questions for discussion.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC
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The Three Hostages (1924) [Thriller, the fourth in the Richard Hannay series Wik
ipedia] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #678] Wikipedia
Lord Minto. A Memoir. (1924) [Biography of Buchan's fellow Scotsman Gilbert John
Elliot (1845-1914), fourth Earl of Minto, Governor General of Canada from 1898
to 1904 Wikipedia Dictionary of Canadian Biography. It was through Lord Minto's
efforts that the National Archives of Canada came into being.] HTML HTML zipped
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The Dancing Floor (1926) Wikipedia [Buchan's third novel featuring Scottish barr
ister Sir Edward Leithen: intrigue in the glamorous setting of the Greek Islands
] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1012]
Witch Wood (1927) Wikipedia [Novel about mysterious events in seventeenth-centur
y rural Scotland. At the time the novel appeared, Samuel Merwin commented that "
His [Buchan's] knowledge and his sense of the past seem to me to find their best
outlet in this new book... He has taken an old border legend, of a gentle count
ry minister, supposed to have been spirited away by the fairies in the dark wood
of Melanudrigill, and has breathed an astonishing life into it." (Saturday Revi
ew, 13 August 1927)] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped UTF-8 text UTF-8 text zip
ped EPUB [PGC #1044]
The Runagates Club (1928) [Twelve stories told at the monthly meetings of a (fic
tional) London dining club, whose members included some famous figures from Buch
an's novels, such as Richard Hannay!] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PG
C #1101]
The Blanket of the Dark (1931) [Historical novel, set in England during the reig
n of Henry VIII, vividly depicting both high life and low in the society of that
time. Written in an easy and natural style, not something to taken for granted
in such novels.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #935]
Sir Walter Scott (1932) [A biography of the Scottish novelist and poet Sir Walte
r Scott (1771-1832) Wikipedia, published by Buchan on the hundredth anniversary
of the passing of his fellow Scotsman and fellow novelist. Includes as frontispi
ece a portrait of Scott by Sir Edwin Landseer (1802-1873) Wikipedia Wikimedia Co
mmons] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #960]
The Magic Walking-Stick (1932) [Novel for children. A young boy, Bill, buys a wa
lking stick from a roadside pedlar. He discovers that it's a magic stick that wi
ll take the owner to anywhere he wishes. Adventures ensue...] HTML HTML zipped T
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The King's Grace 1910-1935 (1935) [A profile of the life and times of George V W
ikipedia, published in celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of that monar
ch's accession to the throne. The few but well-chosen illustrations include phot
ographs by the W. & D. Downey studio Wikipedia, and E. O. Hopp (1878-1972) Wikipe
dia.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #878]
The House of the Four Winds (1935) Wikipedia [The third and final Dickson McCunn
novel: political intrigue and daring deeds in the central European country of E
vallonia, with some Scottish visitors playing a crucial role. Buchan's monarchis
t beliefs show through beliefs most appropriate in someone about to be become th
e Governor General of Canada!] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1047
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The Island of Sheep (1936) Wikipedia [Novel featuring Buchan's most famous chara
cter, Richard Hannay Wikipedia, who is no longer young but whose talents have by
no means deserted him, as we discover. The novel starts in London, but then mov
es to the Norland Isles in the arctic seas: one of these isles is the Island of
Sheep. Dark doings are afoot, a considerable challenge even for Richard Hannay.]
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Memory Hold-the-Door [U.S. title: Pilgrim's Way. An Essay in Recollection.] (194

0) Wikipedia [Memoir of those incidents and aspects of Buchan's life which he th


ought most significant. "This book is a journal of certain experiences," writes
Buchan, "not written in the experiencing moment, but rebuilt out of memory... It
is not a book of reminiscences in the ordinary sense, for my purpose has been t
o record only a few selected experiences." That said, the book covers the whole
span of Buchan's varied life. It was one of the favourite books of U.S. Presiden
t John F. Kennedy John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum. Includes illu
strations by B. C. Boulter (died 1960) Church of Saint Silas the Martyr, Kentish
Town, Sholto Johnstone Douglas (1871-1958), Charles Gere (1869-1957), Sir Willi
am Orpen (1878-1931), and photographs by Yousuf Karsh (1908-2002).] HTML HTML zi
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Sick Heart River (1941) [Buchan's last novel, published posthumously. American t
itle: Mountain Meadow. With an introduction by the novelist and biographer Howar
d Swiggett (1891-1957). Sir Edward Leithen Wikipedia, the hero of four earlier B
uchan novels, is no longer young. He receives some bad news, and in its aftermat
h heads to Canada, where he learns a great deal about our country and about hims
elf. "John Buchan could write the English language and his descriptions of Canad
a from the woods of Quebec to the desolation of the Arctic muskeg are beautiful
and exciting." (The American Mercury, April 1941)] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zi
pped EPUB [PGC #1052]
Buckley, Arabella Burton (1840-1929) [English science writer]
The Fairy-Land of Science (1878) [Science lectures for children: includes one an
onymous engraving, and many others supervised by English engraver James Davis Co
oper (1823-1904) Darwin Correspondence Project] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zippe
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Burdett, Osbert (1885-1936) [English literary critic and biographer]
W. E. Gladstone (1927) [A beautifully written biography of the Victorian statesm
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o fewer than four times, a record unequalled in British history.] HTML HTML zipp
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Burpee, Lawrence Johnstone (1873-1946) [Canadian historian and librarian] Wikipe
dia Pratt Library Archives de Montral
Recent Canadian Fiction (1899) [Overview of Canadian novels in English published
in the 1890s. Many of the authors discussed are represented in the Project Gute
nberg Canada collection.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped [PGC #485]
A Little Book of Canadian Essays (1909) [Essays on Canadian authors Isabella Val
ancy Crawford (1850-1887) Wikipedia Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Charles He
avysege (1816-1876) Wikipedia Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Archibald Lampma
n (1861-1899) Wikipedia Dictionary of Canadian Biography, George Thomas Lanigan
(1845-1886), Catharine Parr Traill (1802-1899) Wikipedia Dictionary of Canadian
Biography, John Hunter-Duvar (1821-1899) Dictionary of Canadian Biography, and G
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McCarroll, James (1814-1892) [Canadian journalist, inventor, and poet]
On the Old Athabaska Trail (1926) [A retracing of the famous Athabasca Pass fur
route Parks Canada. The nineteen illustrations include works by Canadian painter
Paul Kane (1810-1871) Wikipedia Dictionary of Canadian Biography and British mi
litary officer Sir Henry James Warre (1819-1898) University of Washington Oregon
History Project American Antiquarian Society]
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Busch, Heinrich Christian Wilhelm (1832-1908) [German caricaturist and poet / ca
ricaturiste et pote allemand] Wikipedia fr.wikipedia de.wikipedia Wilhelm Busch G
eburtshaus Wilhelm-Busch-Museum Leibniz Universitt Hannover
Zu guter Letzt (1904) [Poems in German: the last of Busch's works published duri
ng his lifetime / Pomes en allemand: le dernier livre de Busch publi de son vivant
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les T. Brooks (1813-1883) Wikipedia. The publisher's advertisements at the end o
f the book include illustrations by Sol Eytinge, Jr. (1833-1905) The Victorian W
eb The Vault at Pfaff's (Lehigh University) and Mary Hallock Foote (1847-1938) W
ikipedia Oregon Cultural Heritage Commission (Casey Bush).]
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Byrne, Donn [Brian Oswald Donn] (1889-1928) [American novelist] Wikipedia
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Blind Raftery and his Wife, Hilaria (1924) [A short and wonderful novel set in I
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Life of an American Workman (1950 edition with new postscript by Sparkes; origin
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es of Canada". Illustrations by Champlain himself, and by C. W. Jefferys (1869-1
951) Wikipedia Library and Archives Canada, Balthazar Moncornet (ca. 1600-1668),
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d second edition]; 1727 [original edition]) [The first full account in English o
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Black Rock: a Tale of the Selkirks (1898) [Novel] HTML and Text
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Suspense (1925) [Novel, left incomplete by Conrad, who gave instructions that no
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ook includes a frontispiece by the Scottish artist Muirhead Bone (1876-1953) Wik
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Cornford, F. M. [Francis Macdonald] (1874-1943) [English classical scholar] Wiki
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Microcosmographia Academica. Being a Guide for the Young Academic Politician. (1
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Courage, James Francis (1903-1963) [New Zealand novelist] Te Ara (Grant Harris)
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Craik, Dinah Maria Mulock (1826-1887) [English author] Wikipedia "Dinah Mulock C
raik" [1983 book by Sally Mitchell]
The Fairy Book. The Best Popular Fairy Stories Selected and Rendered Anew. (1863
[text], 1913 [illustrations]) Illustrated in colour by Warwick Goble (1862-1943
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A Christmas Child. A Sketch of a Boy-Life. (1880) [Children's novel by Mrs. Mole
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versity of Kent
Ghosts and Family Legends. A Volume for Christmas. (1859) ["It happened," writes
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rth of England, where we had a succession of visitors, and all manner of amuseme

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Cruikshank, Ernest Alexander (1854-1939) [Canadian historian] Library and Archiv
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The Administration of Lieut.-Governor Simcoe, Viewed in his Official Corresponde
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The Story of Butler's Rangers and the Settlement of Niagara (1893) [History of t
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The Life of Sir Henry Morgan. With an account of the English settlement of the i
sland of Jamaica (1655-1688). (1935) [A very interesting biography of the Welsh
privateer Wikipedia. The PG Canada catalogue includes The Privateer, a historica
l novel about Sir Henry, published in 1952 by Josephine Tey using the pen name G
ordon Daviot: in her Author's Note, Tey describes Cruikshank's work as the "defi
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Cullum, Ridgwell [Burghard, Sidney Groves] (1867-1943) [English novelist] Wikipe
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The Bull Moose (1931) [Adventure novel, set in the Yukon (where Cullum had lived
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The Man Who Mastered Time (1929) [Science fiction novel. Time travel can be help
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The Shadow Girl (1962 version) [The 1962 book version of Cummings' famous novel,
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Curwood, James Oliver (1878-1927) [American novelist] Wikipedia Shiawassee Regio
nal Chamber of Commerce
The Ancient Highway. A Novel of High Hearts and Open Woods. (1925) [Novel, with
four illustrations by Walt Louderback (1887-1941). The novel is set in the years
following the First World War, and describes the adventures of Clifton Brant, a
young war veteran, in the vast northern forests of Quebec. Curwood's brief pref
ace pays tribute to the memory of his friend Sir William Price (1867-1924) Dicti
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The Black Hunter. A Novel of Old Quebec. (1926) [Novel, illustrated by Arthur Er
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g in the wilderness of New France. Anne is sent to Quebec City to be introduced


into Quebec society; she convinces David to follow her. Intendant Bigot Wikipedi
a Dictionary of Canadian Biography and his cronies see Anne and decide to plot t
o have her fall into his clutches and to get rid of David. Matters proceed from
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The Plains of Abraham (1928) [Historical novel, set around 1750. A young boy's p
arents are killed in a Mohawk raid. He and a girl in a similar plight are adopte
d by the Senecas. They have many adventures, and he ends up as a participant in
the famous battle. This ebook includes the endpapers, illustrated by an anonymou
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D'Annunzio, Gabriele (1863-1938) [Italian playwright and novelist/ Dramaturge et


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La citt morta. Tragedia. (1898) [Play in Italian / Pice de thtre en italien] HTML HT
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Laurier: A Study in Canadian Politics (1922) [History and political analysis] HT
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res delivered by Dafoe in 1934 at Columbia University and published in the follo
wing year with some additional material. Dafoe "thought the time and occasion op
portune to discuss... the common foundation of early North American feeling and
belief upon which the structures of government in both countries rest." As these
lectures show, Dafoe combined the writing and speaking skills of a fine profess
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The Beauty of the Purple. A Romance of Imperial Constantinople Twelve Centuries
Ago. (1924) [Historical novel about the astounding career of the eighth-century
Byzantine emperor Leo the Isaurian Wikipedia. "This romance attempts to show for
th," our novelist remarks, "something of the brilliancy, magnificence and teemin
g life of Christian Constantinople in an age when London and Paris were little b
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Mr. Bumps and his Monkey (1942) [Novella for children] HTML HTML zipped Text Tex
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The Jalna novels, in the order of the events they describe. We offer the followi
ng titles from the sixteen novels in the series:
Mary Wakefield (1949) [The third Jalna novel, taking place in the 1890s, years b
efore the events described in Jalna and Whiteoaks. The recently widowed Philip W
hiteoak has two young children, and needs a governess: the young and beautiful M
ary Wakefield, freshly arrived from England. Her arrival naturally causes great
commotion at Jalna. "Sometimes we have thought we had been given a little too mu
ch of Jalna... this volume convinces us that we really needed more of the chroni
cle. Taken as a whole, the work begins to stand up as one of the best achievemen
ts of Canadian literature". (Allan Nevins, Saturday Review, 29 January 1949). Th
e novel is dedicated to the celebrated Canadian sculptor Walter Allward (1876-19
55) Wikipedia, creator of the Canadian National Vimy Memorial in France.] HTML H
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Young Renny (1935) [The fourth Jalna novel. Renny and Meg Whiteoak are now in th
eir twenties, a complicated time of life for anyone, but particularly for Whiteo
aks. Family members of various ages, from the formidable Adeline down, participa
te fully in the turbulent but generally happy life of Jalna.] HTML HTML zipped T
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Jalna (1927) Wikipedia [The novel which launched the Jalna series. We are introd
uced to the Whiteoak family, and their estate, Jalna, located on the shore of La
ke Ontario.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1028]
Whiteoaks (1929) [Novel: the sequel to Jalna, and featuring the same brilliant s
et of characters. "The chapters which describe the last days of old Gran, and wh
ich hold us in suspense to learn upon which member of the great Jalna clan she h
as bestowed her hoarded fortune, would alone make the book a welcome acquisition

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Finch's Fortune (1931) [Novel. Finch Whiteoak, grandson of Adeline Whiteoak, tur
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The Master of Jalna (1933) [Novel. Finch has returned from England and rejoined
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gs are quiet and settled after all, we're talking about the Whiteoaks! "In this
latest instalment, the family vicissitudes are dominated by red-haired Rennie th
e strongest-willed of all since the passing of old Gran... he presides at the ma
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Growth of a Man (1938) [Novel, which follows Shaw Manifold from his boyhood in S
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lan Wikipedia, de la Roche's cousin, and a central figure in the history of Brit
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De Mille, James (1833-1880) [Canadian classical scholar and novelist] Wikipedia
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Countess Glika and Other Stories (1919) [A collection of five short(ish) stories
, all in a setting of intrigue, revolution, or war, all ending in romance. For e
xample, the second story (The Red Shirt) is set in the mid-1800's, during the It
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DeGuise, Charles (1827-1884) [Romancier canadien]
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Delafield, E. M. [Dashwood, Edme Elizabeth Monica, ne de la Pasture] (1890-1943) [
English novelist and essayist] Wikipedia
To See Ourselves. A Domestic Comedy in Three Acts. (1930 [first performance]; 19
31 [first publication]) [Comedy. Freddie and Catherine Allerton live in what mig
ht appear to be perfect happiness in their country house in South Devon. But the
ir reality is a little more nuanced than at first appears!] HTML HTML zipped Tex
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Gay Life (1933) [Novel. Hilary and Angie Moon, now married for two years and som
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General Impressions (1933) [Light-hearted anecdotes drawn from our author's dail
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Late and Soon (1943) [Delafield's final novel. Valentine Arbell, widowed for twe
lve years, is the mistress of a gigantic, dilapidated, and mostly empty English
country house. But her life is not as fully settled as she might think...] HTML
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Dent, John Charles (1841-1888) [Canadian biographer, historian, and short story
writer] Wikipedia Dictionary of Canadian Biography Canadian Encyclopedia
Canadian Notabilities, Volume 1 (1880) [Biography] Text
The Canadian Portrait Gallery [A four-volume set of biographies, many of them il
lustrated using photographs by William Notman (1826-1891) Wikipedia Dictionary o
f Canadian Biography McCord Museum and W. J. Topley (1845-1930) Dictionary of Ca
nadian Biography Wikipedia]
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Denton, Vernon Llewllyn (1881-1944) [Canadian teacher and historian] University
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Simon Fraser (1928) [An introduction to the life and achievements of the explore
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c Weichel) Library and Archives Canada.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB
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nadien] fr.wikipedia Dictionnaire biographique du Canada
Historique de l'glise Notre-Dame des Victoires, basse-ville de Qubec: deuxime cente
naire, 1688-1888 (1923) [Monographie sur l'glise Notre-Dame-des-Victoires fr.wiki
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wedish) runeberg.org (in Swedish)
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d by Hans Lien Brkstad (1845-1915); illustrated by Theodor Severin Kittelsen, (18
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Douglas, Amanda Minnie (1831-1916) [American novelist and poet] New Jersey Histo
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Du Bois, Louis [Louis-Franois] (1773-1855) [crivain et polymathe franais]
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La Veille de Nol: pice du terroir en deux actes et un tableau (1926) [Pice de thtre] H
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h the action takes place at an English country inn. Dukes' most famous play.]
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The Scene is Changed (1942) [Dukes' account of his brilliant theatrical career i
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naries he knew. Includes a photograph of the author by Howard Coster (1885-1959)
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Duncan, Isadora (1877-1927) [American dancer] Wikipedia
My Life (1927) [The autobiography of the celebrated dancer, written shortly befo
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f the 1968 film Isadora Wikipedia. Includes a preface by her publisher, Horace L
iveright (1886?-1933) Wikipedia, and photographs, some of them iconic, by the Mu
nich studio Atelier Elvira Wikipedia, founded by Anita Augspurg (1857-1943) Wiki
pedia and Sophia Goudstikker (1865-1924) de.wikipedia, the Parisian photographer
Paul Berger, Arnold Genthe (1869-1942) Wikipedia, Otto Wegener (1849-1922) Pr Ri
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Duncan, Norman McLean (1871-1916) [Canadian journalist and novelist] Wikipedia D
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nnesota: illustrated by George Matthews Harding (1882-1959) U.S. Army Center of
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Germany] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped
Dunham, Bertha Mabel (1881-1957) [Canadian librarian and novelist] Libraries Tod
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The Trail of the Conestoga (1925) [Novel about the early history of Waterloo, On
tario Wikipedia: with a preface by William Lyon Mackenzie King (1874-1950), tent
h Prime Minister of Canada Wikipedia Dictionary of Canadian Biography] HTML HTML
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(1880) [Glossaire] HTML et Texte
Lord Dunsany [Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett, eighteenth Baron Dunsany] (1878
-1957) [Irish author and playwright] Wikipedia
A Night at an Inn. A Play in One Act. (1916) [Play] HTML HTML zipped Text Text z
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Lord of Erl sends his son to Elfland to seek a bride: much ensues.] HTML HTML zi
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Seven Modern Comedies (1928) [Seven short plays with small casts: Atalanta in Wi
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other, The Hopeless Passion of Mr. Bunyon, and The Jest of Hahalaba] HTML HTML z
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Guerrilla (1944) [Novel] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped
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ranslator] Wikipedia
Half Magic (1954) [Does magic really exist? Four children are wondering this, wh
en suddenly... Well, we're not going to give the story away, but we will say tha
t this is a genuine children's classic! "This story belongs to the E. Nesbit sch
ool of fantasy, in which magic pursues its inevitable course... a book whose tot
al contribution is one of fun and relaxation." (Elizabeth Nesbitt, Saturday Revi
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Knight's Castle (1956) [Novel, second in the series initiated by Half Magic. Fou
r children discover a magic item, an enchanted toy soldier. But an act of magic
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Magic or Not? (1959) [Novel, fifth in the series initiated by Half Magic. This t
ime, there are four children to whom odd things are happening, but... they're no
t sure if it's actual magic making things happen, or if things just work out in
the best possible way!] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1259]
Seven-Day Magic (1962) [The seventh and final novel in the series initiated by H
alf Magic. Several children are in the local public library, and one of the girl
s finds a small red book, well used. The librarian tells them they can keep the
book for only seven days. The book grants wishes, but only for the seven days th
ey're allowed to have it. Adventures ensue...] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped
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Eddington, Arthur Stanley (1882-1944) [English astronomer and physicist] Wikiped
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The Nature of the Physical World (1928) [Eddington's celebrated explanation of t
he discoveries of Einstein Wikipedia and Rutherford Wikipedia, intended for a ge
neral audience. The book is based on Eddington's Gifford Lectures Wikipedia deli
vered in Edinburgh in 1927, and exhibits the attractive conversational style of
the original lectures.] HTML HTML zipped UTF-8 text UTF-8 text zipped EPUB [PGC
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Edgeworth, Maria (1767-1849) [Irish novelist] Wikipedia NNDB
The Modern Griselda. A Tale. (1804) [Novel. Unlike the traditional folk characte
r Griselda Wikipedia, the new Griselda is impatient and arrogant.] HTML HTML zip
ped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #638] Review, from 1804, of the first edition!
Orlandino (1848) [Novel for children, illustrating various virtues and the socia
l problems they prevent: these problems include drunkenness and high personal de
bt, which were apparently as prevalent in 1848 as they are today. With a preface
and epilogue by the Scottish publisher William Chambers (1800-1883) Wikipedia]
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Einstein, Albert (1879-1955) [German physicist; Nobel Prize in Physics, 1921 / p
hysicien allemand; prix Nobel de physique, 1921] Wikipedia fr.wikipedia
Gemeinschaft und Persnlichkeit (1934) [Essay in German on the relationship betwee
n individuals and society / Essai en allemand sur les liens entre l'individu et
son milieu] HTML HTML zip Text / Texte Text / Texte zip EPUB (experimental) [PGC
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ctorian Web
Silas Marner: The Weaver of Raveloe (1861) [Novel, set in the early 19th century
: largely about the effect of money on human behaviour. Our edition includes the
illustrations published in 1907 by Hugh Thomson (1860-1920) Ulster History Circ
le] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped Wikipedia [PGC #491]
Espanca, Florbela (1894-1930) [Portuguese poet / Potesse portugaise] Wikipedia
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Vidas Lusfonas
Sonetos Completos (1934) [Poems in Portuguese; Italian translations by Guido Bat
telli (1869-1955); frontispiece sculpture by Diogo de Macedo (1889-1959) / Pomes

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Euripides (ca. 480-406 B.C.) [Athenian playwright] Wikipedia
Translations by Murray, Gilbert [George Gilbert Aim] (1866-1957) [English classic
al scholar] Wikipedia Australian Dictionary of Biography Biographisch-Bibliograp
hisches Kirchenlexikon (BBKL) [in German]
Rhesus (ca. 450 B.C.? [Greek original], 1913 [this translation]) [Tragedy, based
on the tenth book of Homer's Iliad. The siege of Troy has been underway for som
e years when Rhesus, King of Thrace, arrives to help the Trojans.] HTML HTML zip
ped Text Text zipped [PGC #719] Wikipedia Murray's edition of the original Greek
text (Perseus Digital Library)
Medea (431 B.C. [Greek original], 1906 [this translation]) [Tragedy. The marriag
e of Jason Wikipedia the Argonaut Wikipedia and his foreign wife Medea Wikipedia
ends badly. Very badly.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped [PGC #736] Wikipedia
ancient-literature.com David Kovacs' edition of the original Greek text (Perseu
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The Trojan Women (415 B.C. [Greek original], 1905 [this translation]) [Tragedy,
centred on the fate of the women of Troy after the destruction of their city. Of
ten thought to be a protest by Euripides against the Peloponnesian War Wikipedia
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Ion (ca. 413 B.C. [Greek original], 1954 [this translation]) [Technically a trag
edy, but in fact a drama with a pleasantly optimistic tone. We meet Ion at the t
emple of Apollo at Delphi, where he has lived from his earliest years. As the pl
ay begins, he is unaware of who his parents are...] HTML HTML zipped Text Text z
ipped [PGC #722] Wikipedia ancient-literature.com Murray's edition of the origin
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Bacchae (405 B.C. [Greek original], 1906 [this translation]) [Euripides' most fa
mous tragedy, originally presented the year following his death. Pentheus, King
of Thebes, does not recognize the limits of his power, nor the limits of pure ra
tionality. For this mistake he pays a heavy price.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text z
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Ewald, Carl (1856-1908) [Danish author] dk.wikipedia (in Danish)
My Little Boy (1899 [Danish original (Min lille Dreng)]; 1906 [this translation]
; 1935 [Alexander Woollcott's afterword]) [The author's charming, sincere, and i
nteresting observations of the daily events of his son's earliest years. The son
, Jesper Ewald (1893-1969) Wikipedia, would himself become a celebrated author.

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The Improper Duchess. A modern comedy in three acts. (1931) [A comedy, set in Wa
shington, D.C.! The first act takes place in the Poldavian embassy. Written with
an agreeably light touch, the play was made into a film in 1936 Wikipedia.] HTM
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Falconer, Sir Robert Alexander (1867-1943) [Canadian New Testament philologist a
nd historian; President of the University of Toronto 1907-32] Wikipedia Marianop
olis College (biography by Damien-Claude Blanger) Canadian Encyclopedia
The Quality of Canadian Life (1917) [Lecture: published in The Federation of Can
ada 1867-1917. Four Lectures delivered in the University of Toronto in March, 19
17, to Commemorate the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Federation (1917), along with
lectures by George M. Wrong (1860-1948), Sir John Willison (1856-1927), and Z.
A. Lash (1846-1920)]
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phique du Canada
Catalogue d'Ouvrages sur l'Histoire de l'Amrique, et en particulier sur celle du
Canada, de la Louisiane, de l'Acadie, et autres lieux, ci-devant connus sons le
nom de Nouvelle-France; avec des Notes Bibliographiques, Critiques, et Littraires
(1837) HTML et Texte
Farnol, [John] Jeffery (1878-1952) [English novelist] Wikipedia knol (Pat Bryan)
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The Money Moon, A Romance (1911) [Romantic novel, set in England before the Firs
t World War] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped [PGC ebook #483] Previously avail
able: Text (PG US)
The Loring Mystery (1924) [Mystery novel set in the mid-1800s: involves an amnes
iac, a detective, a murder, and a romance] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped Tim
e, 16 October 1925 (third book reviewed)
The Quest of Youth (1927) [A romance intertwined with a murder mystery. Set in L
ondon at about the same time as The Loring Mystery, it features Mr. Shrig, the d
etective from the earlier novel] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped Time, 14 Nove
mber 1927
Another Day (1929) [Novel. A boy meets an English girl, and falls in love with h
er. So far, so good. But... back in the U.S. he may be guilty of a murder he is
a fugitive! Will love and justice triumph?] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EP
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Over the Hills. A Romance of the Fifteen. (1930) [Historical novel set in Scotla
nd during the 1715 uprising Wikipedia against the newly arrived Hanoverian king,
George I, the successor to the last Stuart monarch, Queen Anne.] HTML HTML zipp
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The Way Beyond (1933) [Novel. Boy meets girl, boy and girl fall in love, and thi

ngs really start happening, including a murder. At this point, Detective Shrig a
ppears on the scene...] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped [PGC #781]
Winds of Fortune (1934) [Historical novel, set in Spanish America during the col
onial era. Pirates are mentioned; Incas play a role. All of this is narrated by
Ursula Revell, 23 years of age, and a participant in the various adventures she
recounts.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #906]
Adam Penfeather, Buccaneer: his Early Exploits (1940) [Historical novel, "Being
a curious and intimate relation of his (Adam Penfeather's) tribulations, joys an
d triumphs taken from notes of his Journal and pages from his Ship's Log, and he
re put into complete narrative"] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped The Lost Club
Journal (Colin Langeveld)
Heritage Perilous (1946) [Historical novel, set in the Napoleonic era. Sam Felto
n, a plain-spoken sailor, discovers that he has succeeded to the title (and fort
une) of Earl of Wrybourne. Then things get complicated...] HTML HTML zipped Text
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My Lord of Wrybourne (1948) [Historical novel: the sequel to Farnol's 1946 novel
Heritage Perilous. The new Earl of Wrybourne is living in peace with his beauti
ful wife and their recently born son. Who could wish him ill? His old enemy Sir
Robert Chalmers, perhaps, but he has vanished from the scene. Or has he?] HTML H
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Farquhar, George (1676/7-1707) [Irish playwright] Wikipedia NNDB Dictionary of U
lster Biography Ulster History Circle
The Constant Couple, or, A Trip to the Jubilee (1700) [Comedy. Our edition inclu
des some introductory remarks by the playwright and novelist Elizabeth Inchbald
(1753-1821) Wikipedia] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped New York Times (review
by Anne Midgette of the 2007 New York production) [PG Canada ebook #531]
Faucher de Saint-Maurice, Narcisse-Henri-douard (1844-1897) [Journaliste canadien
] Dictionnaire biographique du Canada
Les les. Promenades dans le golfe Saint-Laurent: une partie de la Cte Nord, l'le au
x Oeufs, l'Anticosti, l'le Saint-Paul, l'archipel de la Madeleine (1887) [Rcit de
voyage] HTML et Texte
Faulkner, William (1897-1962) [American novelist; Nobel Prize in Literature, 194
9] Wikipedia Nobelprize.org
Mississippi (October 1954) [Faulkner on his native state. Not an essay, but an o
riginal creative work, as you will see.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB
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s cooking. It has vastly amused and entertained him; he enjoys it enormously and
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onal friend of the poet. "Here... is the metaphysical lyric as no one but Robert
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rles Gailly de Taurines
La Nation canadienne. tude historique sur les populations franaises du nord de l'A
mrique. (1894) [Le premier ouvrage historique du grand historien franais. Son livr
e rappelle assez souvent les oeuvres de Tocqueville fr.wikipedia.] HTML HTML zip
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Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn (1810-1865) [English novelist and biographer] Wikipe


dia The Gaskell Web The Gaskell Society
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Odd Showers: or, An Explanation of the Rain of Insects, Fishes, and Lizards; Soo
t, Sand, and Ashes; Red Rain and Snow; Meteoric Stones; and other Bodies (1870)
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s A Curious Mishap (Un curioso accidente, 1760), The Beneficent Bear (Le bourru
bienfaisant, 1771), The Fan (Il ventaglio, 1765), and The Spendthrift Miser (L'a
vare fastueux, 1776). These were based on earlier translations, three of them by
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The Readjustment (1910) [Novel] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped
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Count Magnus (1904) [Strange things can happen in Sweden.] HTML HTML zipped Text
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The Great Gold Rush. A Tale of the Klondike. (1913) [A novel with a difference.
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Don Quixote in Finance, or Has Canada a Medici? A Tale of Treasons, Stratagems a
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a's financial elite, and the undue power Jarvis believed they held over the gove
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My Life and Times (1925) [The memoirs of the celebrated author of Three Men in a
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Johnson, Clifton (1865-1940) [American author and photographer] Jones Library, A
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Book of Cats and Dogs, and Other Friends, for Little Folks [Natural History Seri
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Ker, William Paton (1855-1923) [Scottish literary critic and philologist] Wikipe
dia University of Glasgow
Medieval English Literature (1912) [A great classic. In the words of Ker's
ague R. W. Chambers (1874-1942) Wikipedia, "there is hardly a paragraph in
ich demands any serious addition or alteration. It is a classic of English
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King, Basil [William Benjamin Basil] (1859-1928) [Canadian priest and novelist]
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The Giant's Strength (1907) [Novel: the interplay of money, love, and morality a
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Abraham's Bosom (1918) [Novel. Our hero, Berkeley Noone, embarks on a voyage of
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Buckskin Brigade (1947) [Novelized accounts of various episodes of North America
n history, with a focus on the history of the United States, but with considerab
le coverage of New France as well. Like most of Kjelgaard's books, directed towa
rds teenage readers; beautifully illustrated by Ralph Ray, Jr. (1920-1952) North
Carolina History Project (Donald Beagle) Gaston Gazette (Bernie Petit).] HTML H
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Kalak of the Ice (1949) [Novel for teenagers, about Kalak the polar bear and her
cub. Humans come into the picture as the plot proceeds.] HTML HTML zipped Text
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Chip, the Dam Builder (1950) [Novel about the life of Chip the beaver and other
animals. Human beings appear in supporting roles. Like most of Kjelgaard's books
, directed towards teenage readers; beautifully illustrated by Ralph Ray, Jr. (1
920-1952) North Carolina History Project (Donald Beagle) Gaston Gazette (Bernie
Petit).] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #930]
The Explorations of Pre Marquette (1951) [A biography for teenagers of the Jesuit
missionary and explorer Jacques Marquette (1637-1675) Wikipedia Dictionary of C
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Fire-Hunter (1951) [Novel for teenagers, set in the prehistoric era. Lavishly il
lustrated by Ralph Ray, Jr. (1920-1952) North Carolina History Project (Donald B
eagle) Gaston Gazette (Bernie Petit).] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [P
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The Coming of the Mormons (1953) [A history of the migration of the Mormons Wiki
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ovelistic style, and, like most of Kjelgaard's books, written with teenagers in
mind. Includes an index.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #806]
Outlaw Red, Son of Big Red (1953) [A sequel to Kjelgaard's 1945 novel Big Red. O
utlaw Red, a rather special dog, is a son of that famous Irish Setter.] HTML HTM
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The Spell of the White Sturgeon (1953) [Novel for teenagers, taking place in the
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Cracker Barrel Trouble Shooter (1954) [Novel for teenagers. Bill Rawls is a coll
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Trading Jeff and his Dog (1956) [Novel for teenagers. A dog of mixed breeds, all
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Desert Dog (1956) [Novel for teenagers. Tawny the greyhound makes an unexpected
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Double Challenge (1957) [Novel for teenagers, taking place in a wilderness parad
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Wolf Brother (1957) [Novel for teenagers, set in Arizona in 1884. Jonathan, an A
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The Black Fawn (1958) [Novel for teenagers. The young Bud Sloan, who has been li
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The Land is Bright (1958) [Novel. Judge Colin Campbell retires from the bench, o
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The Story of Geronimo (1958) [A biography for teenagers of the Apache leader Ger
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Stormy (1959) [Novel for teenagers. On a cold November day, Allan Marley sees a
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Knister, Raymond (1899-1932) [Canadian novelist and poet] Wikipedia Pratt Librar
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White Narcissus (1929) [Richard Milne returns to the farming area in Southwester
n Ontario where he had grown up, seeking his childhood friend Ada Lethen...] HTM
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Nazi and Nazarene (1940) [Pamphlet] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped
Kornbluth, Cyril M. (1924-1958) [American writer of science fiction] Wikipedia F
rederik Pohl blog entry (20 April 2009)
The Little Black Bag (1950) [Science fiction story] HTML HTML zipped Text Text z
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MS. Found in a Chinese Fortune Cookie (1957) [Science fiction story. Before emai
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Music Ho! A study of music in decline. (1934) [Survey of music in the early twen
tieth century]
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Voyage sentimental sur la rue Saint-Jean (1879) [Historiettes de la Vieille Capi
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Lash, Zebulon Aiton (1846-1920) [Canadian jurist] Dictionary of Canadian Biograp
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The Working of Federal Institutions in Canada (1917) [Lecture: published in The
Federation of Canada 1867-1917. Four Lectures delivered in the University of Tor
onto in March, 1917, to Commemorate the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Federation (
1917), along with lectures by George M. Wrong (1860-1948), Sir John Willison (18
56-1927), and R. A. Falconer (1867-1943)]
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Laut, Agnes Christina (1871-1936) [Canadian historian, novelist, and journalist]
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The 'Adventurers of England' on Hudson Bay: A Chronicle of the Fur Trade in the
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Archives: vol. 17 of "The Chronicles of Canada". With a photograph by Reginald
Walter Brock (1874-1935) University of Hong Kong UBC Archives Library and Archiv
es Canada, and illustrations by John Closterman (1660-1711) Wikipedia National P
ortrait Gallery (UK), John Collier (1850-1934) Wikipedia Tate Collection, Peter
Lely (1618-1680) Wikipedia National Portrait Gallery (UK), and John Riley (16461691) National Portrait Gallery (UK)]
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of Antoine de Lamothe Cadillac (1658-1730) Wikipedia, the founder of Detroit and
governor of Louisiana. Laut takes a very positive view of this controversial fi
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The Boy in the Bush (1924) [Novel: with M. L. Skinner (1876-1955)] HTML (with il
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) by Italian novelist Giovanni Verga (1840-1922) Wikipedia Liber Liber (in Itali
an)] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped HTML ['Novelle Rusticane' Italian] (Liber
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Lawrence, Gertrude (1896-1952) [Star of the West End and of Broadway] Wikipedia
A Star Danced (1945) [Autobiography] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped
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McWhinney's Jaunt (1951) [Children's novel, lavishly illustrated by the author]
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Le Fanu, Joseph Thomas Sheridan (1814-1873) [Irish novelist and writer of tales]
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The Tenants of Malory. A Novel. (Volume 1 of 3) (1867) [Mystery novel]
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Madam Crowl's Ghost and Other Tales of Mystery (1923) [Mystery tales, selected a
nd edited by M. R. James (1862-1936) Wikipedia] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zippe
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Le May, Pamphile (1837-1918) [Bibliothcaire et crivain canadien] Dictionnaire biog
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Essais potiques (1865) [Pomes] HTML HTML zip Texte Texte zip
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Contes vrais (1899; deuxime dition [1907], revue et augmente) [Contes, illustrs par
Raoul Barr (1874-1932) fr.wikipedia BD Qubec, Albert-Samuel Brodeur (1862-1904) BD
Qubec, Georges Delfosse (1869-1939) fr.wikipedia, Charles Huot (1855-1930) fr.wi
kipedia Dictionnaire biographique du Canada, Henri Julien (1852-1908) fr.wikiped
ia Dictionnaire biographique du Canada BD Qubec Muse McCord, Joseph Labelle (1857-

1939), Jean-Baptiste Lagac (1868-1946) Ville de Montral, Ulric Lamarche (1867-1921


), Georges Latour (1877-1946), Ozias Leduc (1864-1955) fr.wikipedia Fdration des s
ocits d'histoire du Qubec Compass (en anglais), Edmond-Joseph Massicotte (1875-1929
) Dictionnaire biographique du Canada, et Jobson Paradis (1871-1926)]
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ikipedia Dictionnaire biographique du Canada; prface et notes historiques par Ben
jamin Sulte (1841-1923)] fr.wikipedia Dictionnaire biographique du Canada]
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Le Moine [Lemoine], Sir James MacPherson (1825-1912) [crivain et avocat canadien]
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Les rues de Qubec (1875) [Monographie sur l'histoire des rues de Qubec] HTML HTML
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Leacock, Stephen Butler (1869-1944) [Canadian economist and humorist] Wikipedia
National Library of Canada Canadian Encyclopedia Stephen Leacock: A Reappraisal
(David Staines, 1986) University of Ottawa Press
Baldwin, Lafontaine, Hincks: Responsible Government (1907) [A history of the two
governments of the United Province of Canada Wikipedia formed by Robert Baldwin
(1804-1858) Wikipedia Dictionary of Canadian Biography and Louis-Philippe La Fo
ntaine (1807-1864) Wikipedia Dictionary of Canadian Biography which, with the su
pport of Sir Francis Hincks (1807-1885) Wikipedia Dictionary of Canadian Biograp
hy encouraged the evolution of Canada from a military colony to a representative
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ion of short stories about the fictional small Ontario town of Mariposa Wikipedi
a. The colour frontispiece is by Cyrus Cuneo (1879-1916) Cuneo Society.] HTML HT
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The Dawn of Canadian History: A Chronicle of Aboriginal Canada and the coming of
the White Man (1914) [History: vol. 1 of "The Chronicles of Canada". Illustrati
ons by C. W. Jefferys (1869-1951) Wikipedia Library and Archives Canada, Edmund
Montague Morris (1871-1913) Dictionary of Canadian Biography theCanadaSite.com;
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nchester Sculptor
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The Mariner of St Malo: A Chronicle of the Voyages of Jacques Cartier (1914) [Hi
story: vol. 2 of "The Chronicles of Canada". Illustrations by Thophile Hamel (181
7-1870) Wikipedia Dictionary of Canadian Biography, C. W. Jefferys (1869-1951) W

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Short Circuits (1928) [Humour] HTML Text Text zipped
The Pursuit of Knowledge: A Discussion of Freedom and Compulsion in Education (1
934) [Essay] HTML Text Text zipped
My Discovery of the West. A Discussion of East and West in Canada. (1937) [Leaco
ck's entertaining and instructive account of an extended lecture tour he made in
Western Canada. Winner of the 1937 Governor General's Award for English-languag
e non-fiction.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #808]
Model Memoirs and Other Sketches from Simple to Serious (1938) [Memoirs, essays,
and radio monologues] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped
Too Much College, or, Education Eating Up Life. With Kindred Essays in Education
and Humour. (1939) [A collection of essays on the proper use (and duration) of
formal education] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #601]
My Remarkable Uncle and other Sketches (1942) [Humour] HTML Text Text zipped
Montreal, Seaport and City (1942) [A history of Montreal, with a number of mostl
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Andrews (1816-98) Charleston Renaissance Gallery Wikimedia Commons AskART] HTML
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Our Heritage of Liberty: Its Origin, Its Achievement, Its Crisis. A Book for War
Time. (1942) [A short collection of articles and essays on various aspects of e
conomics and history] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #633]
The Boy I Left Behind Me (1946) [Leacock's own account of his youth in England a
nd Canada, published posthumously: the first part of the autobiography which he
did not live to complete] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #632]
We also offer an attractive short biography of Leacock by Canadian journalist Pe
ter Gilchrist McArthur (1866-1924) Dictionary of Canadian Biography, which inclu
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tion of Leacock stories, starting with My Financial Career] HTML HTML zipped Tex
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Leblanc, Maurice (1864-1941) [Romancier franais] fr.wikipedia
L'Agence Barnett et Cie (1928) fr.wikipedia [Huit nouvelles. Qu'tait-ce que ce cu
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Lee, Vernon [Paget, Violet] (1856-1935) [English novelist, essayist, and poet] W
ikipedia infinity plus (article by Brian Stableford) John Singer Sargent Virtual
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Belcaro: Being Essays on Sundry sthetical Questions (1881) [A miscellany of essay

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The Countess of Albany (1910 edition; originally published in 1884) [Biography o
f the Countess of Albany (1752-1824) Wikipedia, born Princess Louise of Stolberg
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pedia. The 1910 edition includes three unattributed paintings from the era of th
e Countess.]
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Vanitas. Polite Stories. (1892) [Three stories, describing "three frivolous wome
n" and the different courses of their lives] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped E
PUB [PGC #649]
Renaissance Fancies and Studies: Being a Sequel to Euphorion (1895) [Essays on t
he Italian Renaissance] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped [PGC #433]
Hortus Vitae. Essays on the gardening of life. (1904) [Essays] HTML HTML zipped
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Laurus Nobilis. Chapters on Art and Life. (1909) [Essays] HTML HTML zipped Text
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The Handling of Words, and Other Studies in Literary Psychology (1923) [Essays o
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Legendre, Napolon (1841-1907) [Journaliste canadien] fr.wikipedia Dictionnaire bi
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Albani (Emma Lajeunesse) (1874) [Biographie de la cantatrice Emma Albani (1847-1
930) fr.wikipedia Dictionnaire biographique du Canada Bibliothque et Archives Can
ada La Scena Musicale (article par Gilles Potvin)] Le Gramophone virtuel (*enreg
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tion fr.wikipedia en 1843.] HTML HTML zip Texte Texte zip EPUB [PGC no 594]
Leprohon, Rosanna Eleonora (1829-1879) [Romancire et pote canadienne; Canadian poe
t and novelist] Dictionnaire biographique du Canada Dictionary of Canadian Biogr
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Antoinette de Mirecourt, ou Mariage secret et chagrins cachs (1864) [Roman: tradu
it de l'anglais (1865) par J. A. Genand] HTML HTML zip Texte Texte zip
Armand Durand, ou la promesse accomplie (1868) [Roman: traduit de l'anglais (186
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Leroux, Gaston (1868-1927) [Romancier franais] fr.wikipedia
Le Fantme de l'Opra (1910 [roman]; 1926 [photographies tires du film avec Lon Chane
y]) [Le Palais Garnier fr.wikipedia cache un tre mysterieux...] HTML HTML zip Tex
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Livre audio: litterature audio.com
The 1925 Lon Chaney silent film The Phantom of the Opera Wikipedia remains famou
s to this day. The Internet Archive offers both the 1925 and 1929 versions of th
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Lescarbot, Marc (vers 1570-1642) [Avocat et voyageur franais] fr.wikipedia Dictio


nnaire biographique du Canada Encyclopdie canadienne
Adieu la France. Sur l'embarquement du sieur de Poutrincourt et de son quipage fa
isant voile en la terre de Canadas dicte la France Occidentalle (1606) [Pome] HTM
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Lewis, C. S. [Clive Staples] (1898-1963) [Irish critic, novelist, poet, and theo
logian] Wikipedia
The science fiction trilogy:
Out of the Silent Planet (1938) Wikipedia Lewisiana (notes by Arend Smilde) [Lew
is's first science fiction novel: an ageless classic. Elwin Ransom, a Cambridge
academic, is on a walking holiday in rural England, when he is abducted, to the
planet of Malacandra (Mars), where he and his kidnappers encounter intelligent b
eings, of more than one species. Interesting events ensue, for good and for ill.
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Perelandra (1943) Wikipedia Lewisiana (notes by Arend Smilde) [The second of Lew
is's three science fiction novels: the alternative title Voyage to Venus is foun
d in some editions. Dr. Elwin Ransom is called upon to make a second interplanet
ary voyage, this time to Venus, which turns out to be something close to paradis
e. But he has been summoned there for a reason...] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zi
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That Hideous Strength. A modern fairy-tale for grown-ups. (1945) Wikipedia Lewis
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fiction trilogy. The story which began on Mars and was continued on Venus comes
to its conclusion on Earth.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1224]
The seven children's novels Wikipedia about the land of Narnia, in the order of
the events they describe:
The Magician's Nephew (1955) Wikipedia [Novel for children. "It is a very import
ant story," Professor Lewis comments, "because it shows how all the comings and
goings between our own world and the land of Narnia first began." Two children,
Polly and Digory, are spending their summer in London. But a chance encounter wi
th Digory's Uncle Andrew takes them far from that city...] HTML HTML zipped Text
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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. A Story for Children. (1950) Wikipedia [No
vel for children. The four Pevensie children are living in a large house in the
country, a house with many rooms, which are filled with many things. But one of
the rooms is absolutely empty, except for a single piece of furniture: a large w
ardrobe. It is a wardrobe, the children discover, which has magical properties.
(Our ebook is based on Macmillan's New York edition, and therefore includes cert
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se changes are described in the Wikipedia article on the book.)] HTML HTML zippe
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The Horse and his Boy (1954) Wikipedia [Novel for children. "This is the story,"
explains Professor Lewis, "of an adventure that happened in Narnia and Calormen
and the lands between, in the Golden Age when Peter was High King in Narnia and

his brother and his two sisters were King and Queens under him." Shasta, an orp
han boy in the empire of Calormen, wants to escape to Narnia, which is situated
to the north. His first ally in this venture is Bree, a horse from Narnia who wi
shes to return to the land of his birth. But a long and perilous journey awaits
the two travellers...] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1153]
Prince Caspian. The Return to Narnia. (1951) Wikipedia [Novel for children. Cent
uries have passed since the Pevensie children were the kings and queens of Narni
a, and the country has greatly changed not for the better. Prince Caspian, the r
ightful heir to the throne, is in flight from his evil uncle. Who can set things
right?] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1154]
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (1952) Wikipedia [Novel for children. It is the t
hird year of the reign of King Caspian of Narnia. The new King sails east in sea
rch of seven lords of Narnia, friends of his father, who years before sailed eas
t but never returned. Many adventures occur along the way. (Our ebook gives the
text used by Lewis's London publisher, before certain changes were made by the a
uthor for the New York edition. These changes are described in the Wikipedia art
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The Silver Chair (1953) Wikipedia [Novel for children. King Caspian is now well
on in years, and has a son and heir, Prince Rilian. Rilian, however, disappeared
from Narnia under mysterious and sinister circumstances, and has been missing f
or some years. He must be found...] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC
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The Last Battle (1956) Wikipedia [Novel for children, with strong elements of th
eology and philosophy. The history of Narnia comes to its end. But an ending is
also a beginning... Winner of the 1956 Carnegie Medal.] HTML HTML zipped Text Te
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Theological works:
The Problem of Pain (1940) Wikipedia catholiceducation.org (Jacek Bacz) [Lewis's
first book of theology: an examination of physical pain and mental suffering, a
nd their place in the universe.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #11
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The Screwtape Letters (1942) Wikipedia Lewisiana (notes by Arend Smilde) [Theolo
gy, in the form of a series of letters purportedly written by the old and cunnin
g devil Screwtape to his nephew Wormwood, on the subject of how to distract huma
ns from God and the path of salvation. "This admirable, diverting, and remarkabl
y original work... the most exciting piece of Christian apologetics that has tur
ned up in a long time... a book for which believer and unbeliever alike may give
thanks." (Leonard Bacon, Saturday Review, 17 April 1943)] HTML HTML zipped Text
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Transposition and other Addresses (1949) [Three sermons and two talks delivered
by Lewis during and shortly after the Second World War. Written in a conversatio
nal style appropriate to the circumstances of their creation, but full of substa
nce, as one expects from Professor Lewis.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPU
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The Four Loves (1960) Wikipedia [Philosophical/theological monograph: a study of
love. But the single English word "love" is used for several quite different th
ings, as Professor Lewis demonstrates with his customary clarity and brilliance.
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Literary criticism:
On Stories (1947) [Essay. "It is astonishing", Professor Lewis writes, "how litt
le attention critics have paid to Story considered in itself." His essay pays a
great deal of attention to this question. Itself a fine piece of writing, along
the way it provides some very good reading suggestions!] HTML HTML zipped Text T
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Lewis, Percy Wyndham (1882-1957) [Canadian writer and painter] Wikipedia Cybermu
se National Portrait Gallery (UK) The Guardian/London Review of Books (David Tro
tter) The Independent (Tom Lubbock)

The Wild Body. A Soldier of Humour and Other Stories. (1927) [Short stories and
essays] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #868]
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Franciscan Adventures [A chance encounter in rural France with a strange and ori
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Brotcotnaz [Portrait of Madame Brotcotnaz, a woman of Brittany] HTML HTML zipped
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Inferior Religions [Reflections on creativity and human existence, with some ref
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The Meaning of the Wild Body [When is something absurd, and when is it comic? Br
ief reflections by our author meant to elucidate the comic elements of his stori
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Sigismund [Our hero has a dog, of whom he is both fond and proud. But then he fa
lls in love with a human...] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #705]
You Broke My Dream, or An Experiment with Time [The final story in the collectio
n, featuring the painter Will Blood perhaps a representation of Lewis himself?]
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Rotting Hill (1951) [Short stories] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped
Self Condemned (1954) Article in The Walrus (Adam Hammond) [Satirical novel. It
is 1939: Professor Ren Harding resigns his academic post in England and moves to
Canada, a true voyage of discovery, as it turns out.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text
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Lewis, Sinclair (1885-1951) [American novelist; Nobel Prize in Literature, 1930]
Wikipedia Nobelprize.org
Ann Vickers (1933) Wikipedia [Novel, the basis for the 1933 movie Wikipedia with
Irene Dunne and Walter Huston. We follow Ann Vickers from her childhood in Waub
anakee, Illinois through to her later years in Manhattan, with much happening al
ong the way. Sinclair Lewis, as always, instructs while he entertains: we learn
about prison life, settlement houses Wikipedia and many other aspects of the soc
ial movements of the time. "It is his skill in blending such ardent propaganda f
or prison reform with a series of penetrating studies of men and women that make
s "Ann Vickers" one of the most important and fascinating novels that Mr. Lewis
has written." (Edgar Holt, The Bookman [U.K.], February 1933)]
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Lighthall, William Douw (1857-1954) [Canadian lawyer, politician, historian, nov
elist, philosopher, and poet] Library and Archives Canada University of Western
Ontario
Montreal After 250 Years (1892) [History of Montreal: includes a number of illus
trations]
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Lindsey, Charles (1820-1908) [Canadian journalist] Dictionary of Canadian Biogra


phy
The Life and Times of Wm. Lyon Mackenzie, with an account of the Canadian rebell
ion of 1837, and the subsequent frontier disturbances, chiefly from unpublished
documents. Vol. I [of 2] (1862) [Biography of William Lyon Mackenzie (1795-1861)
Wikipedia Dictionary of Canadian Biography] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped
Locke, William John (1863-1930) [English novelist] Wikipedia
The Great Pandolfo (1925) [Novel, set in Britain and France a few years after WW
I. Sir Victor Pandolfo, a wealthy industrialist, meets and falls in love with P
aula Field, a young widow who has lost her husband in the war. He is more intere
sted in her than she is in him...] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #
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Lofting, Hugh (1886-1947) [English writer of stories for children] Wikipedia
The Story of Doctor Dolittle (1920) [Novel; with an introduction (1922) by novel
ist Hugh Walpole (1884-1941) Wikipedia] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped Wikipe
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The Voyages of Doctor Dolittle (1922) [Novel] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped
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Loti, Pierre [Viaud, Julien] (1850-1923) [crivain et officier de marine franais] f
r.wikipedia Acadmie Franaise
Un plerin d'Angkor (1912) [Rcit de voyage. L'auteur visite les ruines d'Angkor fr.
wikipedia] HTML HTML zip Texte Texte zip Texte UTF-8 Texte UTF-8 zip EPUB [PG Ca
nada no 789]
Lowndes, Marie Belloc (1868-1947) [English novelist; sister of Hilaire Belloc] W
ikipedia
The Story of Ivy (1927) [One of Lowndes' most famous novels: the basis of the 19
47 film Ivy Wikipedia, starring Joan Fontaine. Ivy Lexton is beautiful, but her
husband has little money not a satisfactory state of affairs. "This is one of Mr
s. Lowndes's best stories. It has a strong vein of mystery and sensation, and ye
t gives us a variety of true characterization and some shrewd commentary on mode
rn life." (Spectator, 19 November 1927)] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB
[PGC #1133]
Lyall, Edna [Bayly, Ada Ellen] (1857-1903) [English novelist] Literary Heritage
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Doreen. The Story of a Singer. (1894) [Novel] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped
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McArthur, Peter Gilchrist (1866-1924) [Canadian journalist] Dictionary of Canadi


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Leacock, Stephen Butler (1869-1944) [Canadian economist and humorist] Wikipedia
Stephen Leacock (1923) [McArthur's short biography of Leacock and personal selec
tion of Leacock stories, starting with My Financial Career] HTML HTML zipped Tex
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Macaulay, Dame Rose [Emilie Rose] (1881-1958) [English novelist and essayist] Wi
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Book-Building after a Blitz (June 1942) [Essay. In 1942, our author lost her ent
ire personal library when a bomb landed on her London flat. She had a new projec
t in front of her: recreating her collection! Surprisingly optimistic in tone, a
ll things considered: perhaps Macaulay sensed that her most famous creation, The
Towers of Trebizond, lay ahead of her!] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB
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Evelyn Waugh (December 1946) [Essay: a beautifully written and surprisingly comp
rehensive survey of the works of Evelyn Waugh Wikipedia, up to and including the
then recently published Brideshead Revisited Wikipedia.] HTML HTML zipped Text
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MacCarthy, Sir Desmond (1877-1952) [English critic and journalist] Wikipedia
Leslie Stephen (1937) [Lecture] HTML HTML zip Text Text zip
McClung, Nellie Letitia (1873-1951) [Canadian social activist and novelist] Wiki
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Sowing Seeds in Danny (1908) [Novel] HTML and Text [PG US]
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The Next of Kin: Those who Wait and Wonder (1917) [Novel] HTML and Text
Three Times and Out (1918) [History: World War I memoir] HTML and Text
Purple Springs (1921) [Novel] Text
Painted Fires (1925) [Novel. A young Finnish girl is brought to Western Canada b
y her aunt, who dies just as when Helmi arrives. Helmi is faced by many challeng
es as she establishes her new life in Canada.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped
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Be Good to Yourself. A Book of Short Stories. (1930) [Vignettes and poems] HTML
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Flowers for the Living. A Book of Short Stories. (1931) [Short stories] HTML HTM
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Clearing in the West. My Own Story. (1935) [McClung's account of her early life
in Ontario's Grey County, her family's move to Manitoba, her career as a schoolt
eacher, and her 1896 marriage to Robert Wesley McClung.] HTML HTML zipped Text T
ext zipped UTF-8 text UTF-8 text zipped EPUB [PGC #771]
Leaves from Lantern Lane (1936) [A collection of short articles about the author
's life in Victoria, her family, her neighbours, with descriptions of her travel
s: Vancouver, women's conventions, Hollywood...] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipp
ed EPUB [PGC #675]

More Leaves from Lantern Lane (1937) [Short essays originally published in vario
us Canadian newspapers, now collected by their author] HTML HTML zipped Text Tex
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The Stream Runs Fast. My Own Story. (1945) [The second and final volume of McClu
ng's autobiography, taking us from her 1896 marriage in Manitoba through to her
1935 move to Victoria, covering the years in which she achieved the fame which c
learly has lasted to this day, since here we are, publishing her autobiography!]
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McCulley, Johnston (1883-1958) [American novelist] Wikipedia
The Black Star. A Detective Story. (1921) [Novel, with a frontispiece by Edgar F
ranklin Wittmack (1894-1956) Wikipedia. Who can challenge the elusive criminal g
enius known as the Black Star? No one, it seems... except, perhaps, that young a
nd fashionable millionaire, Mr. Roger Verbeck!] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zippe
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MacDonald, Betty Bard (1908?-1958) [American author (and farmer)] Wikipedia Seat
tle Press On Line (Paula Becker)
The Egg and I (1945) [An entertaining account of the author's experience as a po
ultry farmer in Washington state, which became a huge bestseller. Its film adapt
ation Wikipedia led to nine sequels] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped Wikipedia
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Onions in the Stew (1955) Wikipedia [Autobiography. The author and her family ca
nnot find a place to live in or near Seattle, so move to Vashon Island Wikipedia
. Numerous adventures ensue.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #956]
Macdonell, Alexander (1762-1842) [Canadian soldier, administrator, and politicia
n]
Diary of Gov. Simcoe's Journey from Humber Bay to Matchetache Bay, 1793 (publish
ed in 1890) [An account of an expedition of Lt.-Gov. John Graves Simcoe Wikipedi
a in the newly established Province of Upper Canada, written by a member of his
staff. The edition contains an admirably written short biography of Macdonell by
an anonymous author.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped [PGC #462]
Macdonell, A. G. [Archibald Gordon] (1895-1941) [Scottish journalist, playwright
, and novelist] Wikipedia
The Plays of Mr. Noel Coward (November 1931) [An essay by Macdonell on the works
of his fellow playwright Nol Coward Wikipedia, who was still in his early thirti
es, but already the author of such classics as The Vortex, Hay Fever, and Privat
e Lives all of which Macdonell discusses.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPU
B [PGC #1205]
England, Their England (1933) Wikipedia [A classic humour novel, winner of the 1
933 James Tait Black Memorial Prize Wikipedia for fiction. Our hero, Donald Came
ron, is a soldier who is recovering from war wounds. He is invited by a publishe
r to write a book about England, but from the viewpoint of a foreigner, i.e. a S
cotsman.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #695]
MacDougall, John (1859-1939) [Canadian social critic]
Rural Life in Canada, its Trend and Tasks (1913) [A study of the challenges and
opportunities presented by Canadian rural society. The published version (with m

any photographs) of a set of lectures presented at the invitation of the Presbyt


erian Church in Canada. Includes an introduction by the eminent agricultural res
earcher, entrepreneur, and administrator James Wilson Robertson (1857-1930) Dict
ionary of Canadian Biography] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #644]
MacGregor, Ellen (1906-1954) [American librarian and novelist] Wikipedia
Miss Pickerell Goes to Mars (1951) [Novel for children, the first to feature Mis
s Pickerell. The title summarizes the plot; but this agreeable work skilfully pr
esents a good deal of actual science as its plot develops.] HTML HTML zipped Tex
t Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1194]
Miss Pickerell and the Geiger Counter (1953) [Novel for children. Miss Pickerell
, accompanied by her two nephews, Homer and Harry, is on her way to the state ca
pital to see the circus, and also an atomic energy exhibit. The book is of its e
ra, and shows no scepticism about nuclear energy and its risks. But Miss Pickere
ll would have been most interested to learn that today some countries are phasin
g out nuclear power: solar power would have fascinated her!] HTML HTML zipped Te
xt Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1195]
Miss Pickerell Goes Undersea (1953) [The intrepid Miss Pickerell in a science ad
venture novel for children this one involving a salvage at sea!] HTML HTML zippe
d Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1082]
Miss Pickerell Goes to the Arctic (1954) [Novel for children. Miss Pickerell mee
ts a retired bush pilot, and matters proceed from there. The novel expertly inte
rtwines an interesting plot with a surprising amount of scientific information.]
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McIlwraith, Jean Newton (1859-1938) [Canadian author and editor]
The Making of Mary (1895) [Novel] HTML and Text
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Mackay, George Eric (1851-1898) [English poet] Wikipedia
A Lover's Litanies (1888) [Poems] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped
MacKay, William Alexander (1842-1905) [Canadian clergyman and author]
Zorra Boys at Home and Abroad, or, How to Succeed (1900) [Biographical sketches,
with illustrations, of twenty-four prominent sons of the Ontario farming commun
ity of Zorra Wikipedia. This small area of Oxford County produced an amazing num
ber of prominent Canadians, among them PG Canada author Ralph Connor.] HTML HTML
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McKelvie, Bruce Alistair (1889-1960) [Canadian journalist, historian, and noveli
st] ABCBookworld
Huldowget. A Story of the North Pacific Coast. (1926) [Novel. A missionary (Fath
er David) encounters a shaman (Caleb Thompson)...] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zi
pped EPUB [PGC #917]
The Black Canyon. A Story of '58. (1927) [Novel, set in British Columbia during
the 1858 gold rush Wikipedia. A teenage boy, Neil Alexander, comes to Fort Victo
ria, and travels up the Fraser with a friend and some miners. But this was the p
eriod of the Fraser Canyon War Wikipedia, and the boys find themselves in the mi
ddle of some dangerous and exciting events!]

CAUTION: certain passages in this novel may seem racist by the standards of toda
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Pelts and Powder. A Story of the West Coast in the Making. (1929) [Novel, beginn
ing in Boston shortly after the American Revolution. Our hero, Lawrence Drake, d
ecides to go to sea. He joins the crew of the Hope, which sets sail to the west
coast of British Columbia in the hunt for fur-seal pelts. It is an eventful voya
ge...] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #921]
MacKenzie, James Bovell (1851-1919) [Canadian ethnographer] Ontario Court of Com
mon Pleas (1884)
A Treatise on the Six-Nation Indians (1882) [Ethnography and sociology] Text
MacMechan, Archibald McKellar (1862-1933) [Canadian historian] jrank.org
The Winning of Popular Government: A Chronicle of the Union of 1841 (1915) [Hist
ory: vol. 27 of "The Chronicles of Canada". Illustrations by Alvah Bradish (1806
-1901) University of Michigan Wisconsin Historical Society, G. Browning, (fl. ca
. 1820-1830), C. W. Jefferys (1869-1951) Wikipedia Library and Archives Canada,
Sir Thomas Lawrence (1769-1830) Wikipedia Wikimedia Commons, National Gallery (U
K) William Notman (1826-1891) Wikipedia Dictionary of Canadian Biography McCord
Museum
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Head-Waters of Canadian Literature (1924) [An outstanding short survey of the hi
story of Canadian literature from its beginnings up to the author's own era. Not
able for its attention to literature in both of Canada's official languages.] HT
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Macmillan, Cyrus John (1880-1953) [Canadian academic and politician] Wikipedia M
cGill University Archives
Canadian Wonder Tales (1918) [Folk tales: illustrations by George Sheringham (18
84-1937) Wikipedia Tate Collection, foreword by Sir William Peterson (1856-1921)
Wikipedia Dictionary of Canadian Biography]
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MacMurchy, Marjory Jardine Ramsay [Lady Marjory Willison: married to journalist
Sir John Stephen Willison (1856-1927) Dictionary of Canadian Biography] (1870-19
38) [Canadian journalist and author]
The Canadian Girl at Work: A Book of Vocational Guidance (1919) [Textbook "Prepa
red at the Instance of the Minister of Education for Use in Ontario School Libra
ries"] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped
Macpherson, Hector Copland (1888-1956) [Scottish clergyman and astronomer] Astro
nomical Society of Edinburgh (Graham Rule)
Herschel (1919) [A biography of the astronomer Sir William Herschel (1738-1822)
Wikipedia, whose epoch-making discoveries included the planet Uranus and many ot
her celestial objects: he also discovered the existence of infrared radiation. T
his biography includes as its frontispiece a contemporary portrait of Herschel b
y Lemuel Francis Abbott (1760?-1802) Wikipedia.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipp
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Mann, Thomas (1875-1955) [Romancier allemand] fr.wikipedia


Traduction:
Tonio Krger [Tonio Krger (1903)] , suivi de Le petit monsieur Friedemann [Der klei
ne Herr Friedemann (1898)] , Heure difficile [Schwere Stunde (1905)] , L'enfant
prodige [Das Wunderkind (1903)] , Un petit bonheur [Ein Glck (1904)] (1923) [Nouv
elles: traduit par Genevive Maury (traductrice et romancire suisse, dcde en 1956), av
ec une preface par Edmond Jaloux (romancier franais, 1878-1949) fr.wikipedia Acadm
ie Franaise] HTML HTML zip Texte Texte zip Texte UTF-8 Texte UTF-8 zip
Marmette, Joseph (1844-1895) [Romancier canadien] fr.wikipedia
Le Chevalier de Mornac. Chronique de la Nouvelle-France 1664 (1873) [Conte] Text
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La fiance du rebelle. pisode de la Guerre des Bostonnais, 1775 (1875) [Roman] Text
e
Franois de Bienville. Scnes de la vie canadienne au XVIIe sicle. (1883 [deuxime ditio
n]; 1870 [premire dition]) [Roman historique, bas sur la carrire militaire de Franois
de Bienville (1666-1691) Dictionnaire biographique du Canada] HTML HTML zip Tex
te Texte zip Texte UTF-8 Texte UTF-8 zip EPUB [PG Canada no 793]
Marquand, John P. [John Phillips] (1893-1960) [American novelist] Wikipedia Nota
ble American Unitarians Washington Post (Jonathan Yardley)
The Black Cargo (1925) [One of Marquand's earliest novels. Charles Jervaile, a y
oung sailor, is hired by a shipowner for a decidedly dubious assignment. But Cha
rles gets cold feet, and things start to unravel, particularly when the nature o
f the mysterious cargo becomes clear.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [P
GC #864]
Ming Yellow (1935) [Novel, similar in style to Marquand's famous Mr. Moto novels
. A newspaperman, Rodney Jones, who is working in China, encounters a rich Ameri
can and his daughter. The American is in Peking to buy several pieces of Ming dy
nasty porcelain, known as Ming Yellow for their particular shade of yellow. Subs
equent developments feature Chinese bandits, a warlord/general, and assorted dou
ble-dealing. And, there's romance along the way!] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zip
ped EPUB [PGC #939]
The six novels featuring the Japanese agent Mr. Moto Wikipedia:
No Hero (1935) [The first of the six Mr. Moto novels: also known as Your Turn, M
r. Moto and Mr. Moto Takes a Hand. Casey Lee, a former military pilot, has been
offered a chance to fly a Japanese-built plane from Japan to the U.S. While in T
okyo, he encounters Mr. Moto and soon finds himself kidnapped and in China, mixe
d up in international espionage involving Japan (represented by Mr. Moto), Russi
a (a beautiful young Russian woman named Sonya Karaloff), and the U.S. (Naval Co
mmander Driscoll).] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #888]
Thank You, Mr. Moto (1936) [A young American, Tom Nelson, who is acquainted with
Mr. Moto Wikipedia, runs into him at a party in Peking. At the same party, he r
uns into two other friends: a young woman, Eleanor Joyce, and an ex-British Army
Major Jameson Best. There is a murder, and new characters enter the scene: a Ch
inese rebel leader, an art thief, a Chinese prince, and a Japanese political agi
tator...] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #877]
Think Fast, Mr. Moto (1937) [Novel. Our hero, Wilson Hitchings, who works at his
uncle's Shanghai-based trading company and bank, is sent to Hawaii to investiga
te a problem with the company's branch there. He discovers a currency smuggling
operation that Mr. Moto is also investigating.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zippe
d EPUB [PGC #832]

Mr. Moto Is So Sorry (1938) [Novel, set in the 1930's during Japan's takeover of
northern China. Calvin Gates, a young American, is travelling to Mongolia to jo
in up with an archaeology expedition. He encounters Mr. Moto on a ship travellin
g from Japan to Korea. As his travels continue, he finds himself involved in Jap
anese, Chinese, and Russian border intrigue...] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zippe
d EPUB [PGC #897]
Last Laugh, Mr. Moto (1942) [Novel, set in the Caribbean, late in 1940. Robert B
olles, an ex-US Navy man, finds himself mixed up in the efforts of a Japanese ag
ent (Mr. Moto), and a couple of Vichy French agents, who are allied with a Germa
n agent, all trying to recover a secret device from an aircraft that was on a Fr
ench freighter that was lost/wrecked. Events proceed from there...] HTML HTML zi
pped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #892]
Stopover: Tokyo (1957) [Marquand's final novel featuring Mr. Moto, set in Japan
shortly after the Korean War. Jack Rhyce is an American secret agent in Japan, h
unting a Russian agent. He's travelling with a female American agent: the two ar
e posing as a couple. In Japan, they encounter Mr. Moto, who's also after the Ru
ssian agent...] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #899]
Wickford Point (1939) [Satirical novel, telling the story of a family with deep
roots in New England, and their progress, or lack thereof] HTML HTML zipped Text
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Marryat, Frederick (1792-1848) [English naval officer and novelist] Wikipedia Di
ctionary of Canadian Biography
Settlers in Canada (1844) [Novel] HTML and Text
Marshall, Archibald (1866-1934) [English novelist]
with: Morrow, George (1869-1955) [Irish cartoonist] Wikipedia
Simple Stories from "Punch" (1930) [Humour] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped
The Birdikin Family (1932) [Humour] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC
#636]
May, Phil [May, Philip William] (1864-1903) [English caricaturist] Wikipedia Aus
tralian Dictionary of Biography
Phil May's Gutter-Snipes. 50 original sketches in pen and ink. (1896) [Drawings]
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Songs and their Singers (1898) [Drawings. This PG Canada edition includes a bonu
s: an interesting handwritten note, first published in 2007, from May to the fam
ous Irish baritone and author Harry Plunket Greene (1865-1936) Wikipedia Harry P
lunket Greene in Hurstbourne Priors]
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Fifty Hitherto Unpublished Pen-and-Ink Sketches (1900) [Drawings]
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Pictures by Phil May (1907) [Drawings: posthumous collection selected by an anon
ymous editor]
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Project Gutenberg also offers this illustrated monograph by Punch cartoonist Jam
es Thorpe (1876-1949):
Phil May (1948) [Monograph, with many drawings by Phil May] HTML HTML zipped Tex
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Melville, Frederick John (1882-1940) [British philatelist]

Antigua (1929) [Monograph: no. 26 of The Melville Stamp Books] HTML HTML zipped
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Miller, Alice Duer (1874-1942) [American novelist and poet] Wikipedia
The White Cliffs (1940) [Narrative poem, a huge success at the time of its publi
cation, and the inspiration for the 1944 movie The White Cliffs of Dover. An Ame
rican girl visits London just before the First World War, marries, and stays in
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Monck, Frances Elizabeth Owen (d. 1919) [Irish memoirist] (Wife of Charles Stanl
ey Monck, 4th Viscount Monck [1819-1894; Governor-General of British North Ameri
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My Canadian Leaves: an account of a visit to Canada in 1864-1865 (1891 version)
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die, and some fine illustrations by Charles F. Damoreau (fl. ca. 1856-1871) and
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Hail and Farewell (1925) [Autobiography: earlier separate versions of the three
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Percy. A Tragedy. (1778) [Neo-Shakespearian tragedy] HTML HTML zipped Text Text
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Morice, Adrien-Gabriel (1859-1938) [Missionnaire, explorateur, ethnologue et lex
icographe canadien / Canadian missionary, explorer, ethnologist, and lexicograph
er] fr.wikipedia Wikipedia ABCBookWorld
The History of the Northern Interior of British Columbia (formerly New Caledonia
) [1660 to 1880] (1905 [third edition: first edition published in 1904]) [Histor
y, with many illustrations, including the first published portrait of the explor
er Simon Fraser [1776-1862] Wikipedia] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped
L'abb mile Petitot et les dcouvertes gographiques au Canada: tude gographico-historiqu
e (1923) [Monographie sur le missionaire-explorateur mile Petitot Dictionnaire bi
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with: Marshall, Archibald (1866-1934) [English novelist]
Simple Stories from "Punch" (1930) [Humour] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped
Muir, Edwin (1887-1959) [Scottish (Orkadian) poet] Wikipedia
Journeys and Places (1937) [Poems. The Journeys, our poet remarks, "deal more or
less with movements in time", and the Places "with places reached and the chara
cter of such places".] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #859]
Munro, William Bennett (1875-1957) [Canadian historian] Marianopolis College (bi
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The Seigneurs of Old Canada: A Chronicle of New-World Feudalism (1914) [History:
vol. 5 of "The Chronicles of Canada". Illustrations by Philippe de Champaigne (
1602-1674) Wikipedia Muse du Louvre, Charles Huot (1855-1930) Dictionary of Canad
ian Biography, Cornelius Krieghoff (1815-1872) Wikipedia Dictionary of Canadian
Biography, and W. W. Smith (ca. 1855)]
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Munthe, Axel Martin Fredrik (1857-1949) [Swedish physician and author] Wikipedia
Letters from a Mourning City (Naples. Autumn, 1884) (1887) [When the author (a p
hysician by trade) arrived in Naples intending to take a holiday, he found that
there had been a major outbreak of cholera. This book, his account of what he ex
perienced as a first-hand witness, first appeared as a series of articles publis
hed in the Stockholm newspaper Dagblad Wikipedia. Our author modestly remarks th

at they "were written under circumstances scarcely favourable to literary pursui


ts", but it is difficult to see any shortcomings. The translation from Swedish w
as by the English composer Maude Valrie White (1855-1937) Wikipedia The Independe
nt (Sophie Fuller).]
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Vagaries (1898) [The celebrated collection of essays and reflections Wikipedia b
y the famous Swedish physician and author. In later years, Munthe was to issue r
evised versions of the collection: for our ebook, we have used the text of the 1
898 first edition.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #933]
Red Cross & Iron Cross, by A Doctor in France (1916) [Novel about the First Worl
d War, published while the war was still raging, based on Munthe's own war exper
iences within a British ambulance corps when he was already in his late fifties]
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Murray, Gilbert [George Gilbert Aim] (1866-1957) [English classical scholar] Wiki
pedia Australian Dictionary of Biography Biographisch-Bibliographisches Kirchenl
exikon (BBKL) [in German]
Carlyon Sahib. A Drama in Four Acts. (1900) [A play set in England and in Britis
h India: it created some degree of controversy. This printed edition includes th
e minor revisions Murray made following the play's first production in 1899.] HT
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Andromache. A Play In Three Acts. (1900) [An original play about Andromache Wiki
pedia, wife of Hector, set during the Trojan War. Murray's verse translations of
ancient Greek plays are famous: many of them are offered by PG Canada. But this
is an original play in prose: Murray described it as "a simple historical play,
with as little convention as possible, placed in the Greek Heroic Age, and deal
ing with one of the ordinary heroic stories." Includes a preface by Murray addre
ssed to William Archer (1856-1924) Wikipedia, the friend of Shaw and translator
of Ibsen.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #916]
Euripides and his Age (1913) [The original 1913 version of Murray's famous intro
duction to the works of the ancient Athenian playwright Euripides (ca. 480-406 B
.C.) Wikipedia] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #709]
The United States and the War (1916) [Three articles, published at the end of Au
gust 1916. Murray believed it was clear that the U.S would not enter the First W
orld War, but he was wrong eight months later the U.S. declared war on Germany!
Nonetheless, an interesting and informative set of articles.] HTML HTML zipped T
ext Text zipped EPUB [PGC #792]
From Faith, War, and Policy. Addresses and Essays on the European War. (1917):
First Thoughts on the War (1914) [Reflections on the outbreak of the First World
War] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #862]
How can War ever be Right? (1914) [An essay defending Britain's declaration of w
ar on Germany] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #865]
Herd Instinct and the War (1915) [Lecture on the attitudes surrounding the First
World War, and the desirability of a rational approach to the topic] HTML HTML
zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #872]
India and the War (1915) [An address to Indian students, delivered in March 1915
.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #870]
The Evil and the Good of the War (1915) [An address delivered to the Congress of
Free Churches. Among all the evils of war, Murray discerned some elements of go
od, particularly in the spirit of sacrifice for the sake of others which he beli
eved had become apparent.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #867]
Democratic Control of Foreign Policy (1916) [A review of the 1915 book Democracy
and Diplomacy: A Plea for Popular Control of Foreign Policy, by Arthur Ponsonby
(1871-1946) Wikipedia Spartacus Educational, who, unlike Murray, was opposed to
Britain's participation in the First World War. In essence, a discussion of a p
erpetual issue in representative democracies: how to allow elected governments r
easonable freedom in foreign policy, while ensuring that they respect the will a

nd interests of the citizens they represent.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped
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How We Stand Now (1916) [Lecture. Murray explains his strong belief that the Ger
man government was responsible for triggering the First World War, a belief unli
kely to have encountered much disagreement among the members of the Fight for Ri
ght League, to whom this address was originally delivered.] HTML HTML zipped Tex
t Text zipped EPUB [PGC #893]
Andrew Lang, the Poet (1948) [The 1947 Andrew Lang Lecture Wikipedia on the poet
ry of Andrew Lang (1844-1912) Wikipedia, better known in 1947 and today as a fol
klorist and historian than as a poet.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [P
GC #604]
Translations of Aeschylus (ca. 525-456 B.C.) [Athenian playwright] Wikipedia
The Persians (472 B.C. [Greek original], 1939 [this translation]) [The oldest su
rviving Greek tragedy. It deals with a contemporary event: the reaction of the P
ersian court to the news of the Greek victory over the Persians at Salamis Wikip
edia, a battle in which Aeschylus is believed to have fought. The tone of the pl
ay is surprisingly sympathetic to the Persians.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipp
ed [PGC #752] Wikipedia ancient-literature.com H. W, Smyth's edition of the orig
inal Greek text (Perseus Digital Library)
The Suppliant Women (ca. 463 B.C. [Greek original], 1930 [this translation]) [A
very early Greek tragedy, notable for the importance of the chorus in the drama.
The daughters of Danaus Wikipedia arrive as refugees in Argos, seeking protecti
on from forced marriage in Egypt.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped [PGC #841]
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t (Perseus Digital Library)
Prometheus Bound (fifth century B.C. [Greek original], 1931 [this translation])
[Tragedy. Prometheus Wikipedia has given mankind the gift of fire. Zeus in anger
has chained him to a mountain in the Caucasus. Two millennia after the original
, Shelley wrote a famous sequel, Prometheus Unbound Wikipedia] HTML HTML zipped
Text Text zipped UTF-8 text UTF-8 text zipped [PGC #751] Wikipedia ancient-liter
ature.com H. W, Smyth's edition of the original Greek text (Perseus Digital Libr
ary)
Translations of Aristophanes (445 B.C. or earlier - ca. 385 B.C.) [Athenian play
wright] Wikipedia
The Knights (424 B.C. [Greek original], 1956 [this translation]) [Comedy about t
he political scene in Athens during the Peloponnesian War Wikipedia. A sausage s
eller becomes a political rival to Cleon Wikipedia, a prominent Athenian politic
ian (and an opponent of Aristophanes). The "knights" of the title are not the me
diaeval warriors from a millennium later, but the citizen cavalry of Athens. The
Wikipedia article on the play provides a helpful guide to its many contemporary
allusions; Murray provides a set of notes as well.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text
zipped [PGC #894] ancient-literature.com F. W. Hall and W. M. Geldart's 1907 edi
tion of the original Greek text: Perseus Digital Library
The Birds (414 B.C. [Greek original], 1950 [this translation]) [Comedy. The bird
s of the world band together to take over control of the universe from the Olymp
ian gods. The Wikipedia article on the play provides a helpful guide to its many
contemporary allusions.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped [PGC #730] ancient-l
iterature.com F. W. Hall and W. M. Geldart's 1907 edition of the original Greek
text: Perseus Digital Library
Translations of Euripides (ca. 480-406 B.C.) [Athenian playwright] Wikipedia
Rhesus (ca. 450 B.C.? [Greek original], 1913 [this translation]) [Tragedy, based
on the tenth book of Homer's Iliad. The siege of Troy has been underway for som
e years when Rhesus, King of Thrace, arrives to help the Trojans.] HTML HTML zip
ped Text Text zipped [PGC #719] Wikipedia Murray's edition of the original Greek
text (Perseus Digital Library)
Medea (431 B.C. [Greek original], 1906 [this translation]) [Tragedy. The marriag
e of Jason Wikipedia the Argonaut Wikipedia and his foreign wife Medea Wikipedia
ends badly. Very badly.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped [PGC #736] Wikipedia

ancient-literature.com David Kovacs' edition of the original Greek text (Perseu


s Digital Library)
The Trojan Women (415 B.C. [Greek original], 1905 [this translation]) [Tragedy,
centred on the fate of the women of Troy after the destruction of their city. Of
ten thought to be a protest by Euripides against the Peloponnesian War Wikipedia
] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped [PGC #738] Wikipedia ancient-literature.com
Murray's edition of the original Greek text (Perseus Digital Library)
Ion (ca. 413 B.C. [Greek original], 1954 [this translation]) [Technically a trag
edy, but in fact a drama with a pleasantly optimistic tone. We meet Ion at the t
emple of Apollo at Delphi, where he has lived from his earliest years. As the pl
ay begins, he is unaware of who his parents are...] HTML HTML zipped Text Text z
ipped [PGC #722] Wikipedia ancient-literature.com Murray's edition of the origin
al Greek text (Perseus Digital Library)
Bacchae (405 B.C. [Greek original], 1906 [this translation]) [Euripides' most fa
mous tragedy, originally presented the year following his death. Pentheus, King
of Thebes, does not recognize the limits of his power, nor the limits of pure ra
tionality. For this mistake he pays a heavy price.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text z
ipped [PGC #717] Wikipedia Murray's edition of the original Greek text (Perseus
Digital Library)
Translations of Sophocles (ca. 496-406 B.C.) [Athenian playwright] Wikipedia
Antigone ["The Antigone"] (ca. 441 B.C. [Greek original], 1941 [this translation
]) [Tragedy. The civil war at Thebes Wikipedia has resulted in the death of Anti
gone's Wikipedia two brothers Eteocles Wikipedia and Polynices . Wikipedia. The
king, Creon Wikipedia, has decided that Polynices will not receive proper burial
. Antigone does not accept this decision...] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped [
PGC #729] Wikipedia ancient-literature.com Sir Richard Jebb's 1891 edition of th
e original Greek text: Perseus Digital Library Wikisource
The Wife of Heracles [Trachiniae] (ca. 430 B.C.? [Greek original], 1947 [this tr
anslation]) [Tragedy: the original title refers to the play's chorus Wikipedia,
which consisted of the women of Trachis Wikipedia. It recounts the passing of He
racles (Hercules) Wikipedia, but in fact is largely concerned with his wife, Dei
anira Wikipedia; hence the new name which Murray bestowed on the play.] HTML HTM
L zipped Text Text zipped [PGC #728] Wikipedia ancient-literature.com Sir Richar
d Jebb's 1892 edition of the original Greek text (Wikisource)
Oedipus at Colonus (ca. 401 B.C. [Greek original; first performance], 1948 [this
translation]) [Tragedy, written at the very end of Sophocles' life. Oedipus Wik
ipedia, after a life of suffering, arrives in the village of Colonus, accompanie
d by his daughter Antigone Wikipedia for what turn out to be the culminating eve
nts of his life.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped [PGC #754] Wikipedia ancient
-literature.com Sir Richard Jebb's 1889 edition of the original Greek text: Pers
eus Digital Library
Murray, William Henry Harrison (1840-1904) [American clergyman, outdoorsman, and
author] Wikipedia
The Story that the Keg Told Me, and The Story of the Man Who Didn't Know Much (1
889) [Two novellas, both set in the Adirondack Mountains Wikipedia of New York S
tate. The novellas, both of which feature John Norton the Trapper, are the first
two parts of the Adirondack Tales: in the introduction, Murray explains the gen
esis of this series.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #656]
The Mystery of the Woods, and The Man Who Missed It (1891) [Two novellas, both s
et in the Adirondack Mountains Wikipedia of New York State] HTML HTML zipped Tex
t Text zipped EPUB [PGC #590]
Myrand, Ernest (1854-1921) [crivain canadien] Encyclopdie canadienne
Une fte de Nol sous Jacques Cartier (1888) [Histoire] HTML et Texte

Nesbit, Edith ("E. Nesbit") [Bland, Edith] (1858-1924) [English novelist, poet,
and political activist] Wikipedia
Number 17 (1910) [Suspense story. Hotels generally have one or two rather specia
l rooms...] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1142]
Nicholson, Gerald William Lingen (1902-1980) [Canadian military historian]
Marlborough and the War of the Spanish Succession (1955) [History, published by
Canadian Army's Directorate of Military Training. It is because of the War of th
e Spanish Succession (1701-1714) Wikipedia that Spain today has a Bourbon king,
descended from Louis XIV of France. But the Sun King by no means gained everythi
ng that he had sought (Spain remained a kingdom separate from France): this was
largely because of the brilliant military campaigns conducted by John Churchill,
the 1st Duke of Marlborough Wikipedia. Lt.-Col. G. W. L. Nicholson, the Canadia
n military historian, has given us this brilliantly written and wonderfully read
able short history of the war. The many illustrations include an outstanding ser
ies of maps by Captain C. C. J. Bond.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped [PGC #1
058]
Niven, Frederick John (1878-1944) [Canadian novelist] ABCBookWorld McMaster Univ
ersity Libraries William H. New (Canadian Literature #32 [Spring 1967]),
The Island Providence (1910) [Historical novel, set in the late seventeenth cent
ury] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped [PGC #503]
A Wilderness of Monkeys (1911) [Novel: our edition includes an inscription from
Frederick Niven to Daniel Rider] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped [PGC #541]
Hands Up! (1913) [Novel] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped [PGC #474]
Wild Honey (1927) [Novel, perhaps one of Niven's finest, about railway laborers
in British Columbia. The action of the novel takes place in the "dry belt" betwe
en Ashcroft and Kamloops.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #748]
The Staff at Simson's (1937) [Novel about a family firm in Scotland] HTML HTML z
ipped Text Text zipped EPUB (experimental) [PGC #585]
Coloured Spectacles (1938) [Autobiography. Niven's account of the course of his
life from Valparaiso, Chile to Nelson, British Columbia by way of Glasgow and ma
ny other places.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1000]
The Transplanted (1944) [Novel] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped
Nodier, Charles (1780-1844) [crivain et bibliothcaire franais] fr.wikipedia Acadmie
Franaise Wikipedia
Translator / traducteur: Orts-Ramos, Toms (1866-1939) [Spanish journalist / journ
aliste espagnol]
El Pintor de Salzburgo (1919) [Tales and essays in Spanish / Contes et essais en
espagnol: translations of / traductions de Des types en littrature (1830), Le pe
intre de Salzbourg (1803), Les mditations du clotre (1803) & Adle (1820)] HTML HTML
zip Text / Texte Text / Texte zip
Learn Spanish ! / Apprenez l'espagnol ! Cursos: BBC
Spanish Language & Culture D
iccionarios bilinges: WordReference.com Spanish-English WordReference.com Espagno
l-Franais Diccionarios espaoles: CLAVE
Real Academia Espaola

Nordhoff, Charles Bernard (1887-1947) [American novelist] Wikipedia


The Pearl Lagoon (1924) [Novel for teenagers, set in the South Seas. A young boy
, Charlie Selden, is taken by his uncle to the South Pacific on a pearl-hunting
trip: encounters with sharks and pirates ensue. Includes a preface by Nordhoff,
and illustrations by Anton Otto Fischer (1882-1962) Wikipedia]
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with: Hall, James Norman (1887-1951) [American novelist] Wikipedia
Men Without Country (1942) [The novel opens early in World War II, just after th
e fall of France. An American reporter is in London to get stories on Frenchmen
who have fled France to fight with Charles de Gaulle. He meets with a Captain Fr
eycinet, who has quite a story to tell, a story which begins in the Caribbean. "
The famous authors of 'Mutiny on the Bounty' have passed a neat, small miracle.
In a little over a hundred pages, in small format and good large type, they have
told a tale of escape, patriotism, French Guiana, Vichy, Free France, everythin
g tight and right and thrilling. This is old craftsmanship at work, spinning a y
arn of the most contemporary flavor..." (N. L. Rothman, Saturday Review, 27 June
1942)] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #1255]
Notman, William McFarlane (1857-1913) [Canadian photographer] Canadian Encyclope
dia
Through Mountains and Canyons. The Canadian Rockies. (1906) [A portfolio of phot
ographs taken in the mountains of British Columbia and Alberta, "photographed by
Wm. Notman & Son Montreal". We ascribe the book to William McFarlane Notman, so
n of the celebrated Montreal photographer William Notman (1826-1891), because th
e younger Notman is known to have travelled and photographed extensively in West
ern Canada along the line of the newly completed Canadian Pacific Railway.] HTML
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Noyes, Alfred (1880-1958) [English poet and novelist] Wikipedia The Catholic Wor
ld, January 1959 (Derek Stanford) CatholicAuthors.com
The Sun Cure (1929) [Satirical novel, reminiscent of the early novels of Evelyn
Waugh, which were written around the same period. The Rev. Basil Strode is invit
ed by his old friend Harry Dalston to go on vacation with him and return to natu
re. He rashly accepts the invitation, not realizing what going back to nature mi
ght entail.] HTML HTML zipped Text Text zipped EPUB [PGC #980]
The Last Man (1940) [Science fiction novel. A death ray has been invented which
largely wipes out humanity. There are some survivors, however...] HTML HTML zipp
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O'Connor, John (1870-1952) [English priest and memoirist] Wikipedia St Michael's


College, University of Toronto
Father Brown on Chesterton (1937) [Memoir of the journalist, mystery writer and
Christian apologist G. K. Chesterton (1874-1936) Wikipedia by the priest who was
the model for the principal character in the "Father Brown" mystery stories] HT
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O'Duffy, Eimar Ultan (1893-1935) [Irish playwright, novelist, and economist] Wik
ipedia
The Bird Cage (1932)

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