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The Love Letters of Henry

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The demonstrations of your affection are such, the beautiful mottoes of the letter so cordially expressed, that they oblige me for ever to honour, love, and serve you sincerely, beseeching you to continue in the same firm and constant purpose, assuring you that, on my part, I will surpass it rather than make it reciprocal, if loyalty of heart.

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You Know Me, Al

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You Know Me, Al is written by Ring Lardner. Letters written by Jack Keefe, a professional baseball player, to his friend Al, at home, give a blow-by-blow account of Keefe's tribulations in the big leagues. Originally bought by the Chicago White Sox, he is sold to San Francisco, re-bought by Chicago, and eventually passed on to the New York Giants. Through it all Jack complains, boasts, makes excuses, talks too much, and thinks too little.

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The Upton Letters

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The Upton Letters is written by Arthur Christopher Benson. These letters were returned to me, shortly after the death of the friend to whom they were written, by his widow. It seems that he had been sorting and destroying letters and papers a few days before his wholly unexpected end.

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Treat 'em Rough

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Treat 'em Rough is written by Ring Lardner. A series of letters from Jack, a new recruit stationed at Camp Grant, to his friend Al, with tongue-in-cheek descriptions of life in the service.

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Town Life in Australia

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Town Life in Australia is written by R.E.N. Twopenny. The following work was originally written as a series of letters; but the epistolary form has only been partially retained. As it has necessarily been carried through the press without communication with the writer, who is now in New Zealand, errors may possibly have been committed, for which the editor rather than the writer is responsible; it is hoped, however, that these will not be found numerous.

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Molly Brown's Orchard Home

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Molly Brown's Orchard Home is written by Nell Speed. Molly's romance culminates in Paris--the Paris of art, of music, of light-hearted gaiety--after a glad, sad, mad year for Molly and her friends. If you do not know Molly Brown of Kentucky, you are missing an opportunity to become acquainted with the most enchanting girl in college fiction.

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Love-Letters Between a Nobleman and His Sister

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Love-Letters Between a Nobleman and His Sister is written by Aphra Behn. A three volume roman à clef describing events of the Monmouth Rebellion in the form of an epistolary novel.

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The Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony

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The Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony is written by Ida Husted Harper. A Story of the evolution of the Status of Woman.

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Letters of Travel

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Letters of Travel is written by Rudyard Kipling. East is East and West is West, and the twain meet, in the revealing pages of this book. Mr. Kipling has steered clear of the tourist's highways and has come in close and intimate touch with the life of the people he has visited. The journeys are far flung and comprehensive, covering the United States, Canada, Japan, India, and Egypt.

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Letters of a Woman Homesteader

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Letters of a Woman Homesteader is written by Elinore Pruitt Stewart. The writer of the following letters is a young woman who lost her husband in a railroad accident and went to Denver to seek support for herself and her two-year-old daughter, Jerrine. Turning her hand to the nearest work, she went out by the day as house-cleaner and laundress.

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