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Short Story Collection

British Goblins

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British Goblins is written by Wirt Sikes. In a certain sense Wales may be spoken of as the cradle of fairy legend. It is not now disputed that from the Welsh were borrowed many of the first subjects of composition in the literature of all the cultivated peoples of Europe.

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The Conjure Woman

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Richly detailed stories set in a world of fantastic powers and occult influence, rooted in the reality of 1890s North Carolina.

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The Splendid Idle Forties

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The Splendid Idle Forties is written by Gertrude Atherton. This volume of short stories forms a very complete picture, or collection of pictures, of the social life of California under the Spanish and Mexican rule, true to the traditions and customs of those fine old days, when the whole fabric of the life was, as it were, part and parcel of what can only now be seen in some of the remoter parts of old Mexico.

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Spots Blind

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Spots Blind is written by Linda A. Lavid. You can't always see what's coming. The trajectory is misinterpreted, misconstrued, minimized. On the other hand someone could be blocking your view, on purpose, with malice. No matter what, that something is heading your way.

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Wilson's Tales of the Borders

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Wilson's Tales of the Borders is written by John Mackay Wilson. No collection of tales published in serial form ever enjoyed so great a popularity and the secret of their success lies in the fact that they are stories in the truest sense of the word, illustrating in a graphic and natural style the manners and customs, trials and sorrows, sins and backslidings, of the men and women of whom they treat.

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Winesburg, Ohio

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Winesburg, Ohio is written by Sherwood Anderson. A collection of related tales centered around a writer named George Willard and the stories told to him by the inhabitants of Winesburg, Ohio.

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The Yotsuya Kwaidan

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The Yotsuya Kwaidan is written by James S. de Benneville. Reader, pray take not the story of the O'Iwa Inari, the Yotsuya Kwaidan, as a mere fairy tale or novel of the day. The shrine of the Tamiya Inari stands now to attest the truth of the tradition.

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The Yellow Fairy Book

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The Yellow Fairy Book is written by Albert Lang. The Editor thinks that children will readily forgive him for publishing another Fairy Book. We have had the Blue, the Red, the Green, and here is the Yellow. If children are pleased, and they are so kind as to say that they are pleased, the Editor does not care very much for what other people may say.

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Woodland Tales

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Woodland Tales is written by Ernest Thompson Seton. These Mother Carey Tales were written for children of all ages, who have not outgrown the delight of a fairy tale. It might almost be said that they were written chiefly for myself, for I not only have had the pleasure of telling them to the little ones, and enjoying their quick response, but have also had the greater pleasure of thinking them and setting them down.

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Witching Hill

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Witching Hill is written by E.W. Hornung. Eight distinct stories, through all of which runs the same sinister influence. Uvo Delavoye, descendant, not in direct line, of the infamous Lord Mulcaster, comes to live in one of the suburban villas erected on his ancestor's estate.

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