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Fantasy

The Princess and the Goblin

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The Princess and the Goblin is a children's fantasy novel by George MacDonald. It was published in 1872 by Strahan & Co. The sequel to this book is The Princess and Curdie.

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Union of Renegades

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The breath of horses and men steamed in the predawn chill of the spring night. The water would be cold, but Dreibrand knew he would soon have the heat of battle to keep him warm.

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Tales of Folk and Fairies

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There was once a lad, and what his real name was nobody remembered, unless it was the mother who bore him; but what every one called him was Ashipattle. They called him that because he sat among the ashes to warm his toes.

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Fairy Tales of the Slav Peasants

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The poor fellow, after this brutal reception, did not know which way to turn. Hungry, scantily clad, shivering with cold, his legs could scarcely carry him along. He had not the heart to go home.

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Prince Zilah

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The number of volumes and essays written by Jules Claretie surpasses imagination, and it is, therefore, almost impossible to give a complete list. As a historian he has selected mostly revolutionary subjects.

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Hot War - Cold War

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Memoir: Hot War - Cold War is written by Meyer Moldeven. Americans were active in the war zones of other nations. The parachute shop, in which I worked, as in most other industrial areas at Patterson Field, and dozens of other bases throughout the United States, was on a round-the-clock seven-day workweek.

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The Pink Fairy Book

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The Pink Fairy Book is written by Andrew Lang. Once upon a time there lived a cat of marvellous beauty, with a skin as soft and shining as silk, and wise green eyes, that could see even in the dark. His name was Gon, and he belonged to a music teacher, who was so fond and proud of him that he would not have parted with him for anything in the world.

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The Pilgrims of Hope

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The Pilgrims of Hope is written by William Morris. In the midst of the bridge there we stopped and we wondered In London at last, and the moon going down, All sullied and red where the mast-wood was sundered By the void of the night-mist, the breath of the town.

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The Orange Fairy Book

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The children who read fairy books, or have fairy books read to them, do not read prefaces, and the parents, aunts, uncles, and cousins, who give fairy books to their daughters, nieces, and cousines, leave prefaces unread. For whom, then, are prefaces written? When an author publishes a book 'out of his own head,' he writes the preface for his own pleasure.

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The Olive Fairy Book

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The Olive Fairy Book is written by Andrew Lang. The success of Perrault was based on the pleasure which the court of Louis XIV. took in fairy tales; we know that they were told among Court ladies, from a letter of Madame de Sévigné. Naturally, Perrault had imitators, such as Madame d'Aulnoy, a wandering lady of more wit than reputation.

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